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Vt«eillIA STATE LrBRARY 
KICMIiattD, VA. 



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ViRGiniA Beach Sun 



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Volume XL, No. 49 



T EteiONE GA 8-3401 VIRGINIA BETCH, VIRGINIA, THUR^AY, CXTOBB^ 7, 1 965 Two Sec tions- 16 Pages 



SINGLE COPY: lOi BY AAAIL $3.50 PER 



BEACH PILOT MAKES 



Seventeen Hundred Club 



111,111th LAMING 



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mm tKe U.S. sixth FLi*r i 

IN TOE MEDITERRANEAN - 
Tuesday, Septen^r 21 was a day 
ef Oite-or ones, as the cms 
rxMy be— for Commander Paul E 
Spencer, who climbed fttHn his 
rtuutwn n jeX titer k«gii% the 
■ lU.UIth arrested landing Bbourd 
the at^KK irfrcnrfl carrier, U^ 
ForreOdi. Thte was Ok K(Kh 
cwrier llBKfing for Cradr. I^ancer, 
Md his mtix aboard the F(HTestii. 
•nw Chkago4xto^coinnttmder of 
Carrier Ak Wing E2ght piloted 
an Fffl ttiantwn jet. the Navy's 
supersonk; all-vea^ interceptor, 
jihich, coinddwrtaMy enough, sport- 
fd tiie msrh&r ni. 

[.*wsfe*^p^ Rj^ Intercept Olfiqer 

4 . linlenaBt Edward E. WeU«r. an 

^^^^ C^iiti»e. &e a^ 

-—-ygg^^ hii andi landli^ In m 

iNB aai h^ amtfi dioaid Fcarea-, 

^""^ taL , , ^ ' 

' llie mle^nae wi» cdebrated tai 

Iradttia^ Fomtia style with a 

drice in tba limfK of a nuni)er 

one wjtb lU,m expressed m eai^ 

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Samplfaig the k\i^^eA i>a*y 
were Rear Adm. Allan F. FUm- 
ing, OjnHnaader, Carrier DIviaon 
Four; C^. ^aaitLi C. CronwM- 
Bn, Quel of Strff, Carrier DivWon 
Four; Capt. Hcward S. Uoan, 
Formtal's Comnafiding O^ka-, 
and CmAr. Frmk S. Haak. Forres- 
tal's Executhre Officer. 

Cmdr. Spacer is no i^^u^er 1 1 
CatTier Mr Wm% EJ^t. He Krved 
both as executiw irfficer and can 
manding officer of the Forrestal's 
F^^iter Sf^piadnm 74 B«Jevilfers 
from 196143. 

IVhile sdiriog at &m Navy Test 
Pihit Sdiooi M Patuxsit River, 
Bid., Qb^. Speneor was invdved 
{N'iiK^[>aMy in carri^ trials af the 
F4S PliMton% mm) m Fetmiary, 
I9g|» he made the Navy'a fir^ 
cankr IttA^ m Urn F0. 

He ffld Ms wife, the f 
Deris A. GM> ^ Norfolk. Vs.; 
are the j^b'^s of a son, idm, Vk 
The fui% lives in VkgtiuaBM*^ 
Va 

U. Wdtr an! his wife Beverly 
are ttw j^mia ot tm ^u^iters. 
aid also live in Vir^i^ Beach. 





LEAGUE ASKS FOR 
MORE STATE AID 



VmOINIA BR^CH - Approxi- 
mately 140 re^esentatives Of Vk- 
ginla counties attended the 3lst 
annual meeting of th^ League of 
Virginia Counties at the Americana 
MotOT Lodge, Sunday, Akmday and 
Tuesday.* 

In the keynote address Monday, 
Woodrow W. Dumas, president of 
the N^ional Aasociatkai of Coia- 
ties, ^W citirens expect more of 
local govemm^ tods^ than ever 
b^re. ■ -* *'*-^' " ■"** ' 

There is demnd kr b^ter 
roads, street lights, water, poHce 
and fir e pro tection wd schools, he 
said. — — — ' -'- : 

In the Hct vt 9bS, Mr^MSBd 
k)cal Udws are spiralii^ i4>- 

"Weyif% got to do somsfting 
ab(^t it. We have to stand up to 
our responsS»lities." He ci^kd fer 
a search {«: sdutions, 






flb iSHHF^ ^^"Mr «a be 
hdd at the Vir^nia Beach Gvtc 
Cento. 

Hit 3rd Siaitorial IXstriet is 
efaofBueA of Vh^Ma Baadi. Ghes- 
a^^, wd PortnM^h." 



4teak> AdnM Alaii F. FienlBg, Ce mw a n d iy, Carrier OM*b Vun. 

•eeepis Ol fint iHee' «f cake Utm Cmammitt Pad E. Spcwxr 
eelebratiag the lll.lUdi landtac A»m4 Farwirtal, L imteBWd Bl- 
wari E. Wder (second frsm left), <he RadMr Merctpl Ottfenr en 
^ n^it, standi ready to cut a slice for Captahi Hoinvd S. Maore, 

-FofTeatidV cwnmaiMlhig afHoo-. \ 

SURFERS INJURED 



VIRGINIA raiACH - Two teen- 
age Baden vrare injtired last wedK 
when diey fell off their boards 



GROUP FAILS 
IN EFFORT 

VKGINIA BEACH - A gmxp 
of'residents of the Kennet Grove 
area of Prim^ss Anne Plaza f aUed 
last wedc In. their effort to (ri)tain 
a court injiBK^ion to stop con- 
struction of 338 apartnwnt units 
.Bear tlttir hom^. 

Judge Robert S. Wah^ Jr. de- 
nied die injuQCtkn on the groimds 
tt»t die petitioners faitod to e»- 
tafclisfa a miffictoA ^sal comec- 
tion bdiweeo Lasnasn Reatty Corp. 
the firm wWcfa sold them dieir 
homes, md Witehduck.lfemor De- 
velopment Coip., flie firm which 
plans io bdld' the iqwitmsits. 

The petifioBers ewitended fiiat 
aiey lad been told when they 
bwqgbt tl^ faaoMB that tiw area 
proposed Jorite qiartaMits would 
be utilhed for sln^unit reddenc- 
» (^ a recreatioD area. Iliey said 
that cooatnietiao of the ^wtmcfts 
wouU ceeitftute '^ia7«ti^>tK)n d 
6«jd-" 



while suiting near the sted pier. 
Gai7 Seaver, 16, olf the 4000 
block of Bromfleld Ave., Lake 
Snuth Terrace, was injured la^ 
Wednesday «1mi he was htt by his 
board. SeaVer wm treated fM- frac- 
tured ribs, a riqitured qpleen, and 
internal injm^ at Portsmoi^ 
Naval Hospitai. An emergency op- 
eration was pcn-f<»ined to stop the 
bleetfing. He was listed in good 
camfition MoMby. 

Bill BleQ^lD. ». of the 30r 
Midi of 46 sirert, Wtt'a];^>areflth' 
hit by \m bt^ord when he f dl olf 
H Tlwrsday neo- tbe pier. 

Rdiert My«rs witnessed the ac* 
cident and dove Uxc lakn when }» 
saw McQiddn fft under. Myers 
said he grabbed the boy, Iwt he 
slipped away bom him. He dove 
down several in«e times b^or^ 
he kKated McQuiOdn and started 
bringii^ Irim aduve. Moiidi4o- 
mouth reRMcttatiflo was adndo- 
istewd Ity Myers while he yta^ 
bringing the marly-drovned siarf* 
er to fte beadi. 

T«ro otter surfers aiF|the m^, 
Wayne Morgan and Jfaifiny Malwr 
helped Mng the two to ^mt. 

McQuiSdn urns takes to ^^Inia 
Beadi GtHieral Hwpital and w^ 
rdea^d Mnday. 

BoOt aoddetfia were Uaned u 
tlM crowded ooB^iMiB fli the area 



Q. C. Difvis m, dtakmm of 
tte Qiesiqp^e D^noc^ttk: Oim- 
am», who tm bnn desi^u^, 
chairman of the saaatwial district, 
said AotA 1.000 tkiets are eq;>ect- 
ed to be sold for die dinaor. 

Hie ^le^ of Ikummt will be Dem- 
ocn^c i^iiematmial tkdwt mam- 
bers-4^. Gov. Mills Godwhi for 
gwwnor, Dd. Fred Pdlaid of 
RiehmcHid f^r Ueu^nt Govenoor 
aad Robert Y. Button, who to seek- 
ing re-election m attorney g«^al. 

The DemootNic oofl^necs tat 
the 3rd Difltriet are Sen. IVUiiam 
B. SptH^, Jr.< of FM-temout^ Dd. 
William H. Hodges of Ctesapsake 
and Del. wmmn P. KAam of 
Viifinia BeadL 



Homeowner 
Charged 

VQtGINU BEACn - A home- 
own^ who was buildii^ an addi- 
ti«i to his house has bea amalsd 
t<xt stealing iMiiUing mi^sri^S 
torn homes under consUnctoi hi 
the same nei^iwrhood, police slid. 

Po^e have diarged Cari N. 
Moore, 94 ,a typevraiter ssrvkse* 
man who lives in tte $mUoA 
of Birnt MiU.Road hi 4m M*^ 
Gnwe secttoo of Prlaeea Aipe 
IHaza, widi gmid tarcony of l|i^ 
ing materids valiisd at IBS. lie- 
cording to Detecthw U. W. W. 
Pavis. 

Dfnris. said the stolen mat e ri d s 
indnded hmhv, plywood md as- 
bestos skiing. iIm cantrac^MY, 
a«k-WWtohi]l Qsrp., wars able to 
^aitify the matolals, wtteh can 
be puitjiased v^lesde onfy, be- 
cause d the maridi^ he s^ 

Dfvto said 1^ thdt of Mklng 
naateriab froitt construct dtM 
is an ev»'-i»^ttefaig problem. Re 
sdd the Claik-WhitdiUl Coip. 
doM hs0 lost an estimated 12,600 
w<»tiirof buik!ii% matefids hi the 

A int^ i &ua ry hearteg tor Mowe 
h« beat sehedded for 0(4 tt hi 
Goort. 



yuiiUH 
iiKtr» ^IMoi tenafs to tins 
hknes and a fOling station «t 
^adtyidge. 

tki tm boys, ages 15 and U. 
were pidwd i^r by pdice after 
ous wreckad ti» fathnr's ear nMff 
dit' iBiersBdioii of BoHaad Ro«d 
aod Lsodstowfi Road. poUce saU. 

QetoeUvs Ui h. Wtrh sdd ttiree 
homes M SanAridli wsN brahM 
into and ^ i^vicn tdm up. i«e 
si^ raM^r«tor cmtsMts sad 
didves were ^pped o^ bottatwoi 
fixtares brokm, ketdhup throws 
sSi awf rooms, windows brokim 
and walk dropped with a hs^dtet 

Early sakl food goods and H- 
qu«i «^re itoloi fnrni two of the 
houses. 

"Ae damaged homes ^tien 



Youth Killed 

In ilcciileiit 

vmaamk beach - a vt-ym- 

«U Vl^^ BoMfa ni(b Sehod 
seidor died Mflodoy sAsmooii aftor 
his fore^pHnade ms^ed^ Ut a 
btttlade go Lodda Boad nefsr 
dudlodRoad. 

Aleo f . Jdinsoo of the m 
hhicl of lEIrat Coiodd itoad was 
prooouDosd dead on airivd H 
N(tfoft Goierd Hospital at &:« 
pjn. I 

Fatrdman J. D. Jers^ saM 
Jdmson was traveling west on 
LMkin Road about 4 'JO p.m. when 
be htt a barricade 300 feet west 
d Cardind Road. The barrica^ 
was to wani nxitorists that die 
lasi^ lane was bdng paved. 

Kersey oaki the boy apparent 
k>d coirtrd d his motorbike and 
it overtunied. Johnson died d 
head injtuies. Ks wta the l«h 
h-affic fatality in Virginia Beadi 

K«rsey'sakl the boy may have 
been Uinded by ^ sun, which 
was Bw in the west Jdisson was 
oo. Ua way home frnn sdiod 
«^ tte aecMeot occ^rsd. 

JdHoOn was Uie son d Tk^ 
Comat awl lbs. Mwgard Mld^ 
Mid .Mam 

Bsddlf Ato p^eds fat is suiw 
vh^ed by a.dst^, 1^ Mi^ya 
J. Qmk &M bra bralhin. G^ 
iBd Wk^ fA^Vt^^hda Beach; 
aod his matond pranfanother, 
lir&^fi^ a lAel^nd of Lewis- 
ton, Udii. 

The bo^ was tden to A. D. 
m^tf rpd'd Apttineiits, Lat- 

^9m^ 



owned by % M. 1^, Dr. Frspk 
tt^n^y aiMI JMttllA Cowan Jr. 

!^^ s«M^I^Hf 1^ vm^ 
* to 
_ lirp^TNsiattniil 
»enai» sOliwi / 

Hs sdd §m puinpi were beaten 
vfiA a hsfbdMt and brdtei; the 
g'ass dmpp^ out of a door aqd 
the hMidie nearly ripp«l off; a 
soft drtidc macbne pushed oy«- 
nd a tde|4»ne bsoth completdy 
ijetiroyeci. 




Booch Wofliaii 
Attacked 

CHESAPEAKE — Detective in 
Chesapeake are tavestigatir^ the 
rape. and rdibery d a young Vlr- 
ghiia B^ch wonum Saturday 
dght. 

Po^ sdd die 2lfear-old vic- 
tim, who sdd she had beoi vnxck- 
ing in Soi^ Notfolk Borou^i fw 
a shMt thne, tdd investigating 
officxffs f^. R. C. Brazid and 
Dot. C. C. I^ukq* diat die be- 
came iod Saturday nit^t and 
WM attadted by tlvee Negro 
mm. 

Brasid and Parker said die 
wonm toU them die had turned 
down a dMd-eod sbreet and the 
three men pulted her fnun her 
car, (fragged her to a field and 
raped her. 

Pdice said the incident occurred 
in an ctpea field in the Liberty 
Stred Redevdopment Project 
near the Second Police Precinct. 

The vkUm told oolic^ she had 
driven into the dend-end street 
^nd do|^ to ask a man direc- 
tk»s. 

Bradd sdd die vroman has beon 
iTii^ in Virginia Beic*i about six 
mondis and workint; in South 
Norfdk Boroui^i only ,i few weeks. 
. 9ie tdd polke sh; was atttimpt. 
kig to feadi Indian River R(a4 
H.ies she became lost. 



The preside d the Leag^ d 
Counties said Monday he expected 
the league to tdce a s^awi in favfv 
d statewide Mies tax dtuii^ Ibr 
mpeting here. ^ 

J^ cmhtiei. e^Npt^ 

hs wm. "I mi 

mm t »itm tax Is^ asud tad I 

b^ve As rest of the members 
of the Lei^ fed diat way.^' 

Uagus Emmttvn Director 
George R. Long, in Ms anniid 
report, sdd. 'TlMPe s^^ean to be 
an escalated intetsst in human 
problems a^ tai a piUingaeas to 
try iamwadoa and exparlmedation 
hsntofor untried in Vfargida cotm- 
im. As ccmpned wHh a decade 
ago, pditiral responsibility is bdng 
discharged nxMre accouitably and 
dutifdly in Vii^inia counties." 

Long urged toe le^ue to edab- 
Hah d this meeting "tong rffige 
cbjedivra which look to im{H<09lng 
county goyemmenit ahd tts image; 
to ddenhine where coui^es m^t 
to be and wmit to be 10, 20 or 30 
years fran now." 

The league vded Tuesday to atk 
the Generd AssemN^ for a 0%d 
hicrease in st^ aiirto education, 
specially for hard^ressed oiuiAy 
schods. "Hk stand refH-^eoted a 
daft fnan the ronedty pnqioeed 
in years pasi-a state sdes tw— 
to an em{^ia^ on the finandd 
need, no mdter whore tte nKMiey 
comes fhxn. 

A rea}A|ti(m oassed Tuesday said 
that the coiHiCes d Virginia edu- 
cate apjawdmately TO per cent of 
the stote's children and that they 
are hard-pressed to provde the 



k)cd ^Wl§f%hod costs. 

The league re<tuested a realistic 
minimum teacher-salary schedule, 
paid entirely by the state, and 
reconranendsd boosting die mini- 
mum to $4,S00 and the top to |?,90|. 
The proposed tacrease wwuld be 
$^ at die lower end of the scal^ 
a.id $1,860 at the upper end. 

The league dso rec(»imiended a 
lowerii^ d the pupil-teachar ratio 
to 25 pupils to one teacher in 
ekmentafy schods and n pap^ 
to one in ttw M^ schools, and 
the appropriation of up to |8l 
million frttn Out state bodoet mit- 
plus to be used for state ftid^ 
tions d tifarfia^ k's m Mi B- 

Andhor resdutkn aakpd4hat« Ae 
state pay the ehtiiv co^ d bai-ic 
teacher salaries, urged Oak tim 
taxing ai^hority of all locd govern- 
%ldit be broadened, aid i^ it 
felt the Virginia taxpayers wmiM 
be wiMbig to acc^t a saks laa 
if necessary. , I 



: bonoea p* 




the% rSBoluiiens Wort 'pawaf 
'^lAs 440 merobsrs, rej^i 

JiBfht 1^^^ toward 
for dia CMrtiss in tfidr 0&iiSa| 
pn^leitM caaie from C. F. ffldcS, 
l^istetlve consuitaot to die league. 
H* sdd: 
"The mod vXd queatka facing 




TRAFBG 
INCREASES 



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dus league to Ae pa^ s yi 
is thd d ade(]pjate wpp(»t ^%» 
dde for educatio% 1^ Jvatjfi, 
I9m there will be t IMXHnillaB 
sdr^w in die Jtate treatstgqr. 
Dot^ this tbne the boOded |»> 
d^itedmss of counttes 
d %^la wA inotflse 
im millkn. We are 
be'ln iris '6«ether. tips Matt "ii 
the tether and tile csmNies, aid 
die dttes as diUdrsn. Bui Ae 

Ife add ^t imder die IMS ¥^ 
giiaJllMtttaten die dale 

fral adtasb t&rou#iaut dis 
and did die ftinction d dK I 

^^ |ved up |#i 

eipi^^km in^ ^id die 
are n^ md« dian 
te die red. 
' **\nr^nia Is at tfie 

a^^pM^ipKnlniCn the sa||,' 

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raapporfloB 
^Uddet. siibjsd^ to a raffl 
Ittv wooM nodtfy lbs 
oae cDiKnci, oaa- i a pi s a eiiiaiiv B 
1^ p^mlt other possl^e 
ea^Ms d ]a«» peitdnixm kD* N|>' 
iaMiimtlon oa die county tovd. 

OHNi rMoMkms recomAulMi 
thd dM state txpabd its MMttL 
hcaHU dkde ^vgram sn^H^, 
te Geiond AmuM^ tLffr 
adequate funds tor the Stats . 
Departmo^ A carefully 
resohdUn from tlM Wtifar* 
mittss. endorsed aO dlo^ ^ 
U.S. Dspdrtmeat d 
&fitm ,md W<^ara to 
achri^ m birth codxd and 

MWittn B. ^«ck. fdmar 
thw <Urector d the 
presented ttie Jcflaicon Oii|i 
for "a lifetime of dwdNJI] 
isainovisnent d coudy j 
in Vk-gsila." He rseanQf 
because d ilbiass. 

OSficers indaUed T^Mday 
l^uart B. Cvier d 
piesklent; Sam C. Gddar of Od- 
linaville. fint vi^ pre. 
gar N. Gamed of 
second vk^e prea^nt; B. 
Dtoxn d Ak^toondi rscndNM sec- 



CKPE CHARLES - Vir^nia's 
CSisd^edEe Bay Brki^e-Tunnel to- 
day r^xjfted a Sm^dxY tr^k 
increaai of lit pdoent w& Sqp- 
tenber, ISli !N1 rwside wm 
up 9.3 percent. 

Bodi figures sd new rscmrds 
for mofittly percentage d increase 
(m dw 17-RK»ittamld facilitv. J. 
(%de Morrte, Executive Directw, 
reported, 

Tctd pdd vehteiss midiered 
113,513, compared witi 82,138 In 
September d last year Revenue 
amciinted to 9667,242 compared 
w th 1801.080. 

The 17.6<nils faddge4unne1 set 
record tax totd traffic and reve- 
nue In July and tolled them in 

Augud. but die percentage d «u^j_ . . .a^ . 

Increase In dioae months did ad| rday mm Cbaiiss AMtii^ d 
matdi die gain in September. I Fm* Unkm. treastfar. - .■'^; 




TV Treats 



BLOODMOBILE 
AT HOSPITAL 

VIRGINU BEACH - The Red 
Cr^ j^wdmobile wID be at the 
new Generd Ho^ittd d Vu-gfaila 
Baw^ OD Fl^la^ to recdve do- 
natkiis of btood In die emergency 
room fnan noon to 8 p.m. 

It is h(^>ed thte m«« central 
k>catu»i wUl ^courage more citi- 
seas to tadfce the oiqwrtodty d 
donattag didr blood to ttie Red 
Qreai Btoodoadiile. 




Mrs. Ada Wdtea (ri^) 

by die ddidm d W. T/ Cooke 

i» the sehsd. Ihe sde iHD 



sdMd Is 



AI MHfdl aad Caady fiaM^ Inali 
talM fkaih for the poehass si 



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Irginii Bead) SUN, Thursday, Odob«^ 7, 1965 JUMFiltfl SET 



NIXON eLECTRIC 

«M . 1I« H«;M. teMli, Va. Hmiif 0AM711 

a.^WM^iN>us an:; ny^mn 

LAI^i tMl Vism, APPLIANCE REPAIRS 
^LIWNER SM.ES AND.pRVCe 



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^ipn#lHMr AoirtBg on QdMicr 
9 from 10 ajn. to 4 p.m. ia IQogi 
GrMi il ttM bora* of Mn. Jhbm 
Stom, MUtattfpilt Lwe. 

Mrs. Walter H. Harp«r S» cteb^ 
aaH Oppliltw iMDiben wt 
lln. Kftttan Jdms. Mrs. CUfloa 
Stokp. M^ StaM aadllrs. I|«r- 
old Young. PraridMt of fte Ckva- 
ter Judors Ji Mrs. C^I B. Dowc 

efdirt wiB be Ukm f tMi 
time ^th a oofrloiirltk it^ p^ 
meitf pn the putxdMiae pri(» li^ 
od. Pick-iQ) date will l|e De^^ober 
4 at fee 8«ne adAiis. 



BACK TO SCHOOL 



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work p«rfomi«d by ttudenft 



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OMAPUrE MtNISE 

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#ICLETS $19.95 



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• POiiniMNTtlli^UW^NOTOHIOHSCHOmYO^ 

Mt idmMPW' tlNO« n« D. E. PEOOIM^ ^^ 

im. TODAY FOR INPOI(MATK)N 

OOANA WyiWP AOO^EMY 4ANAT HAUTY ACADEMf 

1^7 V^Mk McN IM. 1274 N. AMiitary Highway 

nM^43M34l4 P^^i-^1 

^ OPEN NIGHTS TILL 10 PJA. 



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VIRGmiA BEACH - IIm l|pe> 
«D's (%i> or Stn- of the a«a f!KU> 
Ipoiefaed ib« aeMso wtt a UgU^ 
luocaaaAd n«ai^ i« |mIm|Jh>. 
■"eatuned ^Mitel «ai lit. A 
Crarriacm, Utfwln, ivho bm^ 
smpi* keoht to Amt tt« prfty 
and scope of a medo'Miay db- 
mottary scbooi ]fl»«y. 

Open iyoto pai hlN on OdiNr 
4. 

f%e Mxt raip^ raipttif wffl 
b« O^obw 9 wteo 'VMS" «U| 
be te main teq^. Hate may be 
trM on, and |or teat iHw n^ 
to ixafvhMe ane, te pritii M« 
raodeat 

>Afl women of tbe parWi «« bi- 
\med. Refredmwnts wUl be served. 

llM noeeting win be held k iM 
Recreatkm Center on Utti atreet 
with a service at 7:10 pjn. tai ^ 
Chureh. riraraadinii if -^ 



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to s^ 
Pay 
9^ montbhr l>Wf9Mot 



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P^ laglnwy r bidasee e( ^.01 
at 6 payoi^ pf |g.W. 




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oivncait. etc. Balance q( I37.SQ, 
^Snh pti piQFrattto tt 16.50 and 

IIFXFB 519 ALL 
M^eS MODELS 

liCCAR 

SEWINO CINTEIt 
lllllterflwr A^f. 

mOHIWMW 



GOP WUME 

Told To tlghi 

NORFOLK - The duo^ 
inncb «f pelttics bkw in a S|^tog 
aepbyr in tbe persm a| Mrs. Mvy 
ilnoM ,the SMtotant |taMnnaD of 
(be I^tional RipabltoM GtonaMee 
as abe met wttb tee iOP woam 
from Oiiteeto i Ml i toit mik 
at the Lake ^i^ Motol for cpf- 
fee. 

"With the great i^ttttx ef tbi 
population and the iM tai WUgl 
aiMations." Mrs. irookijid^ 
■pre thM) fifty bidtoi at| i irth|fc 
"ymi have tba be^ d^iot ^m» 
ibe rec(HurtrucU<»i d^ to elect a 
Repu^aa govonw." 

Ae «wt ^ to renAad them tiiat 
thdr precinct wi»t is miit^toqxfft- 
am. La(MM like to t^ she nid, 
md preciiurt work offers tnHmited 
appoTtaaitj to me^ new nd to- 
t««ijted pe(^ who wlQ be renp- 
tive to hearing about toe RqniiU- 

can can^d^tfs. 

.» _ ^ _ 

And ^ fliistrated wlQi M- oiwn 

&me^ triumph to hm kotm 

stiUe oTldate wMch Ae beeves 

was wtm by penDoal cantof^ idtfa 

tbe voters and aiUag fer ibeir syp- 



mvsrm^M'Sim^ 



By ALICE. BREWER WHITE 



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1 



BPw MEBTs mm 

ber aaeeti^ ef >ha Plltm Mm 
ItiMhiBto 114 rmlmtiul 1N» 
an's Oub ol Vb#^»M> «l> 
kt hiid llpat^y aMn^ii it 7:ii 
pjB. at fba tey mm GUb 

. ^^^Ff ^^HP ^-^^T" 

prakfag. 
1!he opoffTMa bM ban rii'fffif^ 
tap BMotoersh^ T ^«H * ^yt , ttlaii 
jtoider, who wUl tatfodtto* mm 

qpeakier vU U Lena Cbiby of 
N«iq»rt News who is ce-dlrecliir 
natrid s of BPW. Slw is also the 
toamedtote past praddei^ cf 4ba 
Vta-ginia Penlqaoto Oubk ikr 
8^ w&i beoa Mk 

Pnuia^ Hdn OkkiM baa ai- 
Bounced that !tatiaoal ffi>W Week 
win be observed 0^. 1741 and 
wgaa all Uxal (M> membirt'to 
worshq;) togetoar at the U:00 ajm. 
service CXA. 17 at Galilee Episco- 
pal Cborch. 



Now ki ttf ttne lAen Low^ 
Udiaa ba|la b ariirt tti^ ^er- 
^ ^)ima hf the ^Isyi ^ad. 
Prwn ato o'^odi on, ttw entefl 
or diniMS imm ia parvnwtt. A 
rtar is the famous "Uttb Mack 
dnaa" a h|t laiAato Mi VMid* el 
riMSr wool, sk crepe or tfk cMf- 
fon. wito its fashioD^htaMB nMk- 
ed to ttt cot or Mp. Later i^i^ 
ew^ig. to-igl4 c<^M and Aim- 
ri« pi«raU. Pbotogp^hl^, i^ 
d^ we pmiBt Lria WDkem, riMWp 
a#taU bock and Ge«hp's atoin^fig 
hng foimal. By the way, wh«i 
you're tiyb^ on a fonnal, )a^ 
evening cfarew (Mr ball ^xwn to- tel 
^edal occaaiMi, be sure you ^n 
mme about in it with eue nd that 
you cu raise your arms eoEdx- 
mtky, gtep gfai^illy aiid eail^ 
tstUhly batiwrds ^aad km'ati. 
It is ako wise to tain a kmnnit, 
^^>tea ev^ting bra dong with 
ymi wbwi ynu'ie shopfUQg Jbeoll 
K you tove to d^ce md are not 
kMWB for 4aO0Mrering it then 
laawe atfriaa. Waiu anJ aiarves 
to toe (Atck Toam, or at home, bet- 
tar 1^. A^ above aH, itoce 
mw oiinrt baibei toit for hours 
Sl»«^ iu»9 P««ba«>-be 
Wit to idaot a (abrtc tor your 
pen toat woo't wMt down bef(»e 
yotf ^1 



PAHBON WOBfi 

Ma^crftenaw suitohsM their 
own UouaM v shelb (or ^ shirto 
to a MndNl c(dor) aid poart 
womn are b^iqg suite tola FaQ. 
Leto of pn^ flnnd, bveeds and 
cattiri'a b^ on the nawket. Y«. 
iwtoed, su^we back! . . Optical 
MyiiMi^cfajitioM. tbe Op Art fad 
to cabMn ^' ^- ^ ^^ ^^ 
^nw aai^ terrifio eoovawtioo 
fktoie tor parties md the (^cktafl 
Jm^s. Qrisr poUab and your own 
itBfMfl**|lF win do tt. FHh- ex- 
nd^e: ab^^ nails, usii^ a basic 
4aak to aottd eotor such as pato 
pidE or orttid and pirt diagonal 
itripee ov«' this in dark navy or 
««oiiy ff^ea! For real san^ee 
try yeiow ntfa with bits of or^ge 
d^ tf you've diosen shades of 
ye^ow or wange tones to your om- 
tume. tAs we aaid, it's sure zan^ 
Int sudi fta!) . . . Si^ ieea re- 





ANTiai^ATI 

AN INCREASED 

DIVIDEND 



at the rate of 




per annum. 
to savers of record^ 
Gmtnber31, 1965 





mtmiM^ AMD loiut Mweoii|kTioN op nompoiji 

NORPOUC i^iriifndButoStraeto 
NMRUK ieiB«HtUtUe&9ri(ltoad 
ilifllllipil I^HigiSttoit 

miHHI WM 38a wgm t o wn l ott i MM i 






ipittr m I tondon burtoaqtMs 
Ikaate-: "HM-e tbe BdUes Peel"! 
. . P^ulM Fall-Inio-Wtoter riuidee 
nedtton or ^M grey heather, 
wbei^, crattoerry-4unpidse, (toep 
nooaa, jpde. roysd Uue, checttete 
«d ^m^ . . . VogM aays: "Wave 
toe iririto bag far wteter a^jaioA 
btodE. na^, bit|^ l»o«m twe«l 
Qt a black Per^a tomb r^w!" 
. . . Oae of the meek pi^iriar and 
niMt flatteii^ todcs ^ the carn- 
al aeaaoa'a ^|^ lartin is tbe 
Om ^otfder Lodt! R has ti» U», 
lil^ftf w iOT*^ ita^ thM move 
bafOM^ on Oie ho^ and hap- 
pBfmam a Uttle 1^ ttooi^b sh 
seans. In (tork crepe with a pieoti- 
ful deq> V-Bsdt ud a to«e ^- 
tei7 ccatmat ^ iA» Img «toag^y 
earrii^ aod yw're off to tl» con- 
petition for ttut glamorous, de- 
gantly aihirii^ Grand Eotrao(»! 
. . . For the w(Mnan whose own ore- 
Imim are sparse or pate to c(Mr. 
bow a^bout a pair of Mdeaa Ridito- 
atoto's natural hair eyelashes? 
Handmade ia Spain, th^ are {»«- 
trinwDed and pre-tapered. Ilwy 
are fvailafaie wito Ipeaal Ad- 
hesivl whkA aSbetmi%em firmly 
to the tone of a wwnan's own 
lashes and are contained to a con- 
toured osnpact for ^riog! 

HANDBAG ARIISTRY 

Fashiuu to handbags du^ee 
periodtoi^y, but mA nearly so oftm 
as tosfalon to dothes. However, the 
»egunt nan(i)ag ot bfty years ago 
aiMl its modem counterparts is oj 
eidiibition throu^ this Saturday at 
Tile Famous as a feature of com^ 
niemoration of the fittkto aimiver- 
3^7 of the ^ore. Tbe historical 
luuKtoags refH-esait a eollectioa of 
handbags tfarot^jhout history. Col- 
lects by designer IfiUe Walborg 
on her many travds arouiid tbe 
woiid. You ^loukl really see them! 
Zetaiii Rivto, coowner of Tbe 
Fbqmus, is most eirthisia^. Like 
cfflTyta^ a bouquet to the hand are 
toe "fresh flowers" han^^ in 
the'du^ of vtolets, na a r fflwl tee, 
daisies and tulips, toterapetod in 
ool(^ful beadi% mimStmloBL 



yigHMNABIXS 

Wdit to atoi^ becon^ to 
faknda mmWmtmKOm and 
• hacopitag a«et to her btonde 
tseaaea. Howewer, yen m*3 have 
aMioed bow nunt ^ knsla. to 
kkA, toi, aaped^ as Ae, de- 
ferred to h^ «m "Miss High 
Sdiool" daM^te-. Mary Jo Kaitom» 
whffl ^ to^laeal crewn was plac- 
ed <m her Uig4nired btonde hM 
at Asbunr^Pwh, N. J. and the 
plMtc^raptors w«e popping ^A 
bufcf lik^ mad! ,to KeOwn, ^ our 
nwL hi^ kaen wd y^ fashiaps^le 
lmbum4a^ tor ai^ hwr of tl» 
day or eveiriqg:! . . . Love that bi^ 
hBir<to siuotly wwn by alfabto 
Mrs. Car^ I^uto^toi at the 
black-tie openlhg of "Stop The 
WwW-I Want To Get Off" at the 
Ccmrtyard Playhwiae. Am Pea- 
ni^ton is <»ie of the' most dedicM- 
ed (xamwtiiy W^J^tiU wu^ers at 
tfae^&adu e^K^ toe^l ' 
Bach ptoy»« groins. M^ bon- 
net's off to her, b^ taloit iad ex* 
pest know-how! 

FAftOON JEtHfHUmTE 

Do wear a corsage blossom "ixp", 
nature's beauty ctmpliments your 
con^ilexion toft the siitoy rd[>bons 
and twiili of cheap maline detract 
frwt) your natural a^ete. And, be- 
sides, if you weie a blfasom, Imiw 
would you like to haog 1)y your 
feet fbr bmirs on end? . . . W^u: 
btossoma as they groW'-"t4>!" . . 
If you are a "shatie" and wtuider 
siiOiA Wearing a ^le stop won- 
daring and begto wearing them! 
Tbey are just as chic worn with 
a very casual outfit as wito ycnn' 
formd eveniDg dress. Tht v^- 
cal eifect is wonderful for your 
figure and let one side bang down 
a 4wee bit k»iger toiu) the oto^. 
P. S. Be careful about Uk^ mink 
stoles that &re, somet^oes, chit- 
ted for tbe ^uutor woman aboiA 
her shouWers and neckline. Better 
let the stote fail back a trit from 
your shoulders 4f Ihia is toe case. 
COMD^! 

Your AHshec win trot about the 
Beadi (astotm glaops and fun spoto 
tomorrow to tell you mtt week 
^ abovi them and w1k> bdta^ to 
the f^i^MidUe spot! 



some 

u^iiteg called "|b[| ysui% smk^ 
&sf' for Ifep ycHOig miurfcet-^ 
tog ip«te— of tod#y! 

WALI^MG A LA ANNE! 

Mmm f^iftty. one <rf the great- 
9tijlt^0m* iu* Yeuig America, 
Ttmfy eapreised to V^i^ ecKt- 
vtts ton* klaa of Ml ^mm. It bears 
rapegttog toi* \trei%^ wtaei ^e:re 
Irytol to p^ you w aboirt those 
m|r m km^ ms e^^ ball 
ioiraa. To 911916 Aim*: "I was 
thinliing of ^ m^ ball gfxma 
of old Vlatiia, (m tte sswObwed 
loek of prtocBaaea to fairy tides. I 
wai^ to trtoistote &ma ioto cm- 
tanqmrary dance drote — all Une 
^ no (HDamailMbat woidd Ruyke 
the weiffer took Kid tod, not Wu 
a woman dressed t^) as a princess, 
but Itt« a bom pHnoeas, dressed 
dofwn to go waltaritag incognito." 
Aaae i^egw^ to moat popular to 
tbe^ndew^ar area. Look for her 
fashioBs to ^ Beach Fadiioa 
Slops. 





VA. KACH / MAG(MU / BAYSIDI 





A milt erfiklal «Mi aev toek^ 
tag aftos4ve towk to this one 
dMgtMl by Lois Sstevei tor Us 
Fan IM "Trip 1^ ike llbaD'' 
coUeetkM. nw satf»bMdBBd pai^ 
ds float bee fnm a U|^ pdnt 
OB the bodice fttb a carve^eut 
necfcltoe. Notice the qifcp bead, 
dreas, toac da^ eMrto^ oo- 
the^besen pfa aad Oe oiQne 
eveotag sQipeh of beaded sal' 
to with ptostk; baefcs! nvst E»- 
tevex to be daatog and his auaqr 
sodaUto foBowers oi wears r a 
of his faahtons tove eveiy atttek 
he whips op! 

OCEAN PARK WC 

BAYSEDE — Ocean Park Wero- 
ans dub will cdebrato'its 21st 
birthday a^ the re^ar meeiii^ to 
b« bdd ^ the Admiral Motel 
on (Mxkec 13 at 12:30 p.nL 

Guest spraker win be Trmk W. 
Cox, si9)ffito|uident of schools. 

Res^ratuns may be nji^e l^ 
calling Mrs. Bdiby Henry ai 464- 
1551. 



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R. L GARRINGER 

GROUP STORES 
SWEET OR BUTTERMILK 

2DEI.IOIOU8 
BISCUITS 




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WflUi jmmr ikmt are BeaUrikir L to R, hMk. lUy B«t|i, Lois Moenam Rirt^ Roth. Eve CUo, Loo 
Odo; L to K, PraBt, Mr. aid Xtav. CIwIm Lewis umI Bob Meeaaa ~ Boataik Party Bow Creek. 



Gmm Uok, Dee Dee Jeseap, Robert Jesvp. Kay Mffler, Stan Mflkr, Dob Zara. Harry SdaMttelhotte. 
Lette Ja»e Crtyiiii, Gayk Tlioiiutt. R«*ert Glyiia, Wok Cah^^ GooiH and <*«le8 GoediB. 

Bei^dk Pvty Bow Crt^u 



How Do You Test A Roto? 



ap ■• K* 
Urn mOk Aaml 

ot Virginia, to be givM at the 
Ci^ Cdmy Ch* & Virginia 
Beach. October fKh and Ttfa, sfXMi- 
sored by the Virginia Beach Gar- 
den dub. We decided to get to 
touch with Mrs. Thomai R. Nel- 
son. Hose TmA Oiairman of the 
Garden Oub ^ Vlitfnla. to grt 
the information. 

"R(^ teelh^ is exactly «4iat 
the name inqdies," she iaid. 
"Each rose that k pat, taito con- 
m^cial productto to tarted and 
rotaited before it evrt" r«tthe« (he 
iwblic. The Garden CUb of Vir- 
ginia aiui its mendie- chibs wirk 
wiU> Conard-F^le, <rf Went Grove. 
Pa., the growers of 'Star' n^es. 
Each one d mr clubs has a test 
Chairman, who agrees to grow a 
QTOOjp of r(^, URtally six for 
Uie year's festtag — thom ar e 




RKMt comfN^elieBstve and Marnk- 
k% reply from Mr. S. B. Hi^m, 
St.. duiinnao of the Boird. Itien 
are mrnrn of hb &Mmm^. 

"Testily Mw raae vatietlM. IHe 
complete testing and sekctioii of 
a new var^ty ^ row and the de- 
(teim to produce It fw c«nm»- 
cial s^ ts a i(nS proems rec^r- 
b« pati«ice, exp«rk»ce w^ good 
Judpnent. llie Urae, that elapies 
frtNn when the hytN^dfato- makes 
his cross between two roaes to pro- 
duce seed to urow iww varieties 
until a resuMng oui be placed 
on the mark^ is at leaM 7 or 8 
years and may often be W ymn,^ 
Some hyiHTidiza^ wiU eadi yo^ 
grow 30,000 or more new rosea 
from seed as a result of hybrid!*- 
ing with the hope of finally select- 
ing perhaps five or six out of these 
seedlings Uiat will be new varteUes 
buitable to put on the market. Each 
of these |Jants grown frwn seed 
is differeirt from all the othw 




furnii^ed us by Coiard-Pyle. at a 
very nominal cost. Each gardener 
has the same roses, each one fills 
in a form, and smids it back to 
Conard-Pyle. Tlie repwl cova-s all 
sorts of things — tlte strtagth of 
the bu^, ^ form d tibe rose, the 
color of tte rose, Ss app<»l to 
the tester — thrae are only a few. 

"Fmn aO tiwae reports, and 
from many others across the coun- 
try (which I don't doubt Uiat they 
run through a computer), the 
ptnvers decide m how ada{^able 
tte ro« may be fwr actual pro- 
duction — whett^- it has a diaice 
of becwnii^ a cwnmercial suc- 
cess. The firm exhIUts ttw best 
d the tested rases at the annual 
fhov/ d the Am«4can Rose So- 
ciety, together with its own re- 
port." . 

•"Riwi these are all brand-new 
roses?" we asked . 

"Not necessarily. Most frequ«it- 
ly Hbey are nundi««d roses, iMit 
quite often Uiey are nwied r<»es, 
being retested." 

"What in the ^mM is a num- 
bered rMe?"*!, we asked. 

"One that has wrt yet been put 
into c(»nmercial production." 

Mrs. Nelaon miggested that we 
write to Qmard-Pyle for nwre de- 
tailed Uif(Hinatkn on testii^, mm- 
ing and patenting of roses (we 
were astraii^ied to learn tl«t roses 
couW be patented!), we had a 



dm im^ngy and fbol name. 

"Bow Ins a rose |^ Ha savef 
A roae is (mlinray auned. either 
t^ the hytvU^er v^ oi^at^ 
it. (V l^ die mnery that under- 
takes the prime rea|MMQ>iUty (or 
ptecii^ it op tiM markrt. Ilw 
Amerelan Rose Sod^y nudntains 
the official woridwide r^HMr of 
rose names. 1^ is operated ki 
coop«atiQB with rase aocieti«i to 
&]^nd, Prance and other coun- 
try. Any one, anywhere in the 
world, may regis(^ their imne 
<&«c(ly with the AmoicM Itooe 
Society. 

' 'ISvery few y^ffs ttwy fuk^ 
a ttst of rose names thikare in 
use. Ilw current edition, Mod«ii 
Rosa VI, contatais ap(Kvximaeely 
10,W0 rose ntfnes. Ev«i if one 
does not find the none that he is 
considerii^ for a new itMO to ttiis 
volisne, it is imfwrtant to check 
with the American Rose Soci^y to 
d^ermine whether the name may 






VBK^INIA K^:HI 

Now Uw beauty salm pormaneiA is trufy pbaamt — from tli( 
ymy begtoningi It smells good! You fori good, rdaxinf H tm 
chair, watching our skilled hands work lig^tnii«-fMt. "pOiritiixH 
ing' every wrapped curl for the hair stylii^ Uurt lies itead. 

•04 LASKIN RD., VIRGINIA BEACH PIwm CA ftOIMl ; 
OUR NORFOLK LOCATION 
7100 Granby St., WartI* Corner — Pk. MS-ISIt 



pirnts he grows. 'aWKJUgh tl»e M- 1 junwlteen registered sffiSslhe |»» 

llcvtkin d t^ bodk. It is also im- 
poitaiA to i^y for tlw retfstra- 
tion of a new name to the Amer- 
toan Rme Soci^ and have that 
re^^nrtion accepted bdore my 
use is made of the name or before 
its pubUcation elsewhere. A rose 
may be naned befim it is put 
to eominerctol prodwtion, or there 
a «ven a possibility that a rMe 
may be named ami a decision 
later made m^ to put it toto ccant 
n^vial iroductran at all. On the 
other hand, it Is vaaA to wait untU 
it is decided that the rose is to ^ 
into comMrdal {Mroduction before 
namii^ it. 



ferences may be very sli^ and, 
in some cases, woukl tud. be i4K>ar- 
eni to the casual observer. Such 
a hybridizer, after sheeting a nuna- 
ber of plants that he ccmsd^s his 
best, might send these to Star 
Roses for furttier tiwttog. We re- 
ceive new varieties from perhaps 
a ctoiei or nwre hybridisers each 
year for this purpose. From these 
plants, each of whidi is a new 
variety, we conduct tests for at 
least two years in wir own test 
field and frwn these wiil select 
perhaps the 50 be^ ktods from 
wiych we may grow 50 plants of 
each. TfiCT. stiU furtha" elimma- 
tion takes ptece until we have less 
than a dozen varieties l^t that 
seem to us suitable andar,our con- 
ditions. FVom these we will send 
out varieties for testing to various 
collaborators such as the Garda) 
dubs d Virginia for further report 
(m toeir observation and experience 
to their own ga^itkns to various 
parts of tlK country and then, the 
fimd selection is made. During this 
entire testing period the roses are 
carried undo* number for klenti- 
fication; idthou^ s(»netimes we 
may give a ten^orary name to a 
vaii^ beouise it is easier to re- 
menrdjer a name than a monbo'. 
For ten^xK'ary names we ordtoar- 
ily use geograj^iical nam«s be- 
cause only rardy do we use geo- 
graphical names for a final nmne, 
and this avdds c<xifusi<m between 




'To* can pirtent a rose. In the 
United States it has been pdtaible 
to patent a new plant of any type 
exc^ one that is ordiiwrily re- 
produced from tub«^, sudi as po- 
tatoes, or from seed such as gar- 
den v^etables since 1990. TUs 
patei^ is handlsd by the United 
States Patent Office and is nor- 
mally d(Hie by a patent att<»ney 
specializing to tbds type d work. 
If a new ^ant is acc^;ited as be- 
ing pateotable by the patent office, 
an official patoit is tisued giving 
the 'toventor' the exdudve ri^ 
to grow, r^]roduce and sdl the 
new piaik f^ a period of sevoiteen 
years, whidi is ttie lei^ of time 
Ux wMdi a patei^ (m a new ma- 
chine or may ottior device is granfc- 
ed. ^i 



In Ml* 1920't Oranby Sirtef kad b«cein« f4or-^ 
foUc't buswft iliO|»|»in9 v— downtown^ 



. . . then H. D. Oliver Had been serving fof 

nearly 60 years. - " 

"Sx^ and d^Mutmait stores d evoy (kscriptton Itoed « 
the downtown Granby Street. ^M^ipers o-owded Uie * 
^Mts. ttkt town had begun to move northward. In w 
those years H. D. OUvo' iwd loi^ beai a tradttton to 
providing the most respected funeral ami iMtrtol saviMi 
for all 5 Tldewatar. 

Granby Street is still a busy ^i^ toda^r. fOled with 
A(q>per8, and now, with M)0 years of sovke bsfa^ ^ 
them, H. D. Oliver is still providing ttie coimmn^ wtfi ^ 
the fin^ sorvkM. An experienced st^ nwdem lm&- "- 
{ties and two jftoe hemes, tfie newest to VAr^Ma lE^adi. 
enable them to bai^ every xmA, fiall on H. D. CKttver 
for the finest. 



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Mr. ancl IMbs. Vernon Cherry, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. T.Msen and Mr. aad Mrs. Allaa E^vaBi.-^Beatalk Party 



Bow Creek. 

A crforful costume party was 
hdd at the Bow Cre^ Country 
club. Sq)tember 2^h. Tlie thane 
carried out was that of a bsataik 

Hie band, known as the Social- 
aires, were not be&tniks. 

Upon altering the club, I heard 
a gentlonan say, "No one S3ems 
to be dressed as beatoiks." I got 
to thinkiqg dxNH ius remark and 
wondoed jvist bow many of us 
really know ^^t a real beatoik is. 

M<»st c^cti<8iaries deftoe a beat- 
nft as 0^ vtlio rebds gainst the 
convictions of society. Hie 0{Mnion 
of most people te <me "fibo is sk^py 
to a;4>eantoce and usually of low 
inte^ence. Tneu agato, some 
compMely apfdy it to teoiagers. 

Th9 toue b^tdk is (mk who is a 
nosKcotformtst but it doesn't nec^ 
swi^ mean that he or s3ie cfesae* 



differentl;^ 

Those ^n dining were: Mr. & ! 
Mrs. Wm. C. Hairston, Mr. k Mrs. 
LcMiard S. Doltoe. Mr. k Mrs. 
Jack S. Btount, Mr. & Mrs. Leon- 
ard M. Olevesbaum and Mr. and 
Mrs. Sidney A. Shdbos. 

Mr. k Mrs. Keimetti W. Ftaer, 
Mr. k Afrs. Jim M. Ltttte, Mr.'* 
Mrs. R<*ert C. Pyle, Mr. * Mrs. 
Jamea H. Oiri^, Jr.. Mr. k iMn. 






PAINFUL COR| 

AMAZING LIQUID 

ROimSPMNAS 

IT DmVES CORNS AWAY 

Now removt cmim the tot. wit 'WT 
with Fwtxoae*. Liquid ?«««»« J* 
liem iMia iidt»otly. works Wow *« 
skin li»e to diS»«e corns »w«T !• |u« 
dars. Get Freetooe...»t«Uan««uM«s. 



WE NEED YOU 
MOM & DAD! 
,^ SUPPORT YOHR 
CHILDREN'S TEAM 
BY ATTENDING EACH GAME 

Compliments of 

Pic 6 3Ui CJeaners 
325 Uskin Road 
Opposite Colonial Storo GA 8-2801 




hjdn G.|||Mbott and Mi, Jk Aba 
Leo llionuui.' 

Vin. JuUa T. iBaytar, Wflllam 
H. Hays, Jr., Mr. k Afrs. Bob 
Leggett, Mr. k Mrs. Stanley Lea. 
Mr. 4k Mrs. Ehner Andersoa, Mr. 
ft Mrs. Richard Rottler. Mr. ft 
Mn, Albert Gates and <ikfr. ft Mrs. 
Adolf BaccuB. 

Next week I will also {Kiblish 
pictureii taken at this party. 



Nantes Mgr. 

VIRGINU BEACH-Fred Curtis 
has been named to the maAajfer- 
ship of the new Fred R. Ford Co.. 
Inc., store to be opened on Atlaatic 
avenue early next week. 

Ciirdts comes to the Vlrginto 
Beach store with 35 j^ars exper- 
ienof at t|>?.acto^l,For4, estab- 
lishmert inNottorti. aid ptendHo 
earn? the same lines Of jefwelry. 
watdi-s. fine china, sterling silver, 
and Other goo^s stocked in tfie 
Onnbt street, tstot^ ^flii^^lM Mi 
siit^ by four other employees. 

Frank R. Ford Co., Inc., was 
"stfblidied m 19(» and has re- 
mained at its same location to Nor- 
folk. This first vwiture toto the su- 
burbs v^ made for ttie many reg- 
ular customers and old friends in 
Virginia Beach who kx* to Froik 
R. Fwd for the best 4n the better 
thtop d life. 

Frmk R. /Ford is presidait and 
treasurer, C. Lynwood Ford is rice 
president, and John R. Ford is sm- 
retary. 

The Vfr^nia Beach store is k>- 
cated at 3301 Atlantic avenue, next 
door to the Naivette Shoppe, and 
has more than 1,400 square feet of 
remodeled sal^ and display space. 



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DUMONDS 

AT THE NEW STORE 




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SHOPS FOR THE -LADIES AND THEIR DAUGHTERS 

See our beautifttl and^cotorful .collection of smart 

fashions for dress up aMd^townwear . . instinctively 

right for any ^occasion ! 



Open Monday & Friday evemngs til 9 p.m. 
3133 Va. BMch Blvd. Vft. Beach, Yiiginla 



• Watches 

Rolex 

Omega 

Universal 

Hamilton 

Bulova 



•Silver 

Gorham 

Reed& Barton 

Towle 

Limt 

Wallace 

Stieff 

International 

Tiffany 



• China 

Royal Doulton 

Royal 

Worcester 

Minton 

Lenox 



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Gold 

Silver 

Gold Filled 

Cultured Pearls 



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National NewspaiMtr Week 



ronty^xwnes onw a ywr, anc^ 
^eek is the one d«signMvd National 
Jfewspaper Week, During that one 
short week, the American press is pro- 
^^Jed the opportunity to sing Its own 
Pl-aises, putting aside all false mod- 
^ly. The Vlr|H*>te ttoach Sun Is proud 
to be a rr»mb«r of a great industry 
and a great institutipn ... the Ameri- 
can press. < 

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There is really nothing quite like the 
U. S. press. In many a>untries, the 
newspapers are n^erely pfOjitoganda 
organs of gavernnrient and willingly 
or (unwillingly abide by the wishw of 
* tho^ in power. In others, a few pa- 
pers of vast circulation blanket their 
countries, and there is little exchange 
of varying views. M strW others, cor- 
ruption aid venality have destroyed 
the public^ fafth In the worth and hon- 
or of Its lEN'ess. Thankfully, this is not 
true in America. Mwe, with a few ex- 
ceptions of which we are rrot very 
proud, new^apers have been faithful 
to the trust of their readers. 

The newspaper has stood for what 
^ it befleves, rigardless of the shifting 
winds of pd^ics and of the pr^sures 
<rf power, the newspaper stands, how- 
imm Mkuh H may be at ttrrws, for 
tha fr^dcNtt fl ^ press ar^d ^ the 
right to Mm^^'^mJi edvecate policies 
and phibst^hles it considers vital to 
the public interest. We have, of course, 
some newspapers of great circulation 
and International presflige. We also 
have thousands of smaller newspapers 
in this country, both weeklies and dai- 
ries, which servte their communltt'es 
In a way that nothing else can. In their 
own independent way, these smaller 
newspapers are the guardians of a free 
United States. 

The weekly newspaper, for exam- 
ple, has the opportunity to search for 
and publicize ail the news of a corn- 
unity. That same news, of vital Im- 
tance to the residents of the com- 




"Oe TroaTeo in oepw 
a large metropolitan dally. The weekly 
then, serves a definite purpose to all 
the people of the individual areas, and 
fills a definite v9id that could not be 
filled with a prestige paper. 

There will always be those who do 
not agree with stands taken on cer- 
tain subjects by editors. There will al- 
ways be those whojacCuse newspapers 
of management of hews. There will al- 
ways be those who will irftempt to 
point an accusing fi^nger at a newspa- 
per and claim it is '/controlled" by out- 
side interests. This/We 6xpect, and this 
we do not let bother us. We know the 
genuine desire to^ serve that, newspa- 
pers have, and the real efforts made 
not to manage the news. When we 
write editorials, we hope to spark com- 
meht, whether it is with us or against 
us. That is why newspapers take a 
Stand on all matters. It makes very lit- 
tle difference whether, the matter Is 
local, statewide or nationwide. If it 
needs discussior), rMBWspapen_j|n do 
if in depth. ' /'" 

On the editorial page, stands are 
taken by editors, artd that is the only 
^&f . %:#W regular news sections, 
i^iased news Is run. And that is the 
>Ayiy it should be^ without speculation 
or coloration. Newspapermen, Who- 
ever and wherever they are, are ded- 
icated to ideals. Highest on the list 
\of those ideals is to present the most 
news In the best manner, and to best 
serve the public. ,^1 •An^ i 

Of course, the newspaper is a busi- 
ness, and cannot stay in business very 
long without the support of the public, 
Including readers and advertisers. But 
a newspaper has first to gain the re- 
spect of Its readers and advertisers. 
The only way that can be done Is sim- 
ply to do the best job possible. 

During National Newspaper Week 
we rededicate ourselves to these ideals, 
and ask our supporters to appreciate 
the guardian role of newspapers. That 
makes us partners in freedom. 




Child Abuse 



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Fire Prevention - Still Everyone's Job 



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Every year at this time we pause 
and recognize Fire Prevention Week. 
Since last year at this time several 
, people In Virginia Beach have burned 
to de^. Fortunately the number Is 
not as large as it has sometimes been 
in the p«f, but even one victim Is too 
mary. In addition, thousands of dol- 
lars in damage has been done by fires, 
and countless persons have been In- 
jured by burns of varying degree./ 

i^ nearly every case the fire could 
have been prevented. Not only during 
Fire Preventloh Week, but also during 
every day and week of the year, we 
should be on the lookout for the dan- 
ger signals that could cause fires. Most 
of us are too careless where fire Is 
(xjrcerned. We always seem to feel it 
canrwjt happen to us. But fire does not 
pick Its victlnr\s arbitrarily. Rre can 
hapi^n in a modern home where too 
mmy appliances are bcfing us^d at 
/ one time, tt can happen by smoking 
* In bed. It can happen by careless cook- 
l ing. It cin happen from a cigarette 
^ carelessly thrown out of an automobile 
window; CH' even in ti^ car Itself when 
thtf^f^tte did m$ InaM it out the 
dmf. Fireman happert anywhere, 
at any time, when carelessness or neg- 
lig«K» Is concerned. 

It behooves aH of us to check the 
.virirtg in our homes, to look for fire 
^f »nw H*n4 OT ^ hoiTW. A' 



collection of old papers or rags stashed 
away in the attic il a definite hazard, 
as is a faulty furnace. Wiring In auto- 
mobiles goes bad occasionally. It 
should be checked periodically. The 
burning of leaves should be controlled, 
and campftres or any open fires should 
be watched, then fully put out. Fire 
does not just happen. It is caused. 

We should be always ready if lire 
strikes. If fire or lightning strikes )a 
home or business, proper fire extin- 
guishers should be on hand and ready 
fjor use. Everyone should know the 
fastesi way out of a burning building. 

Fire is a marvelous thing, ft is used 
in the summer time, but it must be 
to cook our food,vand even to cool us 
to keep us warm, to heat our water, 
respected. Everyone should know the 
dangfers of fire ahd be prepared for 
the mom#it'it could strike. Fire pre- 
ention is a job that belongs to every- 
one, and just because thei>^ve not 
been as many deaths or injuries by fire 
r#cerit1y as there have b#ftn in the past, 
we cannot relax our vigilance. 

As much as we always OTrtimend 
our fire departments at Vkginia Beach, 
l3ofh>-pa4d and volunteer;^ we should 
all continue to try to^ nnake their job 
just a little easier by making a coji- 
sdous effort at all times to prevent 

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Virginia Is one of the last of the 
fifty states to draft a child-abuse law. 
It is now being drafted for introduc- 
tion In the next session of the Virginia 
General Assenrtbly. We heartily en- 
dorse the bill, and we hope It passes 
and becpmes law. For years, doctors, 
social arid welfare workers have been 
hamstrung in their efforts to stamp 
out child-abuse. The new l^aw would 
include such offehses as -malnutrition 
and neglect, as well as the more ob- 
vious cases of physical abuse, ft would 
also eliminate the need to.prove abuse 
before reporting it, as long as the of- 
ficial is ^cting in good faith. The man- 
datory, reporting would Include mem- 
bers of the medical profession, as well 
as school teachers and sod^ workeri 
acting in official capacities. But most 
of all it would provide for immunity 
from liability in such cases. 

It is impossible to tell how many 
cases of child abuse have gone unpun- 
ished in Virginia Beach or anywhere 
else in Virginia in recent years. Until 
now there had to be concrete proof 
before anyone dared to report such 
cases to the proper authorities. The 
newly proposed legislation would pro- 
tect young children from serious abuse 
by parents or others through the de- 
tection and reporting of such incidents. 
^ Such a bill was mentioned in the last 
session of th$ Virginia General Assem- 
bly, but did not gain any real support, 
partly because the two doctors who 
serve in that Assembly did not come 



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out for the bill, this time they have 
said they will support it. It wouM, 
therefore, appear that the ^ feill noW 
has a charKe of |>assina arKi of 
accorrtplishrng Its aims. Other, leg- 
islators have ' indicated a general 
interest In the biy, but its fate on the 
floor of the Assembly Is still uWKno\A#i. 
Its chief sponsor is recommerKlIng a 
strong letteH" campaign by IndlvMuats 
and civic and wc»lMn's clubs, rl* Is 
asking for letter support to legislators 
to m^ke certain that the lawmakers 
know the position taken by the g^n- 
eratpubllG^^.«.^ ; * ^ 

e definitely agree. We hipe that 
evelyone, iildividual^^'aHi^ ;#rgan'i2a- 
tions alike^ will suppCMt fhls legisla- 
Wdf^' ae '#wl^n effec^ve way to am- 
bat child-abuse can finally be rr>ade 
law. One of the most horrible things 
that we can think Of Is abuse of a 
chHd, either physictlly or mentally. It 
is tinr|,^, in oUr modern 9ndi progressive 
society, to provide a legal means of 
Investigating these incidents and ^rv- 
ishing guilty parties. ' 

To our way of thinking, fhls piece 
of legislation should receive top pri- 
ority in the next session of ihe^ Vir- 
ginia General Assembly. We fully sup- 
port the legislation and urge all of our 
state lawmakers to do the same. In 
addition we* hope that our residents of 
Virginia Beach will let It be known 
how they feel on the subject. If ^11 of 
this is done, the law Annot fail, and 
It must not fail. 



An Old Familiar Theme 



Perhaps we seem to have a one- 
track mind, but the subject of litter- 
ing is really bothering us. We cannot 
understand how residents of a city or 
even tourjsts who visit here cannot 
fake at least a little pride in the beauty 
of our cii^. Another example of the 
lack of civic pride has been pointed 
out to us recently. We went to the 
area for a firsthand look, and we were 
somewhat shocked. 

In the area between Lynnhaven In- 
let and the Chesapeake Bay Bridge- 
Tunnel, a real problem existed. The 
beach was rapidly wearing away. It 
had to be dealt with and It had to be 
dealt with immediately. And so it w^s. 
A dredge was brought in. Pipes were 
placed on the beach area, and sand 
was pumped in. Thousands of dollars 
were spent on the project to reclaim 
the beach area from the elements. Al- 
though it took quite a long period of 
time, the efforts were successful. The 
send began to pile up, and the beach 
began to get wider. It^ looked terrible 
at first, aM, the dark swd built up, but 
as the sun dried it end bleached It, 
the once problem aree took on a new 
look, ft was one of the most beautiful 
beeches we heve ever seen anywhere. 



The pipes are still there. So is the 
sand. But there is also something else 
there too . . . LITTER. We simply can- 
not undeVstand how anyone would 
purposely desecrate such a beautiful 
sight. As we walked along the new 
strand recently, we were very glad we 
had sh6es on, to keep from being cut 
by the broken bottles and twisted cans. 
In fact it was unbelievable how much 
litter could build up In such a short 
time, unless persons unknown have 
been using the area as a garbage 
dump. The amount of' paper, candy 
wrappers and the like showed clearly 
that lltterbugs do not respect any prop- 
erty. . 

As we have stated so many "times in 
the past, all we are interested in Is 
preserving natural beauty and keeping 
all parts of our city clean and beautiful. 
All we ask is for our fellow citizens 
and tourists to have a little respect for 
public places, and not to use just any 
place fol- a garbage can. 

We, honestly believe that Virginia 
Beach is a beautiful place, and we 
want to keep It that way. Civi^roupS 
are working earnestly every.^diy to 
add to that beauty, but the cooperation 
of every one is needed to acconnpllsh 
this aim. 




Tlie Bin liKme ee Matoafft, rfgned iBto kntweeBtiy 

by Prealdeat Johmtm, does far mow than jott the awdi- 

eia can to the aged. Hits extensive document ioelud^ 

•iBOfiff rtmay things teipc^iant uoma- 

iBtate te ^ Boiie} Sasimir Act tm- 

l^egnm, pertlettlailr enee nMad to 
l^dHtres. . 

Amoriea has a trafltien ef . 

for tte aged wUdi la su^M^Nr 
dttticnial devetion to ou^wnk^ 
tt!«re are greet and gnrwfliMa# 
\im ehildrwi to batter adtW i Hoti Md 




(rf needy fMSfdna* 
Projael Haeditart, ^e^teiAr ei 
tceebfa^ ff^ckooh nadsr-frivi^M mmm, reaog- 
Idsed the need tat mm hmm mmmtm when It am- 
^lediad file need for sMdieal ezamfau^eM el ^m» 
children. Is every group of 100 (Mdrm fiartictpa^g 
Is tlM ptopnra, doetort asieeted to ftid aeqvl with ac- 
tive tubereulosfa, four latftially blhid, 15 wftt mm M 
ofeyedMacuWesandlOjwttallydeaf. f- 

MALTN CAM HM YOUNO 
^ Pertinent provisions of the SocW Seearl^ Amaqd- 
meets are aimed at improving tiie tioe ef fif haaith 
•0d oaf pre-sdhool and sdiool-age ehiMran ta IV# fneoHie 
funnies. Under the guidance oi the DaiNU-laiant of 
Health, Education and Welfare, a new five-fear f6K>gr«n 
<a apedal proi««t grimta la aethoi^Md. Tktm frasta 
win go to various state and locia heidth agendas and to 
medieal schools and teaching hoapitala to provide com- 
prehensive health care services for certdn children. 

Also Induded in the Act are proviirf<»a to increase 
the atffhMla^M for matenud and 0M ktttA care 
and tilled ehfl dren'a a ad (jifid w^are ^rrti aa. Ex- 
HH^M tfelelM BtiMD'eBM MOmd B^ce eaaie (VKea* 

PartfoiAtfly teport e at ere tlw pravki«n ie help 
l^ttti^ paoj^ tep^te tteiintffae and iM ihe^ In- 
gfiaed ef AeeowragfaHr wff yenlh ^om iPoiKtaif teeiiuae . 
(tf tte old rules of peMe i e ilitanca mfm^ the law 
ia aow revised to pitvvlde as taeoittte for ^fldten to^ 
wmfk. A ckfld en^ IS erfil be aBamd to e«ni «p to 
M a oMtttii (with e eailiM of |1S0 of total aersfoi^ l^^ 
^Mnm te «m UaOhr) e^evf toft^ ^ faaidtr'a pub- 
Ba laatitiiwtra pertnnntw afyarted T^iinagere ^ fMrilie^ 
- Witt be al^e te take MUft-tiina joba irach aa deMwinir 
a e w spe pe ra , belt^mt, er eairring groe^lae. 

11^ of oar psm who era reaahrleg pi^mm wiO 
new be eble ta na^ hi^h a^ool eid go en te aaMe or 
a vocational trainfaig aehod. The law now aaye that 
aodal aeeuritjr beaeflta will atffl be avdlabla te tlMi up 
ta the age of 22. 

These ate e(Ntttructiva uid kmg-needad mefifleationa 
in ettr.krtra towarda the bett^ment of our yoimg people. 
PreMttit JfiumffA hm said that our moat ipra^Nia re- 
aoareaisoorrath. The S9th Gongrsaa haa reeaee lo be 
proud of the Social Security Amendmenta it has enacted 
afa-eady thia session and of the contributions it haa made 
to young and old alike. 



WITH AfTENTIVE ENCOURAGEMENT 




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good lock •! Mr towii? t«wn yeu ariii*» sMlnf OR 

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couia g«t fttifli omMact to J^^JTiaM J1"J^ 

anoHMT wim our oytsjaeiM. ' JL|-^ ^ ,-i«rs«ii_ 

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Hw rtrooti. Uok for tho * ^^ ^ ,. 

putjoofourtaw^SMwhol J-'^U^tT^JS^i^ 

m(rt(M tt 90. PMp^t. Poopio particular product or smvIco. 

doing tWngi; bt^rMg* •tttug, youH llnd you don't hovo to 

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1^Mt»to blasted a great B^ptine 
iind hort In an oNbtfen cod- 
tasM »-l4 and aeiwal waito Mer, 
ta 1\D(«alo, ecBM siff^ig iMKk in 
Am saoBod teK lo iBMr tna Vt^ 
mOet, 41-17. 

Tlwae t«TO coovindtag wii» only 
serve to u^et die preaert N^itiuw 
did). 

"We wma't a Iswi in that «- 
^MoB>sa and we handsd them 
t^i faBM ia ttNtMAo," s«yi bad 
coa(^ Gary OUck matter ef factly. 
"I J^(ure our team wiJl be in the 
pnpet frame of Arind anbot To- 
Tt^m flris.iaeeiL Another big factor 
#m be the fans. wWe got the wild- 
est. kudeA and most dedicated 
backers in the oitfa^ le^ftie. When 
we ^y at home nofw, we've got 
ttiat sometMi^ extra ymi iMk on 
the nwd-toyal nMlers." ' 

Ihe fans, ova- 13,500 were a big 
feetor as die Neps raced from be- 
hfad hire two w^u 1^ to smnh 
Phil«M^{iUa*a sht-^me wtonlng 
strei^ the Noifoft pros surged 
for M pot^ in the second hatf 
to post a A^ victory. 

"Trsm every iwlicatton it leoks 
like a much better timaiA will be 
at Foreman FieM this Sunday," 
sigw Qend'al Mnnager -Jim Dunn. 
"We were swamped with ticket re- 
quests from UK flkmem we opened 
our offioi MetftKf nmti&g. Tkk- 
ets will be on sA each day at ^ 
24 Pe^iUs Drag Stores in Tide- 
way and ^ oin- offlol at 3l|p 
Boush Street. Pfaloik.* r- 

The hd that the sur^aliing Ne[» 
now foadly named the Cardiac 
Kids for ^n^ axne-from-bdiind 
antics, cm sui^ into a second 
I^ace deadkx^ ndtlii Toronto as- 



Hm fkgMk htes^unn are cmfi- 
dsM toey can upsd ttM tonnto 
■Sm at F\oKRaa F1^ but 
thsy're cpkHt to point out irl be 
• dmeA itn^gle. 

TMrento, quite p^ito^y, k no 
soft touch. With a one game lead 
Moiiolk in their battle for se@)nd 
^(% ia the Contmentiri FoolbaU 
LeagiM's Eastern Divisim, the 
hl^H)o«wed lUfles have k)st (ody 
two gam« in oght starts. 

Tanmto's sett>acks were afta^n- 
istewl by Pbiladel|dua and 
Cbartoiton — so the Rifl^ have 
plenty d company in thai area. 



1b9 Rifks knocked 
sive power Wheeli^ 



off defen- 
last wedc 
while the 'Cardiac Kids" of cow* 
Cary GBdTsiTKrthereff Newsft's 
usuaRy potent attack in a last sec- 
ond 10-7 win. So the Rifles invade 
Tidewater owning a 64 record, a 
Mep ahead d the sirpriang Neps 
at M. 

Toronto owts wk In^^i fldrd 
be^ affaise, bdiind PhHwtelphia 
and Newark. On defend the Cana- 
dtM ^try is fifth In the standing. 

"This will be a very tough gafte, 
ma>i>e our tmi^iest of tia season. 
After aD, m other ch* has beaten 
us twice —and by pre^y haii# 
acOTW. We've got our wwk cut oirt 
for us and the players know it," 
says Gtick. "We're ip)ing to work 
hard to W»re for this gmie. 
Coiait on it* ;^ 

Glkk is dso hopehd Ms players 
can count on a record crowd to 
spur dien on again. Tlie howling 
fans iKpt the Neps b!asting away 
agafaat I^ladelphia and coach 
Click was (jpilck to point out jtfter- 
waids ibat "ViJSm speotatm^ jmn- 
ed the {day^s in our ups^ dver 
Fhilly. Tlie lans had a fak hiud 
in it t!M^ ipaTtj as on.'' 

The crowd for die PbiUy goi^ 
Was a season record tor the Neps 
and general manager Jim Dunn is 
esftflihtt thi* the nriM wiB bcr 
erased again this week. • 



VHIGWIA VBfiim - for^ two 
ComnA^ fen^dl tewm Mw ao- 
tkn '^ iallinlaj to hmMy tm 
gaihis. speMHM 1^ 9m Vb^^ria 
Bew:h Reaeaten Departnwni 

In the hfidpt Mi^flHn, fte fkm 
Charfers rsM^ die KaWiiiBe 
CardHM^s. 41-e, Mnny Adttll sew- 
ing four teiiiAJswus m rMi ei 
1&-9-7-5 yahk. M W^ limtceH 
ed a pass aod fMvMri M If yMnli 
for the fjMil taBy. The Vfr#Mt 
Bead) RsMM ^»f^ CsorOoHM, 
»K0. Jadi Cwrol K^tag mlm 
for tl» wtaHfiv on nn if »-n 
y«ik. Peto Gre^7 nai^ As 
diird actn wHh a off tadde rm 
of ao yards. 1%e JSanpeviHi Tlfirs 
deleted the Larh^w Hawla, 0«. 
Bob CcmiMtt' mmI &ndy Miodes 
ssM-iogaB run (rf S-M adi. the 
pliy sf Um game was a ii^erc^- 
ed paK by Jay PattersM and a 60 
yard return for the TD, Patterscm 
reversed his field three tirn^ in 
runmng thr(Migh the entire Hawks 
team. The "ftor u^gocd Thoro^ 
breds won their first game of the 
season with a 13-0 win over the 
Vikii^. Kirk OHvw ran c^f tadcte 
and with some good Mocks ran (B 
yards for a TDr Daryle Brashwefl 
scored the seccmd TD on a 54-yard 
end s\»^ep. • t 

Jim Birdwell and Keffh KiaCoy 
played a outatamling game % the 
winners on defense. The Chesa- 
pesiM Chargers niped the Plaza 
CoKs, S»-14. Bryan Bratson led the 
scorii^ Pl^di with two TD's on 
tttfl of Sf 3«rds each. Noel FaisOT 
added the winning points with a SO 
yard end sweep late in the fourth 
quarter for the Chargers. For the 
Colts D(H} Reidi and Bryan JmeS 
each aconi a TD on runs (A 00 
and 70 yards respectively. The Ma- 
rtaers won \hm third victory with- 
out a defeat with a 324) win over 
die Flaui Padcars. Jhn fioglis 
Parted the scoring by retunung 
the opening kickoff back 40 yards 
f<H* a TD. Mdre Warelng, Ken Gore, 
and Tim Nixon each scored on 
runs ol 60, % and 28 yards respec- 



foq|^ «C fte RiMmts, »I4 Mevs 
seMr sw^p ^no fSi e yores. ^sHsr 
tfiaiii laifwd m a kneliBiilKi 
end ssMs flul pMi flH Wttw 
to^n NCMM sstnw ape we sno mk 
Mte fieHli teM&M» 

VMBS pHMOu ID aUn^ WmSMU H* 

fte fkily tiAy, fsad tor m jrardl. 

^ dopwatai Me 
M-tt. in flM 

^i ^to^^^^ g't^f^^-M ^^^L^^^A ^^^a^i^ ^^Lm 

m mm^ unHI KVraB iWi MH^ 

lirt «t rona of 41, N^ nd M 
yaiw IM MM a iloMewrt on dia- 
lei^ Ha ii» foaed to lib fl^ 
kr fN^ Isr • ftri fd. wlmk 
m Watm m Ipr Im llf i tm fti 
lesen m roM ef 9* # ftP^k tie 
OoMM %mn wMh only see lM» 
ing gMne en their record reotod 
the Ttidia temi, 404. 1^ rtar for 
the women wm ^eodie Fraah 
Bowman who shet threui^ (er fow 
touchdowns m nns of %, 31. 46 
and IS yards. Ricky Schwartz soor* 
«t"Wiff oft tocfcJe run of 30 yards. 
Greenwich and the Woodstock 
Chargers battled to a 6-6 Ue. 
Gr^awieh. gettkig the jump by 
sco^ in the sec^ qnttter on a 
S3 yiurd run by Mike Jones. The 
Oiargers foi#t back to Ul the 




game late in the foivth quarter en < end for 34 yards for the lessrs 



bM Bhu to 
li Woooatoidi 
i Mne Hint to 
^ iMDinrMtt 
r'Mur yarailDe 
le tae i^wHid 
|Hgr H one K^i^w 

Wueon s(«y- 

iM Monaie Uar- 
0t mmm mm m ma « to and 

# l^iMfc M JMidl tiad ttM lans 

• jidMr im «i Mt im 8S ywda 

Me « te gsiM ee Hi end twe^p 
jsritt Mm ii|^. < 

ki'HV m0 «4lile, die Ara- 
0m €«Al 4mm lae Grenwidi 
•lOMi^ ML Smmm sewed en 
a Mmo fmH t^K0 ^d jua s»c- 
Cfraw tttompied t Ati pan and 
•an M back n yaidi Mr • ertTe.- 
iMiia balllad it eol iMQi dw Aasa 
Eigee and came mn^ wMi a 
m-a ndary. lerty kMi w&i, ott 
ieit ladiie ler M yards to epoi the 
scoring aad Fraooy iMHiM aiMKp 
ngfat end tor 4t yardrtor^tke aec- 
ond T^ The wimung points were 
Kored by L. J. Miles wlu) tadded 
Willie «hipp, die Co.to kit hakvMKk 
in the eni zone for a a iie ly . fl^P 
scored on a 66 yard run for tne 
Ooks and Leonard Bidonn ran leii 



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meiA d Mr. Horace Baskette ae General Saks 
■ Mana^. 

Mr. Basketto is a ndtive d this area, having 
attonded Grai% High Sd»ol and the Norfolk Di- 
vtokNf of William 4 Mafy-V.P.I. 

He has had 15 years eiperience m the automotive 
Md b^innii^ widi the Ford Mdor Cmipany, 
Bidntend Dislrid wtore he hdd various manage- 
mtft ItiitifMis. 

tti Mt the Ford MPfor Compnqr to m a eagw a 
fM dealership and was riiore recently omnected 
wtth Tyree-Joato Fotd as Sales MalagAr. 

His hobby is golfing and he is w^ known in 
focal g(dfing dfcles. 

Mi^ jasketto invites all hif friends to eail on 
Ite at Alphin Motors where he can assist with 
an Adr mitaoiotive neei&. 

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In ttie Midget Eight-Man flie 
Eagles stopped the Panthers 18«13. 
Roy Wright ran 75 yards for a TD, 
Mike Carter 18 with mother and 
the wkining acore was David Ri^ 
75 yard pass interception to win 
the gMiie. Tlie Pailheirs fought 
hard hit could not overcotne the 
pass interception. John Powers 
sctxred (^ a 15 yard lim, anA pas^ 
sed to Charlie WMa, for 3g yanb 
and a TD. 'Greenwiek beat di 
Lurks, 14-7. Robert Woo^ scering 
all the points for tfie winners en 
runs <rf 2-6 yards. The Cobars de- 
feated the Colts, a^. David Groth 
hit pay dirt twice on runs of 2 and 
56 yards. Earl fedwards played 
well for the losars. The Packers 
took the Cavaliers, 13-0. Ray 
Knight and Jose Benjamin scoring 
the TD's on runs of 41 and 20 
yards. Tonurty Oiipko was a stand 
out on defense for the losers. The 
Panthers stoj^ ^e Royals, 2fr0,. 
Mike Twker ruitofe^ tor tfirife 
t^ touchdowns, lS-12-25 yards 
e%h. tUjkkne GladhiB cm^ a 40 
yard pass fran Carl TigBef for tte 
finiy tally. The Kinp pot on * 
power display in routing the Ponies 
31-18. M:ke Harsh {rfcknl iq> a 
fiarble and ran 47 yards, Jdn Bell 
swred on a ISyard run a;w! passed 
12 yards to lister F^ncher for 
another score. For tfie Ponies, 
Rfike ZoeL'er ran. SO yards for. one 
scere and passed to Jack Servies 
good for e yards and a TD. The 
Blue Devils idiipped the VMii^, 
27-6.* Gftry Hodgson scored oi) a 36 
yard ran. Ed^ift McQuilkin and 
Ted Todd ran 26 and € yards Mdb 
t&t a score. Dickie Rapp recova^ 
t kiee fundiile in the Viking ad 
awe for a' ID. The Red D«^ 



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CALl NOW 

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this Saturday night at the Vii#da Beadi I^agway ooe if flto big- 
gest runs of the season will be heU man the traek hoidi the AMiA- 
can I^-R«i Ass<x;iatfon Virginia State dan^onsh^ 

At toast 12 aafa-Oo^aan team m fur awif aa Dahmare wffl le 
in toe ocmpdiikm for die tqpo to nMoey {Htm. 

Hank HaoUns from Norfolk wfll pl«Be the eio«rd widi oMtflon 
runs in his 1500 EP. 8iq>erKdi«rged Do^ "Tnite*' Hatdt hm teitod 
1S6 m.pJL hi tte qsartor-ndle with die tnoBstor and ddi SttOpA^ 
tngM Witt be M CKOQitei. >^ .^^j • 

the ItoMp for the superb t«^ Wt^ radng HaS of TttmiWStf 
West, Pop WUtt, Tom "Snooker" Smith. Pee Wee WaOaoe, end Haidd 
"Camshaft" Cata. 

the super liM-up dso indudes Clayton ¥^Fdiaia^ Bill lld^iil* Sma 
Kennedy. Lto Cralt. Jack May. CharUe Falk, and Dave Uida. 

The super-stoda will nc^ be the onfy rvaa In the (^aftfHnmp. M 
classes <A i^tiodketa, guaors, and modffieda wUl bo to te mmak^ fer 
the b^ purses ae far HAi |Maf. v ^^ a^, ^ ,« 

itoyock Raaw^r at Msitods, ILC^ Jwa 4 MiM iNl ii . rf rwlng 
to {Jeaao/«a-%te tmem- im^^mt ag jfce —lii U MMtor. AO Oe 
evoits wit be ^aiday i^tortne eveitfB. 

Od. 10. die Vtrgtaito^^nroUitt SnoaQ Car and Go Cart^sodayfio 
will ir«Mnt the fMtast Go<«t racing to tois area, time triala iND 
^art at 2:00 p.ffi. Raeie sttft at S:N pjn. 

Od. 17, Mojrodc will offer race ins the Kart Coast Opes doai- 
pionship for Hobby Cars. A purse of |6» wil be offered. Any het% 
car driv0- is wdctmie. this event is "NASCAR" sandtootfil. A h% 
field of die fasted hdiby cars Is es^eded. Thue titifti v^ start at 
2 p.m. wldi race time starting at t pjn. tids wiB he tme of dw hett 
hoJS)by car races yw will be aUe to see tfato y«# to Uw area. For 
entry information caQ 4W-2417 oe W-TM. 

Oct. 24, die Ar^ona Ifeose Lod^ wfll qxnaor anodMf pcfiolar 
"deoolitfon Dffhy."' Mb evo^ is rapklE^ g^bwii^ to be ok d 
tklnrater's favorfte nefaf evoito. A fidd of SO to 60 cars me ' 
expeded to edtf tl» raee. Race time is sd f or 3:00 pjn. Fd* edry 
kdbnhatioB cal 4S8-MI7 cf 487-7199. > 

to NoveMbef two Mg ««ttito are scheduled: Another Graai Natke- 
al the 7th wd die Seat Coast Champioodi^ for Demo cws. 

Ilichard Pdty «id Dafvid Pearscm edal^died workl speed recsr^ 
ttds we6k to the Nrst official oimpetUim at the brnd-new Iiforth 
Carolaa Mitor Sjpeodiray. 

Pettyi dtlvtag » hei^fCNvered 1965 PlynMxith. became ttw sm 
to beat to die American SOIMnile stodc car race on Oct- ii^ nven^ 
tog mm mph for Hve miles around die mito. cempSeMyteiild 
si^itfsBeedway. ISs rdcerd te safe at least undl Oct. 27 when ttaM 
tria(b oegto tor tte >toMrkln 500. 

Peaiaoh. aUhmidi ptocinft thhd to_ Uie Ib/a-Up con^sdtkn of ito 
event sanctioned ly nASC^, emerged from tiie four<ar stendlh 
agaitat d» deck wilH d» HArld's record fora oneflifle chMed course. 

His swift lip d U3.l7ft nph to his h«au-powered 1965 Dodge ahatr 
tared die femer effidd wotki record tor one aiito d iwas nph set 
Sept. 12 at Laot^me, Pa. by Bobby Isaac to anodier 1981 Itodge. 

Pearson's five-nafle a^rage was ody 112.402 n^ however, and 
thai relegated bin! to third place money d $100 to the event Uiat paid 
a $1.^ patu. 

Petty meiind |Ml for list place, and the |300 ninop^ inod^ 
went to 19M Mereiiry dttHi^ur Dard Diertoger who am aged l^TSl 

fourth place d tlSU weal to Ned Jarrdt, who's oae of Sevan factory* 
backed Ford drivers ^tad to Uie Oct 31 (qwnk^ race, here. Uf 
averaged 111.310 mph. Jun Pasdid, who had dt&ul j idtff toubto i| 
his 1965 Chevrolet before compdition b^an. reodved lad $to<4 
•money d $100. f 

Isaac's old workl record for one ntile was brdm on ^ d tfe 31 
laps run under the official cfock t^ Uie four con^tors. Oo^ Per- 
son's initial top failed to top Isaac's 110.556, sM I^arsli Iffushed die 
fence on that frip. 

All four drivers called tiw new track diallen^lfg. DarUngton SOA 
wioaer Janratt d a bor a tod . 

"It's a very challengtog track," he sakl. "It'a |Me| .to te a ch^ 
Idige to flld the r^ groove ... a chaUenge to sd ^ car 19 8| 
It will handle ... a real chaUen^ for the drivor atid ti§ aaediattil 
to get die car runntog to the bed d ito duUty." 

It i$ a sde asstnnpticai that Uie Junior Johnsra-Herb Nab comhiuh 
tion will be seeking to add auwUier victory sM roGriM to Adr hooks )• 
die classic NatiiHial «» race on Odobw 17. 

Th^ boUi know how, bid are nd am&MA&sL 

"We v(dll be trying our best but diere is a tot of eompit^en." statol 
Jdinstm after his 12th wto d die U6S season at Martiudtte. Va., lap 
Sunday, "to tiie Fords atone you have eiKiu^ tdmt to Msnto Fand^ 
A. J. Foyt, Cutis .Tum«-, Loreoim, Cale Yaibom^ im Jarretft 
and Dick Uut^dSM to atage one d Uie really gred races and that*l 
not cwa^ die MMMrjfi. Chevys or Uto rest'* 

"^t." thett 3NMr vdtfan ^a^ided, 'tXe Bsh and ma 
a pretty good advantage. We've bdh made eOMgH W^ to 
cirde to have the roi^ masaauA'* 



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FMIh Naval DMriet, preiMtod a CerUfleale of Merit to the 
■mImb heU at tfw. Naval Air BtatiMi Oceanti. October L 
at llM HonoraUe Frank A. DmA. Mayor of Vlrgtala Beadi. 
Hi Mt, B\ia0y 8.'Kdlaiii. 

t to the ^omm a ad" 
Hani eital^li neolo aad activities located in the areas where a 



VOUEYBALL 
IIA6UES 

nRSMU BBACI! - Ae Rec- 

rsaikm Pepartmeirt ol the (My d 
Vfa-gkua BeiKh connneQcod {day 
k tts a^t women »d demo^ry 
m^ acluol girii voQeybaB iMgue 
OQ October 5, 7. t, at Unkn Kaspt- 
vlBel^ School 

Hw aduM vanMD vffl pby tiwl«* 
a week oa Tueadayt and fiun- 
^yt, glBMs bflgWmg at 7:31 pJtn. 
Tte doBBitary and high adiod 
^ris wQl play on Saturdqr, friay 

tffpp^n^ mf fi^ at 12:00 IMOn. 

EMI iMii Awld ooDsiat of M 
)Mt INm alM (») BMobara aed BO 

vmf lim {Mmi» <is>- AI mam- 
Im of « Html ri«idii Ihw in tke 
ipmi b| fMcfa the toMd refVOMot*. 
Banaqte; nd U^ 0^^ teanu 
in wbctfld by the adiool in whidi 
Oeiy attend aod ^ rqreMiit 
t^ tfoa in eenifMtitfam. 
^Mos tato^ted in jatakag fteae 
JaafiKf iiuukl contad Aaioa J. 
HbMeliint or any otiwr staff mem- 
Iwr of ttif Iftg^ Beadi Rfocraa- 
tide Daptitet by eaOlsg «7- 
(Ml belvtan 1:00 «,m. and 6:30 

VIRGSaA BEACH - Six young 
aon iriB compete for the IMS 
JIgmafi Bmxin^ Tntk Qumr 
{^bt^p trophies Satoilay. Oc- 
tobe 9, «t Jtamy-B. 1700 Virginia 
B«di Mvd., Ooeanar Radng time 
Ji7:flijp.0B. 

fteiUata now pRpiriiig ttieir 

aei^ of ^ aixe can, for tiie i^art 
li Jtanmy'i are: M. E. Wild, Fred- 
at 8^^ Sidney Styron, Richard 
Gr<m, 6tai tVavis. Sann^ An- 
drwnt. 

Tte yowg men quailed for 
trade dwnpion^ip finals by win- 
f^s^ w^ddy c(»npditions held at 
Jimay'n. Their ears often reach 
8»de q«eds up to 4S0 m.p.h.. on 
Ibt^l^ M foot trade which has 
cnnca, straightaways and uader- 
pat^t patterened after r^ilar 
iparli ear cwiraes. 

Mrmms-MiEuiMTisii 

Do dsinu and double talk make 
KMi doubt you aa get any relief 
tmn tftiiriUc and rheumatic pains? 
Get too STANBACX tablets or )0 
SnrANBAOC powders, use as direct- 
ed, M you do not get relief, return the 
ittiMod' part and your purchase price 
^ be fduoded. Stanback Compaay, 
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MAN DIES IN ACCIDENT 



VIROINU rai^CH - A Virgtaia 
BeMfa man was kiMed in a mi^ 
<aa acddeitf Sunday that injured 
his youD^ brothd-. 

Peter P. Karriaon, ZI. ^ tli 
400 bkx^ d }AsMtu Mve, was 
critiddly injured when the car 
he was drivii^ careoied off Route 
ai5 near PkamA Ri^ Road and 
ro&d over four timet. ,< • » 

Harriaoi'a brother, awe Fred- 
eridc Itedacm, i», a passenger bi 
the car, suffered a broken tfai^ tai 
the acddoit He is listed in satis- 
factory coaMm at Virginia Bea^ 
General Hospital. 

Police estimate Harrison's c«- 
iras braveUng aboirt 80 ndks per 
boMT KvlMi it went off the r^ 
aide of the road, skidded M feet, 
cfoaaad over the U^iway, and pro- 
ceeded 147 feet into a pbwed 
fMld, tura^ ovv four times. 

Hmiaoo was taken to Virginia 
Be«^ General Hoei^td where he 
died 9t 3:25 p.m. of head and 
dwat kjuriM suffo-ed in the acci- 
dent 



Weid«nan of Dallas, and his pater- 
nal grjuKbndher. Mri* Sitfaiey 
IterristHH of Vu^nia Beadi. 



BAYSIDE JUNIORS 

BAVSH>E - J. L. Floyd, ^sist- 
ant superintendent of Tidewater 
Detaitidi Home, was the gueai 
^aker at the first meeting' of the 
season of Baynde Womans Club 
held Tuesday at the Bayside Pro- 
fessional buikiing. He was intro- 
duced by Mrs. J. L. West, Jr., pro- 
gram chaimtan. 

Hostes^s ware Mrs. W. F. 
Barnes, Jr., and Mrs. J. K. Scar- 
b(»roi^. 



Appeal lssiieil|A8Sil. DropS 

Restrictions 



VIRGINIA BEAOi - Hii- !>»• 
partmei^ of Parte Md RecreiAkn 
of Virginni Beach, Udon KanfM- 
viUe divisi<m, is keeph^ pace with 
the rapid growtfi of the new city.. 
An increase in the N^t) poputa- 
Uon within the dty has increased 
the number <d personi active in tiie 
pn^ams sponsored by die Rec- 
reatiffii Departmeit. Ilui increase 
in me nun^r d partidpmts in 
the various activtUM qwnsored by 
the departnMirt wd «Kh c«nmi|- 
nity calls for an kicreaae in five 
nuirbcr d voluntary leMkn. 

This appeal is directed towards 
you, the persons in your c«mnu- 
nity that will give you assistance 
in helping your conrnMnyty grow. 
You may render your assistance in 
the areas of voluntary coaching or 
transportation. 

The youth of <wr communitiM 
ha ve the right to enjoy the boidits 
of the city-sponsored pn^ams like 
boys md girls d other areas. If 
you are interested, ptease contact 
any mend)eT d the recreatkm stdl 
by calling 497-6292 9:00 a.m. to 
6:30 p.m. Monday thru FViday. 
Please give your name, address 
mid the type d worii ymi vrould 
like to do with tiie de{^irtmed. If 
yw have a dewe to coadi, so 
state. If you widi to. help with 
transportation, so statik 

The 196S fodball season gfunes 
will be played each Saturday frwn 
Septonber I8th untU November 20. 
Games will be piayed at the fol- 
lowing locations: Seatack Memen- 
tai7 School, Bdtie Williams Ele- 
mei.'tary Sdiool, Seaboard, Union 
Kempsville and Newlight. Games 
start each Saturday at 1:00 p.m. 

Iliere are a number d teams 
in the areas that need your hdp. 
Won't you give tbem a chance to 
havettt jiJ**^ ._ 




VIRGINIA mMCH, - 'He Vb"- 

^nia Beach Educattoa AaaodMion 
hM dr(W)ed iU reatricti<Kis agaimt 
N^DBMoNrs. 

The previouaiy al-whtte pd)lk 
sehod teachers' organiwHion voted 
last week to ddete tiie w«d 
•Sirhite" in the pwtiwi d its cot- 
stitution deeding with memiimhip 
qualifications. 

J. A .Lmn, preddaiA d the (»-- 
ganizatkm said tbs action was tak- 
en in order th^ the as aodd i on 
mi^ comply "in ^ter and ^ririt" 
with requirements dl tiie CMl 
Ri^ Act. 

Linn sdd the failure to teke such 
action mi^t jeqi^arditt tfie di0- 
biUty d the school system tat fed- 
eral dd. the Schod Boud lad fail. 

studdit. facdty. Mhn^ustrative 
and si4)ervisorary peramnd. 

There are no bmnediate plans 
im the actual oKrger d the wiiite 
and Negro Tte^hers' assodattosis, 
Linn said. Tbe white. Vfa-^^ 
Beach E(fajcatk» Aaaodatkn has 
dx>ut 1200 manbers, sad the N^pro 
Vii^a B«Kh Teaman' Educ»- 
ti<Mi Associatnn has AoalL 2S0 
membenL. 

linn sak} a Negro nas ap^ed 
for memberdup in the idiite as- 
sociation and his appUcdioa wiU 
be treated lite any ottier. He saki 
the aiH)licatian canoe frcrni a 
sderKe teadwr at B^si^ Hi^ 
School, the ody N^pft) currwitly 
serving on the faculty 0f a {H-edcMni- 
nately white schod; 



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Harristm, a native of Sas 
Cisco w4w had lived in Virgima 
Beadb two ywrtJ^W a sales 
manc^er d P. F. OdUer Enqa^ 
pedaOo. 

He «m a kM ff^eiMpR Bn^ 
riaon d Noifolk and t^ late Afrs. 
Patricia Wddeman Harrison. 

Beddn hia father and brother 
Bruce, he is nirvived by a sister 
Robin, aad another brother Jeffery, 
both d Virginia Beach, Ua nater- 
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CiHnNtral Alvln York becam^ a national hero by eaptWflBg CSer 
ma machine goa nests, Odober 8, 1918. 

The tost college commencement in Ami^M^lwa heM at Haij. 
ari CoUege, Odober 9, 1642. Alaska was transferred te the U.S^ 
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MlMft ax^UfAUr his first Jp^^^j^ *1^^^!S 
n, Mtk^djOnHhi^^iiUta of fto A iB «^tllilBH»w B #* 
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October 12 Is Columbus Day. At two o'clock on the inonitag 
of Odobw 12, U92, the cry of •Xwid" dgnifled that Cotambiu 
had reaped the New World, 
lie White HoQse cornerstone waa laid, Odober M, MW, 
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BEACH RESIDENTS 
ATTEND CONFERENCE 

1%t VlrfiiiiA AaMctetion of m- 
a^ en dait Baamw^gy Sdioo} 
hdd V» SecfiM Amol C(«lereiK% 
at St CathtfiM's Scbod b Rkdh 
nond, on 0<Mbtt S. 

Dr. wmUvn Praoly, bei^mot- 
«r of ttw We^ninirter Sdwol, A%- 
l«te. Mid tomer head of the Na- 
tkml Aandatiin U Ind^>aideiA 
pdVKd ^draised ttM i^twp M the 
opmlng senbn. Lata* to the 
m«niing ^mt w^f worfadx^ fa* 
the teacfaen. 

Mn. Robot D. Wilson, dir«cte 
of VkgUa Beach Friends Scfaod. 
qnitt to the first grade teadwn 
(W "Hd{di^ CMldrai Readi Ibeir 
Potential." 

After iimch Prof. Gtem 0. 
Blou|^, of the University of Mary- 
Und and an authcR- <tf 0^ new 
So^F^mnaan serin, adA«M^ 
the ctmfemoe on the sid>Ject. 
"Science In tlw Ekmoitary 
School." 

Attendu^ bom Vftrgfaiia B«»d) 
were the Evo^ Sdhod facul^; 
Mrs. Fruk Saog&. fii^ grada 
teadier at Virginia BeAdi Fri^ids 
School, and Mrs. WUsm. 



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Stop the World — / Wmt To Get Off 

STOP THE ^VOMJ»->I WANT tO faffis^s daughter in na»ria^ ttttt» 
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rks by Ledie Bricusse and An- 
tiiony Newley; dire<|#d by Pen- 
ny Martta; BHmcal ^-edtlM by 
Faye MacKinnon; cboreograpby 
by Nancy MoCSees. 

■Hie Courtyard Playhmae, the 
h(nne (rf the Uttle Hitter of Vir- 
ginia Beach, opoKd Us docNrs for 
a new season last FVkii^ night 
with *a f^y and a new dec»r 
simply stunmd those in attendance 
for tlMB KS^imsng production d "Stop 
the World-I Want To Get Off." 

Hie opening ni^t was enridwd 
by men in tuxedos and women In 
ktvely evenii^ ^wns. Kit, tibefar 
attire did not t^ke away froni the 
aura of a j^^tfdudkn that was 
staged. . 

"Stop the World," a musical 
comedy, is the "life story" ol an 
Engli^ ccaranoner, Littlechap; his 
k)v6s, his conquests, aiMl his en- 
evitable defeat. More or less it is 
a spofrf* of modern-day ^ockty 
and tlK strug^ that Cams ev«ry- 
tne who is taring to make a go 
<tf it. 

I.ittlgch|p is remarkably pv- 
tri^sd by 4 young man win Ins 
more talent than most actors put 
together, La^m Watson. Watson 
was 8pl«^ thnH#oat the {m>» 
duction, except in two of his num- 
bers where he s^med to str^ 
his vokt 00 the bi^io- ac^N. 
Otfier than Uiat, his performance 
was flawl^s. 

His wife, Evte, was {di^ed by 
Miss Ann Fulcher, who was ik^ 
ing slK>rt of excellent. Not only 
did Miss F\ik^er play the role ol 
the wife, but she played the part 
(tf tfiree of Uttlechap's wonwn \a 
met in his travels as a «»mpany 
fxacHitive. 

Hie setting for the prodwtum 
is a circus tent, wbei« Uttl^^s^ 
is a -clown. In trying to gain ap- 
proval fr(Hn his "audience** on 
stag^ for Ms performance, littb- 
chap finally resorts to acting to 
^ain eveiyone's attentiwi. Tcm 
the st(ty begins. 

At first Littlediap is the "tea- 
boy" for a lai^e firm, where he 
meets, and wina the hand (tf the 



the h^ of the company aiad a 
s<^ in ^ House of Ckxnmatt. 
^Su-ee lovers, two childrm, and 
a life-time later, Littlechap finally 
retires to a r^ h(»ne for ^kln'^ 
socialitfts. 

Hie aitke (gtidiiction was i»tk- 
{»ced frota beg mdog t% »d. Not 
once did we dftrct any slawo^ 
(kywn (» the cast's part durij^ ^ 
play. ! ' 

It waned to us ttat Uw Aatb« 
cast ,froe(i ttie dwrus to tte bad- 
ii% players was well ca^ ^nqy 
Martin, %bo dirs^d the ptedpa* 
tion did a Riagnifteent ^. Aad 
tt-.ai ag«n the people 1^ had to 
work with were some (tf the noA 
talented adcnrk and actresses to 
step up<m B stage. 

Om d the ia^M^^ng ii|^^its 
of the play was tl% part dhOte 
"B(^." An un-aeen character, 
•'the Boss," was porbTqred by Two 
Rice playing the ^poit, a «XI- 
year-oid Musical oitrummit, ob- 
tained from the WQUanosbiai Re- 
storati(». Society. 1|ka Serpeitt is 
the or 




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syjptwb, JiL &itton,*^i^ tfl. 
rector di dia grand joo. i^oto^ 
played an important part ta tile 
p}s^, ^vli^ emplusts to Mgb 
jwints and key sceiKs. 

1);m bouaa was ^ek«i.aQd'tfae 
audience seemed s^Il-bound dur- 
ing the fntire production. Jf ai^ 
oae n^is^ this fii^ vrork^ ol art 
they have missed nm^hing. It Is 
qot a play ^ duklr«i. \k is |trkcl- 
ty for an adult audii»i^. C9i&lE«a 
would not graqi soom ^ the 
munor envolved. 

If this {Hrpdactkm is any Uikeft' 
tion as to what wUl follow this 
year at tte Courtyard Playhouse, 
reside^ of Tidewater and visitws 
aUke can )sxk. f«rward t| a sea- 
son of fv» entertainment. 

Stop the WorU— I Want to GA 
(M, wiQ be sta^ ftree n^iis 
each week for tt» remainder ol 
October. Hie n^ts tiMs ^y wffl 
oe staged are Oct. 8th. &i, lOtt, 
15(h,. 16th, 17th. 22nd, aSrd, and 
24th. 

Pr()ductions slated ftr this seft* 
son are "^rat N^, Lovely 
Night:" "Night of tha Iguaeii;" 
"Life With Father;" and "Wnb 
How th^ Run." 

Our bat is off tp ^ |a^ that 
worked haird inake the opeiii^ 
of this seaaonof Uie (Wtyard 
Playhouse a smashing , stxx^ 
They M a won(te^ul pa. We wi^ 
rhem tbs best of k^k bi ttie r«it 
af the season-oJadc Moots. 

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627-4523 

QUARNSTROM, INC. 

3336 Cromwell Drive 

855-0995 

W. J. ROACH COMPANY 

3101 Lafayette 9lvd. 

UL 3-6554 



S & B ELECTItONICS, INC. 

5031 E. Princess Anne Rd. 
853-0675 

SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. 

201 West 21st Street 
AAA 7-7431 

TaCO TV & APPUANCi 
OOMPANY 

2328 E. Little Creek Road 
^ Roosevelt Gardens 
Shopping Center 
JU 3-1525 



WARDS TV - APPLIANCES 

543 E. Little Creek Rbad 

JU 3-4531 
136 Janaf Shoppng Ctr. 

UL 3-9366 

WEST TV ft APPLIANCE 

38 Southern Shopping 

Center 

JU 7-1212 

WESTB»^ AUTO SUPPLY 
OMMPANY 

4248 DovAmtoWn Plaza 



622-4721 

122 West 21st Street 

627-6221 

Southern Shopping Ctr. 

JU 7-8744 

.WHITE ELECTRIC CO. 

3824 Grar\by Street 
MA 5-58Q£„ * 

E. K. WIUON ft SONS, 
INC. 

3314 Debree Avenue 
AAA 7-2311 



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OORK PADWCK'S 

VIEW 

of 
VIRGINIA BEAQH 






It was a beauts «^^0 k OuMotM^k — Uie mm&iet wm 
kiMlfy ffiibofln, the oouBtryade acemy tdT&Ux^y rdaxkig. tt« 
»%ofimwdaaoia at tiw Im a3nrfartdi>fe and pl^saitt, te coouradaliip 
feitive, and ttie ^peators stimulating apd idling. The Virgfaya Rren 
WonMn i^ne ki^aafidip tw the ei^^ amuud n^eting. 

Wcinai d tiie v^ing pr^a cbme in ail slut)^ and stes and agea. 
Itor jobi rarf from tiw vnttta^ <rf one ctAarni to tiw adtttaf Md 
re^xNHbility of an entire new^)ap«-. Some tavvd exteiulv^; t^wrs 
nmahi at ^e hnne beat. But every mw iua the same taitense hxA 
about ha--^atort awl ii^reatad, and sli^tfy fnBticl 

N(A many, ot the ladi» hoU member^ ta any otho* divbs or »• 
gani2ations (they don't have time!', but whfti tlw Virginia Preas 
Women an c^ed tf^etba: once a yeu, aoly an importaiA news story 
br^iii^ is OM^dered emergency enou^ fo keep tiiem fttmi attaiding 
— dte^tnt&i JwabMidt ieft with tiie wedcaid care ol iKxise and chil> 
dren was the nonnal state of affain fo rtbe major^ . . « 

Ei^ ^raluttMi has bufinais thai muslbe aHeaded to md par- 
liamcotny procedure that must be observ^; aixl wlm the pr^ 
mam th&miae they are women and becaioe diey are menbes of 
te |8«ai) get to^ttie-, tiie MMiofU are r^the- involved with everyone 
tidU^ m active part in the discussions. Wh^r it be a {xnnt d 
ffalfji^al spoidiijg (X a peodii^ law»^ lo akt the pay rad the status 
of womm in news work, the ladies all have somethii^ to say and th^ 
say it ... ' « 

Business is n«:«sary wd must 1m taken care of but poiiaps ttie 
mat ritamdating to the .ever-inquMng minds cl tfie repmters are the 
scheduled speakers who tall^ about everyone's first tove — tl» writing 
of a good ^ry. 

An Mkireaa by Herny J. Teyhff, wdl-known colmmM mi former 
dipbmat, on "IirtemtaV>nal News md Probkira" painted a pictare of 
grim reality beyond the sfrfieres of liberty. 0.^. Lk^ Jr., the (fi- 
're^OT of Pidriic Infwmi^km torn the <^^ (tf PuWc Affain of 
NASA, tdd of aome of the problems met in the ptMc relatkm fidd. 
And Guy Friddell, autho- asid editorial page editor firam ^the Virginian 
Mot, hdd his audimce spritbound as he alternately praised and 
sympathized with die probl«ns of won^n writers, and rdated some of 
his personal exp«-iences in recognizing and oi^^ning a good story. 

As is cu^(»nary at the anmial meetings, winners of first pla(% 
awards for excellaice ia, r^rting, writing, aid editing w«« rea^pihc- 
ed aad {xwented certificates at the banquet alia- a speedi by Lt 
Gov. MiUs E. Go-dan, Jr., and a welctatw'by the eno^ve vice picsi- 
doit of tl% Virginia Retail Merchants Associatkm. 



Enjoyed also vere a cocktail |Hii| mA liliipi|Mi im (llmliilii pn- 
eee#^ the awards dinnw; and the next day a OMtina^ te-eakfast; 
sherry and luncheon hosted by the Chartottesvilfe DaUy Progress, 
and talks on "Joumalian Sdwlarahips" by Lindsay B. Mouirt, ei;- 
ecuUve editor U the Daily Progress; and fn "Natkmal Jews" hf 
Bonnie Angek), reporter and oo^nnist for Newhouse papan, and a 
former presklent of Women's National Press Clid>. 

It's frai to go to a conventfan, it's nice to meet at last the face Oat 
goes wjh a taame ... but probably the most benefit comes from tiie 
^JB^iratwn gained among women with a conanon goal 

~^JSr^ ^I *5®"' ""^ "^*^ ^*<»<^ an^ worry about penmal 
probkMM of indivkiual human beings. Press ^^ 

prod others to see the needs. 



CNAMBBI CONCLUDES STUDY 



wonen must wrtfe ts 






- Tliey m by4km and tbqr Uke nwards. but It b not imporlaH to- 
« f4tek.e9orter if anyaa^ iama she was partly 

9BiirmV!!fy of text books to school diUdtw toe peer to amdiiiie 
WTO, or gettkig a law paased through fte General Aasembiy B Is 
amy feaportant that something good comes out of what she wrftei 



BKnUCXW— nw Vbrghria State 
C^mAm of O B Bwnwee Ims eon- 
diidwl a year bng stui^ of die 
need lor state si^orted industrial 
(acflitiM ftiSK^ by recwnmend- 
ing the estaUlshment of a kan 
guarantee tend to be cr«ated by 
ttia General AssMobfy to as^ k> 
flatt^i^ new ttid exiMng b^is- 
try taiVUrglnia. 

In a 70 page report approved 
unananoudy by tiie Cluonbo-'s 
BoB^ of Dirednt, the XNnaa 
eonrmittee, hraded by FV«kUn 0. 
Bkdanan d NewiKnt News, also 
recMnmencted ch^ei in the tax 
^ructure the coiranittee felt was 
detrimental to ecoionuc growth 
aai AKTimiiMtory to new mi 
eristh^ in^ry wd took a irtrm^ 
stttid apinsi tax conceniMUi, gen- 
eral otriigation bonds, ^ revenue 
bomte. as state ai& for attracting 
new indu^. 

The loan guarantee p^ would 
have dw Si^ crrate an agency 
to be knovm m the Vir^ma Indus- 
trie Bitttaebs Ai^MMity wMcb 
would be Mitlxtriaed to isaie guar- 
antee Of tous secure by leas^ 
and/cNT second nuu^ages on in- 
dustrial plants, the guarantees 
would be back«] by a trust fund 
of $1 million dollars for eadi }%ar 
d the Itou^iin to be ap{»ii^iated 
%y tlie General Asseii^ly. tlU fund 
WiU be admbiistered by the Au- 
thority and would be invented fa) 
State or U. S. government bonds 
For tius service a |»tmium oi ap- 
proximately cm percent of t^ 
wnount ci the piarantee outrtand- 
ing would be charged. 

Hie Authority wotdd receive, re- 
view, and ap^ve or eUst^prove 
ai^ications for and make guaraiv 
tees of term bans each sectu^ by 
lease and/or Moind mortage to 
finance up to 40 parent. The guar- 
antee would cov»- montiily pay- 
'siotts of die loan in event of de- 
fault. The Author^ wotM be ao- 
potnted by the Governor and miy 
^ to coi^rmation by the Gen- 
eral Assembly. In order to obtain 
a^iroval ot^ Aitfhority, dve in- 
Aistrial ftm wwdd first have to 
olMain a cMrni^tmtiit d a first 
mortage loan from a ctrnventiona} 
leider of at ^tst SO pax:eiH of die 
project eqst and a c ommitment 
from a k>ad dev^pmeiA ecapora- 
tica of lA kMft 10 pocent (A ^ 
{SDJect coist ftat wouki be sid)pr- 
dina^ to ttie stale 
tean. — t 




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MATIONAL SCHOOL MINCH WRK OCTOIBI 10-16. In Hw 
Ofrranl sdiool yaor alMuf It million cMI(k«n will b* aarvMl 
nuhlnow iiooiNMy wMlt unair Im Ncrtionol Sdiool mnmi 
Pngnm, If It Mbninlslorod by flio UJ. Popailniiiil of Agil* 
ciilhiro's Comomw aiMl MUrmHiia Sorvlco, vdiidi pro^Hdoo 
oBOtfl o fWh of Nio lolol coM In cohi oim fooo« TMs woipmi 
makoc H possiblt for chlMron lo onfoy a c o iiyl a l o hmdi for on 
ayora||o poymont of only 1HF conN. A loom of Nw Morly S 
MKon hindiot contumod lotl yoor won lorvod froo or of 
iMocod prtcot to yowi^lort who coiM oof afford tho Ml 
priM. About 71,000 pvblic iincl noi i- |Mo ftl privolo idiools oro 
oxpodod to tarin port In tho program fWt yoor. 



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FIRMS MAKING 
ESTIMATES 

VlWJn^A MACa - Two Tide- 
water real estate firms are mak- 
ing imkfD^dent estimates of the 
fair market vahie ol the 144-acre 
site south of Sandbrid^e tbt city 
wislKs to buy fw a r6creatJon 
area. 

Tolson ft TaykM- of Vin^ia 
Beadi and Goodbnan^ar-Hoiam 
of liaiUXk wa«>i»iced Uieam^t^ 
their estimates within a week «■ 
t«i dam City Purchasing A«ent 
CuTol G. Ckw# saul lairt "^hurs- 
•day. ' 

ilie city is asking flie tWwn 
Bmemi AdnMnistratktn to pay SO 
per celt of the purchase jffice 
und«- federd opwi spaces leglsla- 
tton. Tlje ai^'alsal by tl» two mei 
«Aate finm ta required by the 
gweinme at 



Arris May Run 

VIRGINIA BEAICH - Daniel J. 
Arris, 33, has said be would like 
to be Ken^sville Borough's cHy 
cwnciknan shouU the inctHnbei^, 
Swindell Polkxdt, resign oc deci(fe 
not to run again. "I'm definitdy 
intere^d," Arris saM last week. 
PolIod( has indkrated he virill st^ 
down aooD for reasons of health. 



Arris, as weU as Planning Com- 
mis^on Qiairman A. L. Bonney, 
have be« mentimed as possible 
successors. 

Arris has lived in tl^ Kemps- 
ville area since hs retired from 
the Nievy about four y^s i^ and 
is one d the ttu^e pre^nt owners 
of ^vindeU Pdbdc lasuraoce Agiai- 
.ey wfaidi wte add tt»ee y^rs ^o. 
Tlw (rthri- ownem are C% TV^as- 
urer V. AMxei Etheridge and 
Firsdt ISdbon. 



a plan #ou]d oioourage die 
d pr^ate twia Mo indotrial fi- 
nanciagHui4 would fill die ^p be- 
twent kidii^tei koking at Vtaiginia 
of the 'tj^ d^" variety wbo are 
tiAt to pro^Ue Uidr own financing 
and the "fly-by-night" variety wiio 
are not detired (m* acceptable ui 
the first place. 

"There are nuny refMiBble, wdl 
managed growtti con^^iies kiok- 
ing at Viri^ who wouM mate a 
defiirite contr&utton to the Vii^inia 
economy and are umd>le to obtafai 
the fuU credit th^ need for a new 
piant facility." said Bfedmaa. 
"Ttiis pkm muM encourage sudi 
companies and provide still anoth- 
er tool to our oomnwnities wiw 
need and derire hirtho* economic 
growth." 

Another part of the r^xirt. to be 
released later this fall, wiU be a 
handbo<A prepared from informa- 
tim compiled by the committee, 
^at will describe a& metlMxb of 
iwhistrial financing now avaihriile 
in Virginia with examj^ of how 
conmunJties have successfuHy put 
tog^ier a financii^ "package" 
utilizing diese s<Kirces. Bk«hman 
onphasized that (me of die majw 
cMKhisions ol the study wu "the 
ai^rent lade of toowledge of the 
excellent and (Uverse financing we 
now have available dirough esteb- 
li^ied loKttng institutions in the 
state." Hk handbodt will be dis- 
tributed to k)cal chamber of com- 
merce, industrial devdtqment or- 
gtoizations, and otho^ into-ested 
in attr^rting new business to tiietr 
communities. 

Regardii^ tax dienges the com- 
mittee made the folkywing recom- 
mendatkms: 

(1) That al {Ht>perty taxes tm 
inventories d goods destined for 
interstete conmerce be eliminated 
on the grounds ttiat such a tax 
unnecessarily restrict the free 
fkjw ^ ^Mxb and encourages 
wsffit^ill trws-flhipmeiHs in an ef- 
fort to avoid Ae tax. 

(2) 1!iat the State peraitt tocali- 
ties to make a 8q)arate da^fick- 
ti6B d rcMarch and devdiqanent 
equi|«ient^-the equiproait of sden- 
tffic li^ratories--and to fix a sep- 
arate rate of tax thereon. It would 
sarve to correct an apparait over- 
do in the 1964 ameodmeitt to the 
tax code that ronoved mck pn^p- 
rattes from tl» rtate tax on capiUd 
(at « carts per $100), th«^y 
mdc^ ttiem siii>ject to kad taxa- 
tion at tiw r^iUr rate on tai^BMte 
personal {X^perty. 

(3) Ibat the ^cffities d noo- 
pofit or nnaifc^l c(»poratois 
iMsed tormwe O^ one year to 



prtvUe todusMoito bo made sub- 
ject to state anl te^ ta»s on 
reia ratate and ftnaui ptipertar. 

In revtewte 0^ fouctaf pro- 
-ams ^flia^ hf o0ier i^tes ttn 
con^nittee reported it couU ftaid 
no suppwrt or lusUfici^km IfanNi^ 
out ^ iMa in recoRmei^bQ Ua 
cooM^ens or psmal oMIgitton 
bondi. 

Rsgmttag rsvwus bmd flnanc- 
ii^ ^ report admowlet^ed "coo- 
^ral^ si^port" in atmw quar- 
tera fn- revenue btmA finaiK^hig but 
kit "that tax exonf^itMi d ixatAs 
ii^usd to fiance private hiAs^rlal 
facility k wrong in principle" 
and io opposhg »ich finandi^ 
further rec o w m ne nd ed that the Vir- 
ginia del^^ion in Congress be 
requested te initiate or suppwt 
!e0Matl(»i that woidd remove the 
tax e^mpt advantege from all 
'ocal or state indusfrial revenue 
bowfc 

l^e conclusiois reach^ b the 
dudy were tlie r^ult of testimmy 
retted by the cwnmitte frwn six 
regknal bearii^ conducted this 
s|^i^ by &if study £roiq>: from 
qu»tk»maa*es anwered by )ocak 
diaaAMn of oommoice, iiKhjstrial 
jevf k^jment groiqw, awl buuness 
and gov^imi^ officials throi^ 
out mt ^ate. to addittoo. a seh- 
cMnmittee investigMed the r^uhs 
of the finuKing {dan used in '41 
othe- irtates and another RdKt»n- 
ndttee conqttied infoimathH] i (m 
exi^i^ finwd^ facilities oi Vir- 
ginia. 

Tiie report was initiated to de- 
termine if Virginia was cnnpetitive 
in such financing with o&^ south- 
ea^em aktier stales, and what 1^- 
islation, if any, was needed to 
make Virginia more con^iditive. 
The need of the study was endorsed 
by Gov«iK>r HarriSMi at the first 
-nectjig of dis OMTMnittee. 

t. E. Sdirdl m, president of 
Qie' Virginia £Karte Chamber d 
Qnvnare, . lauded the exceBotf 
wtMk (rf the group stating tfae 
r^Mrt "was objective, realistic, 
and coR^M^le" and that tiu 
contribirtioo of member of the 
cemmtttoe was in the true Vhrginia 
tralditim of dedicated servke to 
the Oommoowealth." 

Tba Ousnbar committee was 
composed of: FraidcHn 0. Blech- 
mas, C%idrman, Jones, Hecinian, 
WoUx h iEa^i Newport News; D. 
1^ Davis, Jr., Rocl&u^uan Devti- 
Oorperauon, luurisi^iburg; 
C. de ^MsA, Vb^m 
BMhabial Devekqpmeat Corpora- 
tk», Rkfamood: Walter I. Del- 
betfe, Vh^inia Ekctric k Po«wr 
Onnpittiy, Richmond; W. Fred 
Dudpworth, T. V. D. C, Nw^A: 
Jaam M. Ouican, Jr., Jbrms M. 
Dimcan, Jr., Realtor. Alexandria; 
W. J. Erwin, Dan River MUls, Inc., 
DanviUe; S. S. Ftythe. The First 
NatkHial Bank, Martimvile; Gd- 
mtrd G. Garland, Portsmouth 
ChambM' ol Qimhierce, Ports- 
RKKith; T. Maitiiall Hahn, Jr., Vir- 
ginia Polyteduiic IroCitute, Blacks- 
bia^; W. Wri^t Harrison, Viiginia 
NaUond Bank, ChartottesviUe; T. 
W. Harvey, Bruwwkk Corp«-ati«i. 
Marion; P. N. Haiter, Northern 
Viiginia Power Oonipany, Win- 
dmter; Allot J. Klingd, Jr., 
0631 Wakefield Drive, Apt 410, 
AJexaiKilria; Dotman M. MiUer, 
An^ladiiad Power Conqiany, Roa- 
ndce; llionnes F. Regan, Small 
Business A^idnistri^n, Rteh- 
mond; EUm Ridiards, Hie Fidali- 
ty National Bade, Lynchbuif ; John 
A. Sdiools, Rkteiond Chandler d 
Commerce, lUcfanxHid; R. R. 
Smith, Snath's Transfer Corp.. 
Staunton; Warren T. White, 1113 
N(»1h Siore Road. Norfolk; Rdiert 
N. Woodaff,-^ Noi^iHc & Western 
Railway Company, Roanoke; W. 
L. Heartwell, Jr., Secretary, Vir- 
ginia State Oiamber of Ccsnmerce. 
Rkfamoml. 



Vmoinia Beach Su 

VIRGINIA BETCH, VfRGINIA, THURSDAY, OaOBER 7, 1965 



SiaiONB 



ACS ELECTIONS APPROACHING 



New Home 



VIRGINIA BEACH - llie «(>- 
proach^ election of ASC aim- 
nwnity committees for farm pro- 
gram acbnbiistration in the City 
of Va. Beach was annou-icsd today 
by Chris KrahenbiU, Chairman, 
AgricuUwal StabUizatiw) and Con- 
servation County Cmunittee. 

llie cwtimunity committees as- 
sist tte A^C county committee in 
administo-ing the price ^pport, 
acreage diversion, agricultural 
cons^^atkm, and other farm-ac- 
thm progran«! in the county; they 
are parliculailjr respdhsiBTe for 
keeping their neighbors informed 
about the prc^ram. The county 
committee supervises the ASC 
county office and is respcmsible for 
the eKdministrati<m of the vari(His 
programs. i 

Votiag will be by mail, the 
Chairman «q)bdned, and baUoti 
^ve beoi s«it to eadi known 
eligiWe voter. In case eligible 
voters fail to. receive a ballcl 
through the mail, come by or 
call the Va. Beach ASCS Office. 
Generally, a farm owner, tenant, 
V shu-eoiif^ier is eUgible to vote 
tf he is el^te to take pari in 
one ts nxH'e of the progi^ams 
atbnhiirterod by the ASC c<Hmnit- 
tees. El^Mlity to vote o^ hold 
offKe as a committeanan is not 
restrkted by reason of race, color, 
creed, or national origin. 

E^elopes containing marked 

' i I " ■ ■ ■ - " ' 

Amnding Meeiing 



balloto may be m«led or returned 
to tfae Va. Beach ASC^ office any 
time before ^ptober 13. Ballots will 
be tabulate publicly by the county 
cmnmittee on October 18 at 8.0C 
p.m. at the ASCS Office. The piAllc 
is uTvited to witness Uie vote 
counting. 

The following slates of nominees 
for ASCS community committees 
have been announced: 

A. Kempsville: R. H. DeFord., 
Jr., Will Fe.itress. Harold Jackson, 
Ruf js Jordan, William P. Martin. 
H. P. MWgett, R. E. Rassdl.E. H. 
Shipp, R. S. Vanderploeg, and W. 
E. WogJA^ p ^ ^.._ 

B. Seaboard: E. L. Brinkley, 
Russell Brown, Alvah Dawley, IRay 
Newman, Gordon Potter, William 
Sawyer, Norris W. Shirley. S. W. 
S.Tuth, C. E. Upton, III and Robert 
While. 

C. Pungo- F. E. ^raiey, Jr., 
limmy Bri^t, Jae ^rnmghs, 
David Flanaga: . GoraW FYe*»man, 
James H(^ard, E. I. Robinson, 
Wilbart Spence, Ervin Vai^han, 
and Floyd Waterfield, Sr. 

D. Blackwater: John Cahoon,; 
John Contos, H. L. Davem)ort, 
Ralph Frost. L. E. Gilbert, W. H. 
GUb?rt, Luther E. Harris. Jeb S. 
Ives. Jr.. Waverly C. Miffphy, and 
Joe Pecsek. 




Dave Miller Realty moved Mo i^ new aM larger MMag It 

and heU a reccptfoe aad spa kewe. Mi^or Fnak Dasdi 

ribbon aai tauet tlwi soe hairid ferti 

of the hospitality provided. ItaWag prsndiy HareM JaoMf ^^ 

bolMter and derigner; Mn. Jerry Verdon. mtals. nd IHrn mm$k 

owner, greet the gu^s. tke aew IsMlig csaiaiH aver Ml 

feet of oHk% ^ce aid b toeated la the UM |Mock «t 



Beaeh Blvd.| 



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(sIsA ybslo by 





COL. RECEIVES 
ARMY MEDAL 

FT. BUSTK - Col. Jerome K.. 
Host^^. formerly of OrvUie,' 
Ohio. \>as awarded tt» Army 
Cammeadetk«,iledd at retir^nent 
coemonies. Ookiml Hostetler, who 
was commancfiii^ t&kxr of ^. 
Stay from July 1964 until Au^ 
1S66, was reviewing office* of the 
September gurison review at Ft. 
Eustk:, Va., of which Ft. Story 
b a mi>-po8t. He r^h-ed Oct. 1. 

Before gdng to Ft. Story. Cdwwt 
Hostetler was diief d the Move- 
Dwnt^ Divisicm Transportatuxi aA 
7lh Army headquarters in Ger- 
many. ^ 

Be^antaig his 22 year Army ca- 
reer as an auisted man. Colcmd 
Hostetler received his commission 
a^ cerofAHikm d'dficec candi- 
(brte achod in ^42. 

He to a i^acfaate of ttie .Army 
OxKncnd t-nJ fi«vral St^ Cd- 
lefe uul of Ohto kate yidvo^. 

Coknd and If rsl Hostetlsr plan 
to ^ in Virglaia Baadi. Va. 



MtatO. l«Brry 

VTOGINIaN^CH - Jdm G. 
Pfrnr/Dir^cUM- d the Virginia 
Bwoi lifflior dumber d Cob>> 
motx is atteiuiing a lf|ardh of 
Dimes campaign directiffs meet- 
ii^ this wcN^ in V^addngton, D. 
C. , 

Peny. Past State Chaplin of the 
Virgkila Jimior Chambet of Ctm- 
meroe and presently stfrte diab*- 
man d religkius dfaira for the 
Vkgida Junior Ctiandia* d Com- 
nieroe. is the area 1966 Mardi d 
IKmes Campaign Director. 

Perry is a past redpient d &e 
l^ate SpAe award idiich is gben 
to ttie Uq) five firit-year Ji^cees 
in the state d Virginia. 

He is a native of Winrtoop 
Salsm, N. C- and received his 
%ducatk« at R. J. Reynolds High 
School in 'wlnston-Salem and the 
Univsrslty of North Carolina aA 
Chapd Wai, N. C. 

Perry to jM-es^itly the regional 
sales manager for the Hunter Pub- 
lisMng Co., d Winston^on. 



EARNINGS 
INCREASE 



NORFOLK — Virginia Natlond 
Bank earnings for die first nine 
mopUis have shown an increase of 
^7,686 over the comparable pe- 
riod in 1964, reaching $3,120,772 aft- 
er income taxes or $1.79 per share, 
compared with $2,873,(^ or $1.64 
last year. Operating figures wa-e 
rele^ed today by R. Cosby Moore, 
fshi^nen of the bowd, and W. 
HnTiam, president, who not^ 
ths^ a jtfrong and brw^ l^^^^d 
kwn ^nand was ibs prindind 
factor in resulting ixxrem^ hite"- 
3st incwne, which (rffset a sigmfi- 
3irt increase in interest expense 
for the pertod. ' 

Averi^e deposits viere $407,115,- 
423 cof^pared with $381,961,959 in 
the comparative period last year. 
Total deposits m Septonber 30th 
were $430,279,274 coiHrasted with 
$^,3M,996 to 1964. Loans showed 
stroi^ growth totaling $271J06,7S7 
on September 3(Kh, compared with 
$2471474,3% on tlK same chte last 
year. On Se{Aeinber Mth total 
resources w«'e $486,397,^4 as txsn- 
pared with $449,098,325 last year. 
On June 30, 1965, Virginia National 
Bank ranked 9eth i^ size amoi^ 
the more than 13,000 badu in, the 
nattm. >- 

Both Moore and Hanlson charec- 
terized ^e Virginia economy as 
healthy and continually expamling, 
and predicted continuing bank 
growth durii^ the ranalning quar- 
ter d 1965. 



PRICE OF PEACEIUT AT 




OPEN HOUSE SET 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The Oc- 
tober meeting of the John B. Dey 
Parent-Teacher Association wiU be 
hdd Tuesday evemng at 8 p.m. 

Opeq House will follow the short 
iHishiess meeting. 

Refr«|hmenta will be served. 



NEW YORK-With the annual 
co^ of opwattng the UN p^ed 
at 99 caits for the average ^neri- 
can, Rdiert C. Benjamin, Unitad 
Nations Day Chairman and CMir- 
man d the National Citizens Com- 
ftdittee for Intmational Coopratiai 
Year, said here that "the ridicu- 
tously low cost d operating the 
United Nations is doubtlessly the 
greatest baifain ever offered to 
fe world." 

"We expect that iba fiuthctnn- 
ing White HlHise Conference m 
liAeriiati<Mid Oioperation whjdi 
Ihfeddent JdliUMi has called ^ 

ur&Iy to get die whde smaaiai 
story d intenuMoMl e<Np«ntiSB 
before the pIdlMc as wiV) as to 
main plans lor' the fcitiarc." Mr. 
Benjamin ^dcd. 

"The UN*8 accompMnient 
should be duNbed the ^ry tiid 
nobo^ knows. We pdilicbse ite 
debits, but fail to post its credits," 
he said. 

Mr. Benjamin pointed out thi^t 
UN peacdteeping forces had j»e- 
voited the m^re^ of hostilities 
In Kio^bnyr, kept disputants apart 
in the Gaza Strip, and had siffdy 
eWused die dvil war in Cyprus. 
Moreover, UN service organiza- 
tions have helped hundreds d peo- 
ple around tl» globe to hdp than- 
sslves, h^ve done remarkable 
tiling in epidemic control, and 




have ti^en sizat^ steps ^Vl 
making worldwide travd ader n 
nowe convede^ -^ 

But outskte d the UN, there M 
equally import«A poMic and 
vate ^ks toJotoniatkinal 
tion. 

The man on the ptred ^aqrirki 
unajvi^are that our State D^tff 
ment is engi^ in two tnt^rHi- 
tkmal con^ownces on asy 'af^n^ 
isarid^ (faiy d die year; ^iat 
rt |)to sa^ pSEunsit wUla hfMt 
IMS JHfr ptoMding in VIsMlk M 
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U.S. 

Russiiffi coadarpi^ 

ttanes on ^wcifM: am 

tspja |»#^aie aa sdr'lnM^ and 

ha0§ fiMiS and cdturiA m 

n^ty worii^ papers are b«fe|g 
prepared fmr tlw White Houss CM*' 
fersfice by joint govermnsdt Md 
pdvi^ cocMidttees. bi aiiUm^ 
reporte from na«e than Ifr gitegfr 
moftd agencies, am ml as (ran 
some 0OD {Mivate orgmhntkn^ ma 
being camckA to drtmaliM IIk 
ext^t ft»gdi% hil«nattaNN4 » 
apeita^tkn, bdh priv^e and gma^ - 
n^Ual, and what it has caatAi^ 
ed to die peace d the wadH tid 
the prosperity afjEB^ aatka*, te- 
eluding our ow£ J 



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PROCLAMATION J 



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To Decorate Emergency Room 




Beach 

ISO Is ceotribiitod for decoratioBS. PreseatiBg the 
chedk ta Eari WUs (il^) aisaiBMrator, is Bfra. Bagene A. Qrtai- 
slaad. past pesidMK «f tttt nnraaa (MBect* mvea Oab wUA 
taHal m BMsey villi a varMy ai gv^eds. Mrs. Desior C. BoMajr 
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A PROCLAMATION 

WHEREAS the United Nations General Assan^ h« 
the year 1965 as IntemaUonal Cooperation year; tfd 
WHEREAS the year 1965 also mariw the twentfefii 

the United Nations; and . 

WHEREASA international coopewtyi is essenuai 
ni«it d a p^ceful werld ordkff; ana 

WHEREAS international organizatkniB 4ire 
worW and provide the necessary foundation 

'^SlSis the wortd has moved toward W«roJioM| 
and organizatkm in recent years - especially within 
the United Nations agencies; and ^ 

WHEREAS the movement for iirtemattonal coopcraoja 
and will continue to have, the entfiuida^ support 
ment of the United States of Amfftoa; and 

WHEREAS it is highly desirable to assess ttus 
examine promptiy what further steps can be taken in tl» 
future toward enhancing international cooperaUon and 
world organization: 

NOW, THEREFORE, I. LYNDON B. JOHNSON. 
United States of America, do h««by ^^ 

-proclaim the year 1965^ be Iirt«nrtk»al Coop«ratia» 
the United States of AnMrica>-^ ^, 

— rededicate the Government of the Untted States to ma 
of intematkinal cooperatkm; and 

—direct the agencies <rf the Elective Brandi to exaaan 
ly w*at additkmal st^ can be taken in ^ direction to 
diate future. ' 

I also call upon our national dUaen organizations toa 
tensive educational programs to iitform Adr ttmeba^^^^pm 
progress in international cooperation ami urge tten to &miimt 
further steps can be taten. 

IN WITNESS WHEEtEOF. I have iMrranto set toy ham tsA ^ 
the Seal of the United States d America to be affixei. 

DONE at the City c^ Washii^toi thll sec(aM) day d 
year of wr Lord nineteen taidred and ^xiy-Bve, aad 
poMknce d tiie Unit^ ^^Aes <rf Ameriea tiw out 

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4713 Haygood Road 
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y :iS aJ-a. — Churcti School 
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H4YG0O0 METHODIST 
^ CHURCH 

8149 Bayshore Road 
8:80a.m^ 9:45 a.in. and 11:00 

a.m. — Worahip Services 
9:46 am.— Church School for 
all age groaps 
1 1 :00 am. — Second sMsion of 
Church School for children 
up through 7th grade and 
amlta. 
7:00 p.m.— Methodist Youth 
Fellonshlp fox young people 
7th, 8th and 9th grades in 
junior High Group and IQtb 
grade up for Senior Group. 
Fnends welcomed. 



KNOTTS ISLAND .^ 
METHODIST CHURCH 

KiTotU Island, N.C. 
. Ro^rt C. BUch, MiaisUr 

10:00 a.m. — Sunday School 
/1 1 :00 Shm. — Worship Servica 

BAYLAKE METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Shore Dr. at Treasure Island 

Drive in Bayside 
RayasMiUI E. Maasar. MiBiatai- 

8:30 * ll:00a.ra. — Worship 
Service ^ 

9:45840.— Sunday Schcg*^ 

CHARITY METHODIST 

I " QiURCH E 
Baek Bay, Virginia 

LaaUa E. Graaa, IliaUlar 

10:00 a.m. — ^CKureb School 

I I ;00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

SiELEM METHODIST 
CHURCH , 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
EMory S. EHmora, Miaiatsr 

10:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
H :0O a.m. — Church School 
7:80 p.m.— Yoath Fellowship 

COMMUNITY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Acndale — Kempsville 
Rav. JahB L. Kiblar, Jr. 

9:45 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m.-^Moming Worslijip 
7:80 p.m. — Youth Fellowship 

LYNNHAVEN METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Little Neck Road 
Reiv. Oacar V. Rodrif vas 
10:00 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a..m — Morning Worship 






ST. AIDANS 
SP1S(X>PA|. CHURCH 

King's drant Road 

A Edinburg Drive 

Phone 340-3780 

L. J. Taylor, Jr., VIear 

10:00 a.m. — Holy Comm union 

(first and third Sundays) 
Morning Prayer, 8nd and 4th 

Sundays 
Church School (concunant 
with services) ^ 



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ST. NICHOLAS 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

644 ittle Neck Rd. 
-Phone Jifl-121i 



%my, Tbomas M. Sai 

Sunday Masses — 8:16, 9:30, 
10:46, and 12 Noon in the 
Church; 11:00 in Princess 
Thaatre, 8177 Virginia Beach 
Blvd. 

Confessions — Saturday 4-6 p.m. 
and 7-8 p.m. 



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Tha ChuKh ia Iha graataat fad* 
on aarth te flie baiidiiv of chane- 
Iw and jood ci t iaa Mhip . It ia a itora- 

"iifiatt of apiritual vajuaa. WMwut a 
itimif Churdi, nai&tf daaaocrti^ 

:. aer dvilizatton ean aurviva. llMai ^ 
.aiS four aovmd reaaan* why tvaQT - 
pmoB ahoald attand lervicai refo- 
hriy and amort Um C^reh.^'ni^ 
an: (1) Mk 1^ Mm laka. (S) Fbr 
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We have newer and finer schools llian ever before, 
pis is one of the marks of progr^a. 

But another is that we have more and faster automo- 
Wlei than ever before. .. .. _. . J -.-^ .i.!...,, . 

» A» we guard each "school zone" with sifnrand safety 
^feols and policemen and volunteers. We do this to pro- 
tect our children from the dangers of progress, while 
tl»y are enjoying the fruits of progress. 

The dangers of progress are not always physical. 
Many are moral. They threaten the character and faith 
of a rising generation, caught in the erratic tempo of 
modem life. 

, Happily, in every community of our land, PARENTS 
and CHURCHES are joining hands to promote the spir- 
itual ^velc ppyent j p fjouth ... ,,to protect Msouls of pur, 
children. 



MOUNT OLIVE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

jL Warraa Cbata, Paator 

9:30 a.m.— Church. School 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
1:30 p.m.— Svdninf Worship 



CARROW. 

BAPTIsf CHURCH 

Rav. Gary 9. ThooipaaA 

9:45 a.ni.— Sunday School. 
1 1 :00 a.m. — ^Worship Servdoe 
6:46.Bi. — Vesper Servica 
6:30 p.m. — Training Upio^ 
7:30 p.m.— BVangeUsa^ 
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KALA CHU|tCH OF CHRISJ 

Creeds, Virginia Beach, Va. 
W. T. Weaver, Miaiatar 

10:00 a.<B. — Bible School 
1 1 :00 a-BL — Moaning Worship 
6:46 p.m — Youth Progrann 
7:30 pm— -Evening Won^ 



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CHURCH OF CHRIST 

1460 Va. Beach Biyd. Oceana 

Roy N. WilMB, Miaistar 
ITJ:00 a.m.— BBble Study 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7 :00 p.m.-r-Bv^ning Worahifi) 

'^IRST CHURCH OF QHRIST 
ffc^^ SCIENTIST .A- 

209 '20th Street 
11:00 am. — Church bervicf 
S:00 p.m.-^-^ISMinesday . —' 
Service ^* ' 



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11:00 a.ni.— Iii# Commute 

Sernum (First Sunday) 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Prayw 

Sennon (2nd, 3rd, and 4th 

days) 

9:46 ajs».-caiurch Sdwol (Sep- 
tember-June) (Nursery thnnigh 

Adults) 
10:00 •jn.-WeeJ^ Day-Holy Com- 

munim 
10:30 a.m.— "niursdays-Laying <m 

of Hands . 



LaKlES METHODIST 
CHURCH 

S560 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Rev. C. Katoo Gray 
8:30 a.m. — Early Worship 
Servica 
9:46 a.m. — Church School 
ll:00a.rl|.— Late Worship 

6:00 p,m.— Youth Fellowship 

BETHEL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Frincew Anne 
Roy R. Jac^anr FMtfr 

10:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
II -M a Ju.— Church SchobT 

208 naza Trail 
Harbart G. HaW>9, PMfor 

0':46a.m. — Church School 
11:00 %-»—Wo^p Service 
7:00 p.nj.— Youth , Fellowship 

ARAGONA BAPtlST 

CHURCH ^^>-— ^^ 
Now Meeting In Louise 
Lukford Elementary Schtel 

N. 0. Cll^oB, Paator 
0:45 a.m.— Sunday &hool 
I liO0a.m.— Morning Worahip 
^:30p.tai. — Traininf union 
7 :30 pm.— Evening* Worship 
7:30 p.m.— Wed. Trayer 
Keating 



OLD DONATION 
JEPISCQPAl. CHURCH 

449 Witch Duclt Road^ Baybide 
8.00 a.m.- Holy Communion 
(SExcep^ during rector's va- 
cation) 

10:00 am.— Morning Prayer 
and Sermon (Holy Com- 
munion on first ^unoay of 
each month.) 



fUiil R. AWrkh, Paator 

9:4li.»i. — Sunday School 
10:4Ba.t(. — Morning Worship 

TEMPLE EMANUEL 

26th and Baltic, Va. Beach 
Phttip Pincua, Rabbi 

7 :80 a.TO.— Services Mon.-Fri. 
8:15 p.m. — Friday-Sabbath 

10:00 am. — Saturday Sabbnth 
Servico 
8:00a.«. — Services Sunday 



EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

233 Bow»«n Road 
Rav. Charlaa R. Mcptalay, 

8 :00 a.m. — Holy Communion 
10:00 a.m. — Holy Communion 

(iBt & 3rd Sunday) 
10:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer 

(2nd & 4th Sunday) 
Church School follows ' the 
10:00 a.m. Service. 
Nursery service is available. 



EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(Epiaccmal) V. 

B. Sidney SajiJaira. Rector 

8 ;00 a,m. — Holy Communion 
9 :00 a.m. — ^Fan»iiy Service 
and Momfng Flrayer 
(3rd Sunday Holy Com- 
munion) ,. , 
U :00 a.m.— Morning Prayer, 
sermon (Ist Sunday Holy 
Communion) 



EMANUAL LUTHERAN 
. CHURCH 

Lynn l^hores Drive at Va. Bch. 
KaaiMth A. Price, Paator 

9:10 a.m. — Sunday Church 

Schijol 
10:30 a.m. — Worship Service 

(nursery provided) 
6:30 p^. — Luther League 

EVANGELICAL LLTTH ERAN 
CHURCH OF tHE 
GOOD SHEPHERD 

1489 Laskin Hoad 
Rav. Dickaon W. Taylmr > 
:30 a.m. — Worship 
:30 a.m. — Church School . 
1 1 :00 son — ^Worship 

(Nursery provided) 
6 :30 pnt — Luther League 

OUR SAVIOUR'S 
LUTHERAN CHURCH . 

Baylake Pines, Bayside 
Kannatk R. Carbaugh, Paator 

8:15 ajn. — Worship Service 
9 :30 ftm. — Church School 
1 1 :0O a.m. — Worship Service 



Wants J. Millar, Mlniatar 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday school 
11:00 a.m. — Church Service 



LYNNHAVEN 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Village 
Rav. Marion R. Webb, Jr. 

9 :46 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m. — Youth Fellowship 
6:30 p.m. — Pioneer Fellowship 
7:30pjn. — Evening Worship 



ST. FRANCIS' 

^iscop^ Hissimi 

500 Rosiiteonti EoM 

Vlrgtoia l^Mdu Va. 

Rav. aaytaa ». Crlgfw 

, Vicar-lBCbarca * 

9:16 a.V. — Church School 
10:15 a.ft. — Worship Sorvfcf 
Nttnery Provided 



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10 rl5 a.m. — (%urch 
11 :15 a.ttL — Ifotning 



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STAR OF THE SPA 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

14th St. & Arctic Circle 
Hav. Francis V. Bambriclt 

TRssEs 

Winter— 8 :00, 9 :30, 1 1 :00, 

12:15 , ^ , 

Summer — (June 1-Labor Day^ 

7:00, 8:00, OjOO, 10:00, 

ll'M, 12:00 

Daya— «:00, 7:00, 9:00 
id 6:30 p.m. 

ly, winter— 6:30, 8:46 
Hvmn(«r> 8:45 a.m. only 
CobfMttotts— 4:00 to 5:00 and 
7i00 to 8:00 p.m. Saturday 

MATTHEWS 

lOlo'Wint I*ne, Va! Beach 
''t^ar* Cttiaim, Fallvsr FinAay 

Ittinmer Kasses— T:30, 9:00, 
10:^0 and 12:00 
Coitlessioh each Saturday 4:00 
to B:0O aal 7:00 to 8:00 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 Aragona Boulevard 
M. Bland Dudley, Mintatar 
8 :30 a.m.— ^Wonhip & Church 
School 

-Worship & Church 



9:30 a.m 
School 
11:00 a.m 
School 



-Worship & Church 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Pacific Ave. at 36th St. 
John S. LyIaa, Paator 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
Nursery Service Provided 



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PRINCE OF PEACE 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(Missouri Synod) 

424 Kings Grant Koad 

iLav, J. Elmer Medlay, Paator 

8:00 a.m. — Divine Worship 
9:15 a.m. — Sunday School 
and Bible Class. 
10:30 a.m.— Divine Worship 
Holy Communion — Ist and 3rd 
Sunday. 



KINGS GRANT 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

(Now meeting in the King's 

Grant Elementary School) 

Raymond C. Flitton, Paator 

9 :50 a.m. — Sunday School 

1 1 :00 a jn. — Morning Worship 

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BAYSIDE PRESBYTERIAN 

CHURCH 

Near Bobbins Comer 

Rev. J. B. Johnson, Paator 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 

11:00 am— Morning Worsh» 



-THALIA TRINITY 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Now meeting in the ThaUa 

Eilementary School ' 
Irving R> Stvbba, Miniatar 
9 :S0 ».m.^-Moming Worship 
10:45 a.m. — Church School 



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CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHUltCH 

First St., Glenrock, Norfolk 
E. Crowall Coolayv Paator 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 aim. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m.— What-Nots 

Fellowship 

6 :30 p.m. — Pioneer Fellowship 
6 :30 p.m, — Young People's 

Fellowship 



°—^- OCE AN PARK— 
COMMUlflTYjHURQL^ 

DuPont Circle. Bayside,^^. 
Paai E. M«?ttMMii, Th4M.. 

d:45a.m.— Bible «:hool 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — ^Family Night 
Service 



CHURCH OF GOD 

620 14th Street 
Bobby H. Sams, Paator 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Worship 



VIRGINIA BEACH 
COMMUNITY CHAP«. 

Laskin Bd.. LinltKom Bay 
iUr. Richard W<||^rdl, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.— Sui^kf^^ School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — ttoibing Worship 
11 :30 a.m. — Children's Church 

8:00 p.m. — ^yf&mg l^rv^ V 

SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN 
CHUItCH 

111 Lopopgh Ave., 
Bellaaiy Manor 
Beadh, Va. 
idfrtcfc Parkar 

lunday School 
oniing WonAiip 
hikj|r9as Chnrch 



Virginii 
Rav. J. F 

9 :46 a.m. — 
il:00a.m 
il:30a.m.T . ^. 

7 :30 p.9i.-H£vemng ^irvicf 

LYNNHAVEN COLQNY 

UNITED 9HURCH 
(Congregational Cb|^||ian) 

•ireat Ned Bd. near 
Tha Rev. Tbo. H. 
9 :45 a.m.— 4^hurch 
U :00 a.m.— Morning 
7:30 p.m. — t^lgr|m , , 
Fellowship 
NurtSery f^ smaU childraa 

(CongragAiaaal Chilstlaa) 

Meetinn In Baaihwoke M^or 

ElematiU^ School 

Rav. Cb^las F. PMran 

9 :30 a.m.— C^ch ^tp^ 
10:30 a.m.— Worship • * 
N\irsery at all'senri^aa 

FRIENDS MEETINa 
©(l«akar) 

Laskin Road 
9:45a.ni. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Meeting for ' 
Morning Worship 



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ASSEMBLY OF GOD 

Virginia Beach Boulevard 

East Lane — Oceana 
Rev. Samuel D. Bailor, Jr. 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Evangelistic 
ServTce 



> PENTECOSTAL 
>OIURCH OF CHI^IST 

"^ISth St. and Baltic Ave. 
Elwood Kamr Pastor 



PRINCESS ANNEiPREEWILL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

1415 Oceana Blvd. 
% mile past Oceana Air Sta. 
on right 
T. J. Tiagla, Pastor 
9:45am. — SuntU^ School 
11:00 a.m. — Worship Servi» 
6:30 pan.— Bible Study 
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Rav. D. P. Felton, Paatar 
9:30 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Worship S«rric« 



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DIAMOND SPRINGS 

CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

Diaciplaa ef Christ 

6700 W. Haden Road 
G. David Shreevea, Paator 

8 .4^ a.m. — Worahip Service 
0:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Worship Service 
' 6:30 ^jn. — Youth Groups. 

BAYSIDE CHRISTIAN 
CHURCH 

(Congragatioaal) 

Shore Drive ft Greenwell Road 

Earl L. FarraU, Miaktar 

9 :45 a40. — Worriiip Servfce 

0^45 a.ni. — Sunday School 

11 :(lOajn.— ^Worship Servian 

WYCLIFFE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

John 3. Dey El4m. School , 
4. Staaloa Blata. Pastar 

10:00 aim. — Homing WonUs 



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some form is a part of your daily diet, th»e is a fftoi ch«c« that 
you ww't ^ enw^ cakium and perhais rftw- 
flavln-two of the nutrteits y<w need your entiro 
life. Milk also furnishes other minerals and vtt^ 
mills, high t^aUty protdns, fats and sugars. 

ChiWren should get 3 to 4 glasses d milk dafly. 
Te«j-ag«3 need 1 quart « t»w«. tf you emjoy 
drinking milk plain, tine. But if you don't, tlwe 
are pkoty of other ways to get It tato your diet- 
in cheese products, flavored n^ beverages, soups, 
casseroles, souffles, sauces, creamed vegetrfjks 
and das«ts. 
Milk has long been the alfy oT people who want 
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weight, don't make the mistake of leaving mflk out of yow diet. It 
can provide valui^le nutrients far a very n»oderate num^ of eater- 
ies A pint of whole milk or almost a quart of skim milk contains 
no more calories than a 4 inch wedge of pie. Sdm milks, fluid 6r dry. 
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vitamin A, and swne Aim milk has vttanin A added. 

Remember^ today's tM»a^rs aren't eating aSsffU^ A^^^ 
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C^MIiUUTOHE BATTIST 

(teMrmi^ S»rtUi) 

|to<v. ParlMr Yevag 

220 Red Tide Road 
Lynnhavta Colony 
10:00 a-n. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Service 
7 :30 p.D^— Evenins Serving 
7 :30 p.m. — Wednesday 
Evening Services 

FIIST BAPTIST CHUItCH 

S5th St at Holly Rd. 
H. W«d«ll Waters, ^Mter 

9:30 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m.- Morning Worship 
6:IB9.m. — Training Union 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Service 
Evening Services 30 min. later 
May 15 -Sept. 16. 

• BAYSIDE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

1430 Pleasure House Rd. 
itm— V. DeFee, Paster 
|:SOa.m. — Worship Service 
11:00 «.m- — Worship Service 
9:30 ft 10:10 a.m. Sunday 
School ^ .. 

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FRBBWiU. BAPTinrl 
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In Princesa, f Irfiniit Bei 
1418 CKEANA fOULBVl 

Air SUtion on right 
T. J. TI«ato, pMtor 

9 :46 a.m.— -Sunday School 
11:46 a.m. — Worship Serviea 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Serv^ 

KEMPSVILLE BAPTIST 
CHURCH ' 

7120 Kempsvl^ Roi _ 
A. D. Bl««al» PmI«» 

9:45 am. — Sunday Scl 
ll:00a.m — Morning Wo 
8 :00 p.m.— Evening Woi 

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BAPTIST CHURCH ' 

Va. Beach Blvd. adjoidto 
Princess Anne High SA«pl . 

Rav. Robert N. Walla*** 
8:30 a.m. — Morning Won^V 
9 :30 a.m. — Sunday Schofl^ 
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rilNCESS ANNE PLAZA 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

24 S Bosamont Road 
Rav. MaWia Hagliaa, Patter 

li:00 ft 7:30 p.m. — Worship 

Strviees 
9:80«.n. — Sunday School 
•:15 p.m. — Training Union 

iBACHLAWN BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

9th & Med. Av«. 
A eeo]Mr»tinK Southern Bapist 

Church 
Gaarga Wollatt. Jr., Mlabtar 

Phone 428-2004 
9 :46».p.— Sunday School 
1 1 :00 ti.vu — MuminK S«>rvice 
6 :i0 p.m.— Training Union 

?:SOp.n. — Eveninif Service 
:39p.». — Wed. Prayer 
Sehrice 



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BAPTIST CHURCH 



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FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

8818 Va. Beaoh Blvd., Norfolk 
Frail M. Farias. Pastor 

a;46a.m. — Sunday School 
U :00 ».m.— Morning Wonrtiip 
0:80 p.m.— Fellowrtiip, Hour 
f {80 yjpi.— Evening ' Services 

GRACB BRETHREN 
#^ ^ CHURCH 

Great Neck at Hilltop 

A. Harold ArriagtoB, Pastor 



■929 First Colonial Roa4| 
Caorga T. StalUafo, PMRfr 
9:45 a.m. — Sunt^iy Scho<^ 
10:00 a.m. — Momiig Woi " 
6:30 p.m. — Training Unk 
7:30 p.m. — Evening W< 
7:30 p.m.— Mid- Week _ . 

VYednesday ^ 




YB^OWSHIP BAPTlWi; 
CHURCH ^ 

/419 Glenrock Road, Norf(^ 
RaT. Ckarlaa T. Haai Ula l Wi 

9:46 a.m. — Church Schorf J. 

11:00 a.m.— Morning Wtllfl/P 

7:30 p.ra. — Evening WmMpP 



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GREGORY THE CM^T 
CATHOLIC CHUR^ i 

7271 Virginia Beach Mvm 
Rot. Flariaa Yalinko, OM, 

Kmr. Paaehal Kaaip O.S3. 
Masses— 6:80, 8:00, $:Z0, 

11:00 and 12:S0 1 

Confessions wra on &itinm7 

7:30-8:30 ^J 

BLACKWATBR lAFTWI 

CHURCH 1 

RaT. Ralpk L. Hani « 

, 10:00 a.m.-iSunday School^ 
ll:00a.m — ^Morning Woaralfp 
"Serving Ood andi the Cqp*» 
munity of Blackw»ter Sae* 
1784" ? 



MOUNT OLIVE 
' lAPTIST CHURCH 
Rav. T. M. Walker, Pastor 

SNSOa.m. — Church School 
\ 1.00 a.m. — Morning WorshSp 
7 :80 p.m.— Evening Worship 




GIPVB BAPTIST 

CMinrcH 

B«ck Bi^, VifffiBia 
^vAtvi« «|.CIair^ Paatov 
• :48 a.Q* — iGhvreh School 
1 1 :00 A.in.— Morning Wonhip 



1IBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Gre«nw«ll Rd. A Lakeview Dr. 

Bayside, Va. 

Rev. DarW Meora, Paster 

9 :46 «.m.— ^Sunday School 

1 1 m a.m. — Morning Worship 

7:46 p.m. — Evening Worship 

ST. JOHN'S BAPtlST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne Court House 
Rev. Br«e« B. Paridas, Paster 
iQ:0Oft.m.'— Sunday School 
ll:0O».m.— ^'■'-itng Worship 

6:00p.m.— B-^^T. 

7:00 p.m. — F "ning Worship 

LC»fDON BRIDCIE 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

London Bridge. Virginia 
C Edward Hnffkes, Pastor 

8 :80 «<m.-— Molming Worship 
9:45 tm. — Sunday School 
11:00 A.m. — Morning Wordiip 
6:80'|>.m.-rTralnlng Union 



TABERNACLE METHODtiT 
CHURCH ^ 

Princess Anne, Virgini^^ 

Robert H. Garaar, Miintsl0 

9:46a.m. — Church School. 

11 :00ajii— Morning Wordrii| 

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VIRGINIA BEACH » 
METHODIST CHURCH * 

— iet"-*- tSth Street » 

- j|a^':'V«verlv FA] 

8j3 B.fcift.— Wofship 

9:46A.».^^iireh Selm^* 
11:00 •4n.—W<^p SwfltA 



THALIA METHODIST • 
^^URCH t 

Pine Ava.** Va. Bch. Blvd. 
Wmiaai L. Asker, PmMi» 

9:46 a.m.— Sunday Sebo^^ 
10:45 a.M,^Worship , 

FOUNDRY METHODiat^ 
CHURCH • 

Va Beh. Bli^., LynnbaviA 
Willian H. Aaesta« Miaialav 

8:4Ea.m. ai^ 11 «.m.-^ * 
services • ^ 

9 :45 ^.m. — Church Scb^ 
6:30 p.m. — ^Youth FallowH(|i|| 

KEMPSVILLB . • 
PRESBYTERIAN CHUHCU 

620 KempevUle Rd, , 
J. L. Coppock, Pm»imt • 
9:40 A.M. — Sunday School ♦ 
11:00 A.M.— Morning IWaWftp 
6:00 PM.— (Second SnnAMr) 
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Earl ftrt«,,.tt, coach. Vii^nia 
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CnUnMUd bilwiiriiM. Mc., to 
Beverly II. Wittteob tf ^. lot S. 
^Mk 11, ^ of FfMeciK Ame 
Plau sec. 12; tn $».I6. 

KiteyB K fVitiier to Wilbif 
Bdirtrd Oem et ux, tot 6, block 
H. place sf Aragooa ViUagt aat. 
«; ta ^.ft. 

C. D. U.. toe., to Gerald Jtoi^ 
Murphy ^ ox. lot 4. block 16. plat 
of Ptok^I Aoae Haza sec. 11; tax 



mk HAAS — Fred Ar- 
'itar |a«d. 20, elacMdan, Vir- 
B»ib and Qurlotte Mark 
tt, ^e{dx^ qieratoc Vlr- 
li^ B^di. 

liMMlnxiS aad MAU»IE- 
ttenaee Lee Braniidkr. 19. US- 
AN, Vir^a Beach aad EUen 
Ii^e Ittione. ttrltadcnt, Virgii^ 



tMBMI a^ UXX - Peter Bos 

Hffd DaB(^ ». iimataent baiik- 
er. Biev Yoric, N. Y.. Md Penderd 
IRkmus Bdl, S. coranwrdal b^nk- 
tag. ^^^^ B^tdh. ' 

aoWKBiN Md MDULBR^ldb- 

«rt Diraioe Howerta, U, USMC. 

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Itan BomU MMe, iT^w «»fc- 
e*. Vlr^a B^di and Pamela 
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SifM^ t^Niise Muim to Howard 
E. ItergtoR at ux. idat of Sand- 
bridge Beach; tax |».SS. 

LaAfard D. MaMxme et ux to 
Dhnhm C. Br^^. site 11, plitf 
of Court-ilouse Heights; tax $31.50. 

G & S CcMixratio nto David 
Ibjdo^ Rmnig et ux , kit 9. block 
J. plat of Udte Smith Terrace 8e6. 
10; tuc 44.K. 

Donak) A. ^th et ux to WH- 
UMn L. Koit^Mr lot 3, pli^ «( 4b- 
dlan BivCT Gaitkms; tax J19.S0. 
. W. J. Drivec et ai to Bdiby B. 
Pcarsdn ^ ux, tot 172, plM of 
WeaUnonluMl EiMttt lae. 4; tax 
I17JI. 

(Ullmark Omstnictkn Corp. to 
Ai^eki A. ITore ^ ux./lot 9, Uock 
N, {dat of thiiAington; tax 25.20. 



Halknaii ConAructoi C(xp. to 
Lanrraice S. Gray et ux. kt U. 
btock J. plat of Huntingtoii sec. 2; 
feyt in.li. 

CMbritl Ramlrea, It, et ox to 
lUeted C. Larrimore ct tn. tot 
a. Hick «, ptot of Artvna VB^ 
lB|i sac. 7; tax «.». 

Alfred McEnoT Johnson d itt 
to IWam E. Ke^D et w. tot 4, 
Uoefc U. pli^ of Peni»xrfie Mncv 
«ge. 1; tax laoJS. 

Gte^ea De^ey SmlA et « to 
BmmU W. Banwh et ux. tot S, 
btock *£. plat tf AragMM ViQage 
sec. 11; tax $21. 

George P^rakcw et ux to Rus- 
idl P. School et ux, lot 23. plat of 
Italia Gardens; t« S3.75. 

Lel^ InvMtmeirt Corporation to 
Dtmlfld tV. Fudge et ux, lot 2, btock 
8, pita of Ara^ma ViDage sec. 10; 
ta]f>|ll.iO. 

iatSLi,tmcm^ et ut b Wallace 
B. Snith et ux, tots 11, 13, btock 
se, plaVer Shadow Lawn itoights; 
tax 27.4S. 

JcAn A. MusUn et ux to Gene 
E. Honeycutt et ux, lot 322, jrfat (rf 
Cape Story By-the -Sea No. 2; 
tax $18. 

George G. Bii|pM^0 to E^ner- 



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mm Btadcer Let, Jr., 22. 
I^ufldier, Virginia BsmA «d 
fclde Ifarto VaiN<^trmd, a. qo 
telnq>^n listed, Vir^nia Beach. 
tHIWr Md Snipa - Rcbert 
Wiv^ Qtorgfi CAiiqr, 25, V^, 
%l0ia Bmdi and 8tlrt»ra Held 
$pAM, IS, tMcher. Virgiiila Beach. 

moMmv nd, spbano - 

MMI Lee MeiQBmy, 38. auto 
mA^ parts, I^»1at»uth aad 
Breada xktoy ^ing. 24. tel^ype 

BTATbOK aid ttOi^riBON - 

3mm Lawrrace St^^, tt, serv- 
ice ^006, iMendnt, VirglJa 
B^M^ Md Qasne Marie Robert- 
SM, II, t9ef>#i7, Vui^ia Beach. 

VBfUm aid SmTH > Fred- 
i^t An»!d W^Iffl-. 8, cffltnputsr 
MK||uner, Noffoft and Nsuscy 
Roki#to Smttt. 21, school teadisr. 
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Wu^ ifa^Adre, SO, owA. Vlr- 
ihte Beidi nd N^ WWte, 35, 
m aeeta^Mtt listed, MuilieU. 
IftstVlr^eto. 

9iM£N and PAtUBtttm - 
tteh«tl Haattkl PuUai, 36. \}SS. 
^pH fteddi ^ Bttiey Marie 
nAif . IS, «»ik. Virgtoli Beach. 

fummioDMNi ^ dktis 

IMmpI Vhiifd. 25,,dtst(Ana-, en- 
gtoMt, ^MsloMtille, Florida a..d 
E i^l^ Am l^omas, Vt, no oc- 
^1^ Itttotf. VirgNa Beach. 

mimm t^ haoee - 

ThMW ndtm FuMi«-. 20. teli- 
(iM» HBeWa. Norfdik and L^is 
NeaaM Maigae, 17, no occupation 
IMai.Ti4£la Beach. 

MfiVtODD - fetton Cor- 
1^^ l^^r Jv- trim hm work, 
rtri MfAnr Canpany. Vir^ia 
Beach mA Anne filiiabM tbdd, 
18. saMid^. Virginia BMh. 

ftuM Md JMrritfttl - 

k Jeranto^OHilts PVarit, % USN, 
^1fV2lijiVl(ptt and Mary Jtfe 

Otitridge^l^ no occupiMtm IMed, 

Virginia Befch. 
mUH «M GRANBY •« feffto 

-ftkimai* SMtth, 30, tnili d«ver. 

Virginta Beaeh and 



WEANING BEEF CALVElB 

Weamng be^ cah»s to ah ari-but an art mede ci 
Here 1^ a lew suggeiAions to make this jd> 
ceasftd. ' h^ . _ _. ^ 

It's a Aock to the caM to'bfe deprifed of Ws moftfer. and laMng 
his nomial source <^ mitritton abruptly cut off. Excesshre bawUng 
and refusal to eat efton weaken calves so they are susoeptibto to 
ta^ctkns md do p6atif gattftHiy. 

To less«i the shodt. move calves out of si# Ml hearing of oSier 
cattto. Keep them oonftoad to a ctoan. dry bam tot with shade and 
good ventUatkm. Preferably, put them inside a ctoan. aky bam for 
the toft we^-th«y will do better. _ ^ ^ 

Once tbey are out of si^t and hearh^^ efter ^W^^ff' 
coBil«table m every re^Mdl, the next thing is to induce them io eat, 
flie very flneit quafily hay Aduld be tept b^m 9imWWt'1^KfT 
Sm^ anbunts oi grain dwuW be fed and-lf the calves hattti '^ 
•Htf to m^tnm a ov^Mt ^>^ tdte several days for /Am to 
^art eAfa« ^aft In amy aK>reciab1e amount. Cleai. fredi water 
Aaiild Vb before ttmn at all times. 



son K. NuU ^ ux. tot 7, tock E. 
I^t of Aragona Village sec. 1; 
tax 18. 

Bhner H Wgi«i et ux to Rob- 
eart E. TaM^erit). Jr., et ux. tot 
B, ptot rf 1%aBa; tax $34.90. 

SMshofe lliafty. Inc. to Cgd- 
statttaw A. %M0uM8 it ux. tato il. 
m, 26. btock li fkt d JackitMdato 
No. 2; lax $ltm 

Willian B. Y«t, Jr., et ux to 
Lym^voi lavMuis. be., kA 1, 
btock 48. pUd fli Ari^^ma VlUage 

Chartos E. OrMve' et ux to Wtt- 
liam T. P«Bd«|^^ et ox, tot 2, 
block 6. {^t d Itudla Manor; tax 
$30.10. 

Edward L. Bunton et ux to 
Charles E. Grcave- et ux. site 38, 
pldi* of Avaton TsrsKe Extended; 
tax $32JS. 

James Cuttrett) et ux to Leon 
H(ri(hng Oorpwatim, kit 4. block 
2, iMt of C^ Htary sec. D; Ua. 
$20.25. 

W. J. Driver et al to Ray L. 
Finley et ux. tot 27. block 17. plat 
of Princess Aiuie Plaza sec. 3; tax 
$22.50. 

Robert A. Martin et ux to Ray- 
mood i. Heismr, 1<H iSO, plat of 
Westmorland EatMdi sec. 1; m 

imo. 

Groase Point Ovporatiofl ^ to 
Jimes f. Raggett et ux, M 4, 
U^ 2. Plat of Windsor Woods sec. 
3: tai HSiB. ^ 

Kfluwfl E. Godfr^ et ux to 
Gregry Realty C«poratk)0. tot 182 
plat of Ldteview Suures sec. C; 
tax |iS.M. 

^tk TUden Eiu-ly to Jdm Fran- 
ds TOvtfto et ux, tot 132, (dat ai 
WeiAmweland Estartes sec. l; tax 

rWdind WaDace McHMtie d ux 
^y„ ^..Jlbelh A. Koebter. tot 7, 
/fisiodi i, plat of Princess Anne 
me. 10; tax $li.#^, _ - 
KMneth Malcobn SteLeod et tix 
to Dattfri G. Powdl et ik. tot 1,4 
block P. ptot of Lalra Stores sea 
5; tax $35.70. 

Peter R. MePhee, Jr., et ux to 
Alfred J. Croft et ux. tot 112. plat 
of "nwroughgood sec. 1; tax $36.te. 
Edgar Earl Parker et ux to Ro- 
berto Quit(a-iano Judalma et ux, 
tot 274, plat of Malibu sec. 3; tax 
$20J5. 



NO smtdmnm m Mv- 

Yo«» Afl^fMsii ^mu t(M Abs«lttoly Nc^lng 

NO BROKttAGE mi DB>uan>- 

fou Deal Dfredly With A toemi l^ndif 

L04NS.PII0rKTB> iY INSMAIK:!- 

UU, RMlth and Aeeidant.Coveract Includid 

YOUR H^fUmm lOtt MADI tfSCAHY- 

-y Friendly, C^Mtdenle Treatmeltt Is Yews BhotiW 
CirGumstances Chang* & Financial Problems Arise i 

Phon« In Your Apptlcdtien T# 

Fidelit y 

ricblity CemiMrclal C«. 

VIRGINIA BEii$CIUj6Y T-U^S 
^ 4878 ViriiMik Batafc BWil. 

DOWNTOWN HORPbUC— HA 7.1871 
ail Law Biag.— Graaby A PImbm 
VIRGINIA BEACH OFFICE OPEN 'TIL SiSO P.M. 




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The whofc idea is to Ret then eating as quiddy as possible and get 
then accu^onaed to tooWng to the feed trotji^ to satisfy theh"Jiun|^. 
raa«r than to tlwlr m(rfh^r& 

Cahtt should be watdied carrfully. particularly earfy In Ae mom- 
tog and late in thi evaUng to s^ they are feding well and alo^. If a 
ci4f doesn't seem alert he should be attended immediately to prevent 
stokness. 

After calv^ <*hve been confined to weaning quarters for about 
three we^. tl^^<^ be put back on pasttffe w iirto the feed lot for 
finishing, this procedure altows calv^ to be conplet^y weaned and 
Parted on feed without wei^t loss. After yeantog. thqr can use the 
ton pashire to the grea^ extoit. 

Qffifa-ary to dUs earful ^«uiing procedure, ttmy farmers buy 
cah^. bring Uwm home, and turn than on paiAure the very first 
thing. The calv« wander the pasture, wafli the f«ice lines, and bawl 
until they becwne se weak a large percoitage become side. Thto not 
only causM a lo» to wei^t. but the calves gato veVry little thr(H# 
the wfaM«r as a r»dt. 



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' OFFERS CC^V(PLETE REAL KffATE SERVICE 
• RESIDENTIAL SALES 
• COAAMERCIAL &^NVESTAAENT PROPERTIES 
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SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOaATION 




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H* Joseph Lowenthal^ |r* 

MANMINO EDITOR OF THE 




AiMtlm Moion CMhms tht ''Bi§ |" 
Cms that 6fVt tk§ Mli€ What it Wants. 



Ltfi time it wis size. Ws time? Qnattyl (Mity ihat'$ hmlt in-Mt 
OfTdeit im. lie poiuil: more Imilt^ia foafitr ^^ 



,„«»! new rasde-daasb BaiiAI«r. Oatperfotns fifery edier car in Ite <^ (with stand- 
ard enfhiel). "Do^Ses rerfjr come with faliy airipeif' "No, l^ut wlA tlie>U new 
enftoe they drive that nay." fC Bambtor Atoarteai Begae here October 7th. 



OphetiffG 
BHRHbIS 



21, vamm/^ 

A BarOfetow, 21. 

fl^v tffi t0n 'ny 
^i^, Vurginia 

s( WA — Dw^re 
, If. ^&in»ito todtai- 
% 1^ cAhdilt dP!^ 

mum - 





EACH MONDAY 
WPWESDAY 
AND FRIDAY 

AT12sl5i».M. 

. WITH HIS 




Mia: new reeny. soomy Rambler. DoeanHawnpymv ttyte, er year toga, or yen- fimilly, 
er yev peeksMiook. TUnk you kMW aBtfiMaririMi yen see one? TUnk a|^, to^ 
aisto. See the '«e BisMUsr Ctossie Bebel atjf«ar fttoadly Giaat.KUtor'a, October 7tik 



RMnonaber when Amerieatt Motors 
out with the trim little Rambler liid 
knocked the Detroit "Giuits" on thita- 
rollective w^ Ovemif ht. big fins and fat 
land yachto went mit of style. Ameriean 
Motcvs came ^ng with the right cars at 
the r^ht time aad caught ^e oompetation 
umplng. Thi^ year, almost ktdfthe aUto- 
pobiles add are !Umbler-sixe cars. 

Beond «ie te the "Giant-KUIer." What 
next? For 'M» AaMrtota Mators afain feto 
the juaqi «« the Ug beya with a new rrily* 
lag erytQndltylAMwUBd of quiet quaNty 
ttort la bnlH la as staadard equipment on 
every ear In the Hae. 

This is th|e American Motors credo. 
QueMti that 8 built in—not o<^<^ on. First, 
determine what has to go into a car to 
make it stnmga, safer, more depeodable, 
mean luxurtous. Then put it there. Reg^krd- 
less of cost. Build it in. 

l^Mly to be oMvlBCed? Ready to be aor- 
prtoed? OiedtthtopiMr* tor apreviewirfthe 
4 rieek ehtflMlsrs. New ears. New Munea. 
Ilien adnilre ttW atyltaf of these exMig 
new cai^ H^a you have Inished, please 
get en yoHT herae and go to the friendly 
Glant-IUlkrUi jmt town, your American 
MeMi^StsgAtor Oetfer. 

'optional (kn most RieiMt fSiMdonaninvtriMnolnwiMi- 

fieturef5''iuif«»t»d MUil priCM. 




IHT-M tMUff IS MLT-M sirEtY. Only OM 
"^ r* ear (nd AnM^rkan Motors) offer 
a Sleety packafe with a Doabto<>SafeQr 
brake ayrtem Mao extra cost: Cadiltoe. >' 




IWT<lll mun to MIT.M 

new alaiMlard en^aea. Spertjai^oli : 
the*floer. Twi aatoautka* tfao avaUabto 
to hMidte thedMieef fear ssMtoR. 



IV FREMIERE TMlMMY NIBHT! 3m tht MW AiMfteM^ Motors H can m 
*1ls My ftMRth. DM Xnotti, Jtai Nalert ^etiil," CBS-TV. (Mtobtr TUi 



Editorial Of Tkc Air 

DURlfli fHi NOON^EPdirr dN 

WKVK 

tSJMONYlHNI^IAL VIRGINIA BU^H 



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^ wril«tibyinerfaMllator)kridMaft,i)to^^ 

m. 0m ««h tiiaet Itofto.* nqp doM mim m rear l^lhs and tarn y«ir 
MMlHllltta l+i.) Don't miss it at your fttojill GBtot-Klller's en October 7^ 



— m by AnMricsiB.M|iM.1l«#y«i cm Uf pm flraltHiiyar vUe 
•Ml ^f^ h^ittl to d^ H. CiMl^ M^to !■• €adUtocr$«rt to-fia^ly ^ 
itte CadMai.£ric«r UUIiliiii«ftoy.^ialtfe.tltoitt€to«eai<lO«^^ 



YOUR iwEimyr c^NT-KiuEi)^ Y^n MiMicM RiOTim/ii^BLgii iUiim ^ 

MR^HAU. MMBL 



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llTCiili thMliqr - l;<»^ il %M mm %m 



Richard CHAMBERiftiN YvtmMiMiiiiv 



KlWe Itoe Kvay 111 %iVk mk 
2 Bn. fw KMi fl Al AgM 





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MOVIE REVIEW 



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IDMIMCHB 

gTARIS 1ViaiN£a>AY - OCIOHER UHi 



Wjriv't 

n«E COIi^Pi 




1^ 

at te 

Slap and fiMwrntha Vev rtir- 
rad Ib ■ftctadeolor. "Mennrabia" 
ii aoofter ma^ "hauMlnr' a 
tUid AdAtknd adl|ai^H« may 
■iao be appliad: "Hii OoDector" 
kt ■ mdy biiiUul tBaofki of mo- 
ttoB pkbr* eotertwrnait at lU 
AsortM^ baat 

SUxy d m insigotftcairt Loodwi 



^ /^ .^^^^^a^y^g^'^Lr!: b«* ckrk who kkfaiaps a vto«.t 
tfs- teeliii » gyiftg ttifr duhfrwi tte g^afw ^^ ^ ^^^ and hokk her 



lo mkt aBrtirttihn of tiMBBaovta. 
Ml9~) Mi dralt tMi eakma to eipiakiiig tte 
aaA uliBHii >a>dtra In fta 4.H pro- 



Tea. tta 4fi prdfpan does naed adidte! Far 
lii^ Aa Aiaat tadii^ factor in the expanskm of 
«-fl lb dor d^ to Oa lade d adults who vohiateer 
t9 iHvk wMi ftHJ^'P^pli. ItM^ k Bd wot w 
trtM^ OB tka put ol oai^ |dui« pei^le to be 



In 



ibclMaflfttelBbkoracWil 
cfpoi^gMjr to jota 441 



11411 



sidd they iraild 
vWllirilRni. only 



Unoltiini floors 

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We craatA Fldort that d&- 
QagrAA roem! Ill henei^^- 
flcea, riiops, thSM Indivll- 
^y Daitj^ad Unoleam 
Flsen eoaf «r MMurt, eol«p» 
coatraat'-dUtinction wlileh no 
otlmr floor treateient eta 
match, nolon, mbtifa — 
"Chtrtcterr in a word — 
that giv« loBS-IHed aa^r^rtM, 
at moderate firvt^ott! May 
we fiT* yoB aa artiaMdA? 

J. C Law & Sons 

ifimFcnJc vweiMA 



flkaatiai y«a wiH iMVe ii^ '*W% me aAiH vohmteer tead* 
» B ia tha aMt ktOtt, miim to a caaamltf Mttttg 
«li» «iatfftatoi am mm ItOMam di* Ineinbar. He «r ^ aama 
IB tItoiriMdatidHB] aad/or |»(»laet laidtf. the vdaatoer l«Rkr gUi 
his tafvnatiaB fren the ^Hafttaa Office and other raaowoes ad 
paaaea it qb to Iks ehii iiiliitur. Ikii^ y«B caa h« a Wader efeB tf 
yoB kanr Mttteg ih«M Mk €Ub wmk m (Us thne. 

Ii; why doB't yoi^ voloileer to assist tfek ctab that is ia yaar e«- 
nm^, or he^ to start a cMb hi your ewBumH y. You wiU tfien 
jofai the more ttm oofrtUrd of a nflHin aduit laaden to tlv NatiaB 
«ko He pitnd to Mqr tittd they «« hdfb^ ywaig paople to mate 
ttf hast iifWr. *1^- iifl! flod k la be ■ upsrtinvhfls aad rvwardiqg 



yow^ «t sbideot and holds her 
a^v« ft? moDtlo, "Ibe Ctdl^ 
tar" is baaed m the Jeha fWles' 
BO^ whose ori^iallty and d«1ng 
hapt it OB the best-aeU«- lists of 
Bi^lMid aad iteaarican far 
moBtitt. WtUam Wyfar's preduc- 
tioB af "Hw Cottedor" will cm- 
t^nly be aOMMg the nwrehonored 
fihns of te ^v, Just as othe- of 
been: fibns lilce 
•Wa. MtaNBr." "Hie Beet Years 
of Oar Lt^es" and "Ben Hur." to 
dte ttffee tx wMck he W0^ Aca- 
oeRiy Awards. 

.Hm icreeB cornea aU^ with the 
iBtoiirilj of the p«r(omwKes of 
BiMOf and MU» E^ar. Itwir mas- 
tery of diffkult roles is eloquently 
broi#t out by Wykr's sa»itfve. 
tmderstandtog and po^wsive di- 
rectional hand and his obvious «i- 
dustoan t» the st(N7 th^ pirt on 
the 




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COMINO iVKNTB 

• V ■ ■ *■ , , . . . ' 

Oaibrll-:^ liaiic i ftridfa 411 iilK.. Prltoiai'ilnirviPl 
. 7:J» PJt. '-'^ ■ 



tb» voy profesdmd work d 
dds direesame is reflected to a 
nwtk» pidure th# li cei»tantly 
alksoBKaning. ' 

~Vor teir perfatmances fai "The 
CMediM-," InerfflM ^anp and 
Samastha Eggar won the "beirt 
actor" and "best actre^" awards 
at tile Cannes F^m Festival. 




t 



baby to ma. Jote wtfi TvHIe 
*ey pref«« «a *tfe aw^y to a aew We to a soM Inbb «< Jay to iw 
1%eh^r«4ramA4 itary ef tlK stmtftoa ef a yaBBf caa- 
rrto«e a SBccess is bMsd IB laky mmn 
AHhar giBBudj sad Oaear Ihrnsllh ee-stor to 
the Melr»«eldwy»Maycr 



pto to 



October 14 



dae hi Extatsim Office. 



OdMtf ll-OMBfs 4«[ l^eth«. LOktliMtm OtiA, iM PU 



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INEMONEYISt 

HIRE! 

When you neei money for 
'my, pmsonal, family, or 
Mness purpose-to buy 
Hiprte, finance tear, or 
hnprow your buslr^— 



see «h^ TiH Smfet; 




;inia Beach Th^tm v 

CH'BAYNE 



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VQnvrvitB ivwuiiw 

9 



SLEEFUMI 
IIEMITY 

^ cm66m 

mm, Sim, i'M 



Today, ttiyif., Ocf. 7 




fbt Jdm Fowtes novel -was 
adapted {«- the sctmi by Stanley 
Mom and John Kohn and here, 
tec, tiwre is an totelligent and 
qmopaUietk: fideUty to Uie original 
stny. And prodbcers Jud>lOmberg 
and Kohn w&t ecpially dev(^ 
to the idea that a story weU done 
AatM Mt be undone by irrekvrat 
and im^naequential cfaffii^. C«^ 
tahdy Wffliam Wyler's "1^ Col- 
lector" la a movtig. disturbing 
aui 8«ne time shockiig motfan 
pidiffC j1 L_„ J -._. — 1 



NO PICIHC 
IN 'PICNIC' 

WHUAMSBURG - Ever the 
honaat prooucer, rmt hob^ nas 
adndtted Uiat some mkrefresen- 
1 tatioo Is involved in the presorta- 
tion of "Picnk" widdi is ptaying 
at the Wed^ewoad DbmaMlieatre. 
WOUamsburg. timxi^ October 
18th. Hw tiUe he confesses, is in- 
Mcurt^. 



imUhttm % 4, 6, 8, 10 



OffEkrNG AU BANKING SlttVlCES: 



• Home- Imsi^iFMsenir Lo^m 

# Savings Aceomts - 



Checkinf Accoonto 
Night JD^poK 
Aato Lows 



# Night JDNepository 



# Christanas CliA 

# Safe Ds^Mit Boxes 



lUN. MON. Tins. 
€MilMrid.lM2 

ONCEATMII 

AMnMon 

Awi^MMgrtt 

Vmi "HdRifli 

hmfmi^^ 6, 1, 10 




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YOU CM oer c s 

HEADACHE PAIN 

STANBACK gives yoo FAST rsHsf 
from pslns of hesdsdie, nsuralih, 
wuritis, and minor pslns ^,ir»f j% 
rhsunstism. tecsuss STANBACIC 
oonUins tevsial me^ioalNfP^ 
Md prescribed ingradiants. for fast 
ralitf, you can take STANBM^K witti 
eoflfMmce. Satisfaction guaranteed! 

BTANBACK '^ ' — 

«IP<n«t any 
pr«Biratl«fi 
ycM^v* •w«r 




Though the actkn of &fa PtiBt- 
ser Pdxe conwdy occurs durh^ 
the hours pi'eceang and foOowtog 
a LBhor Day pitsiic in a aaall 
Ksmsas town, no picate occurs on* 
stage. "Ooe of the main points d 
the play,'* flft Mr. Idihngs, 'is 
diat tiie i»^nii^ divacltfs. 
I^^ed by San^a McCha^ aad T^ 
Stephens, dechfe ast to fo ea the 
pissb." 

Wm Winiam In|e was first 
wriltog the pby. he tUied the 
eummor romance "Flwot Pan^" 
wfakh WM iMhapamere accunte 
than his final Utle. since the aetko 
takes {tface on the pmth of a 
■nan hoiMe sad a ptch of yard 
that separates tt from a imOtf 



io#as#«Ntt# 



Wedgevood's aaxl pndBctei 
williie the m oooedy "Undar the 
Vum-Yum Tree" by Lawranee Bo- 
man. Brought back to the Wedge- 
wood fltoge by popidtf dsnoMid. 
"Yum-Yian" wOl feabm I^ Id^ 
dtogs in the role of Hegan, a frce- 
wdieeUng plaj^*. 

Fw resa*vaUon8 gbH Toan S64- 
3296 or write P.O. Box MS. Wil- 
lianuAwg, IH^hda. 



HISTORIC ANNAPOLIS 
OPENHOUSE OCT. 17 



ANNAPCHJS. Md. - The annual 
Htftti^ (^ House teur spoour- 
ed by Historic Anaapelis, Inc.. to 
scheduled for October 17, from Ml 
a. m. to $ p.n. The Iheme is 
"MarithiM Annapdia." WotOto- 
tlon and tkteU. phccd at HJO 
each, may be obtaineri to advaaea 
from Historic AnaapoK. be.. 11 
Pkdmey Street and oa Ae ^ of 
the tour at^ Govtraor Paea 
House, IM Prince Geeryi Street, 
or at the first house iWtod. 

I^ private houses aod eii^ 

delightful ^rdeia, some ^laehns 

and k)v^ fSiA some oaaB. fcnaid 

and faiNB^ wffl he ea vieir. tteh 

has been touched i^ the Ranaaee 

I of the aea-eadi 1m a stary to 

I tdl of past ceM^ wiMi Anto- 

! pc^ w^ers w«fe frecMntod by 

j tte veasds of the lAa»» fket, 1^ 

' privateers, aattig farrias. French 

and Biit^ aan^-war and tta 

first sh^ of tta IlifaBl AB«kaB_ 

Navy« ' "' ' ' "^ 

AaH|M0i was the fan^nt $n- 

Sevoh^eMrr port as Cl is p si fai i 

Bi^a c«Btor of travel CHl lUp- 

buidhv. a mvMntory mt abd 

WlaUi«toii iHed bf trvnOm I9 
(be new cap^ and by tUmy vis- 
sefa carryfaig dispataws to our 
bnwAmB. Bi IMI the Ittval 
SdMRd was eataMkhid k Aala- 
I pm »d^ toda# tM afreeto. oae» 
f andUar to mamt, taafken. edho 
tottwfrMid ol( marctanig raidsi#- 
men. 

In dedUcattag ttds tour to tbe 
mariners ud aaa cai^iim «4)0 
made thdr homes hi AnabpoHs^ 
Historic Annapolk honofs aO 8k»- 
farers - from die "gentlemsB 
seamen" who fought agaii^ ffis 
Majesty's enensdetf to present Ad- 
mfrak of the Fket 



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O^^bkr 10-11-12 




Conventional 

HOME 

lOANS 

, ind 
INSURB) SAVINGS 

ANTICIPATED DIVIDEND RATE 

4Vi% - Dec. 31, 1965 

VIRGINIA BEACH FEDERAL 

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 
210 25Hi St. . .^ Va. Beach .... 428-9331 



NORFOLI SYMPHONY 

NORft)LK - Season tiek^ far 
the tm« Norfolk Sympheoiy Or- 
diesU-a Caaeert aoies have been 
{^ced to the nto& to pidd ali- 
scrflxers. 

Bakony seek arc still av^gMe 



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at 10 JO. aod student 
$6.00. Res«rvatioitt may be 
by Inning 381410. 

Ffrst concMt of the 
hirlz^ die totarna^anQy 
ed cooeert aiaakt Itobart Ci^' 
«is k scbedukd far October #111 
^ C^der The^MT. 

• LEGALNOtlCES 



AtfFLB CAPITAL . . . AMPLE LENDING LIMIT 



■ BAN^ of Vll^^llgA BS^ 

Pacific Avenue at Uskirt Road ^^i ^t^lT * 2^"* 

1802 AHantIt Avenue USfAA^^ - Dam Neck 

3333 Virginia Beach Blvd. at Princeib *Anne Plaia 

ABM ^TeW R6ad dt teyside 

4920 Virginia fieach Blvd. at Aragooa .Village 

2422 Princeis Anne fe>ad et Couffhowe 

open mMm «iW«fc Friday, » A.M. « i P Jl>^,F«^ tftettooB - 4 te^P.M. 




NVIKEOrSAUS 

Notice is hereto ^ven that aft 
10:00 a.m. oa October 11. IM, H 
Coates Motor Co«^«». Inc.. hh 
cated at 6flB Vi^^ 9smA Bl«&, 
we shall otf»r far sale at puhHc 
auction one USB CaAllae 4-Dr HT. 
Seriid No. iffi QIBSe. uMi aoeaa* 
sories< tpMeh autotaidbUe was pr* 
diMetf by BtoWil L OiihMl' % 
ciMHfitknial salM o»ti^. fecraa: 
Cash at tkt» d safe, the Vabpr 
resarves the r^ to bid. 

Universal C.I.T. Credit Oirp. 

Drewry h Evans, ^toraqps 



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3-iM-oiiroii. 

Oils Ivinfthlnf 
Nveirts Rust 

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,iB«rvaiaiNiA 

llM Oak*! once of ttie Cta> 

Cwniirf th*C% of Virginia 

^ fte 4th day of October, 



Orlv if 

0AKOL JOYCE niANZONB. 

maintff. a^dmt 
pOMINIC FRANZCJNE. 
Defwidant. 

object of this Mtt is to ob> 

i t divwce a vteado madtoonii 

tha said defiant, upcm the 

of desertfcm for mwe Uiaa 

«f one year. 

n affidavit havi^ be«) 

andfiM^wtthe cbfoidant 

of the ^ate <rf 

the last known poat oOIea 

betag: Gen««l Delivfliy. 

Ohio, it is onkred t^iM 

haw within tm (1fl> 

1^ (hie piidicatiaa Hereof, 

do i^iA nMy be naccaatfy 

his init^eA fan this suit 

tCOpy-Teste: 

V. FENTOESS, Cleik. 
Mary M. WMte. D.C. 
W. Bichter. pq. 




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Virginia 



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Noncs 

■jK it^ular meeting of flw Coun- 
dl flf the Gty of Virginia Beach 
1^ be hdd in the Circuit Coifft 
on Mooday. Octobe- U. 1986 at S 
o'dock P.M. at ittich time peraoDS 
wS be beard for and against the 
foHnring proposed changes of zon- 
ing, use permits, dbc.: 

t ApplicatioB of Honorable Oty 
GoyBdl {(M- a dwige of aonJng 
bODUneitod Oonanorial DfaMct 
1 m-U) to Gaoeral ComnMrdal 
Wrtrict 1 (OOl), a Uie Permit 
to operate a ganlhie supi^ statkjn 
i^ G«B^ Comnnereial pistrtct 
I (OGl) to limtt«d CammereU 
' Qitrict 1 (C-Ll). 

1^ be OOl: Certain prooerty 
f iWtii« 215 feet OB the East side 
of bidepeBdmce, Bpulevanl begin- 
n^ a/L a paid 108 net "mora w 
l»s Sbuft of ;ieane Street. A 
de^ of sn feat akng Ibe Nortb- 
^ a^ Stxitheqi property Una. a 
wMOi of 215 fasl^png the Easter 

prflpstty ttie. 

fo, be C-Ll: Certahi property 
toe^ ift fte Noriieast taitersec- 
tin of iDdepeidebce Boidevafd 
«Bd' Vir^Wa Beach Boulevard 
fronting 250 fe^ Inore (n- less oo 
ttie East side tf Ind^)endence 
Boidflfviuil Irontii^ 250 fe^ mare 
kkmm^ Nofth side of Virgin- 
ia Seifcb Boulinad. A, width of 
W leit akng'4a lasten prope^ 
.^Urle.'a depOi of 200 feet akng 
fte Noftem propc^ Use.. Bi^- 
side Bormi^. 

^ n. An^Mtioo of Jecgf> Inaxc- 
pprated br allse Pemiit to <»a- 
«|nict a 20 foot by 25 f<vt billboard 
marn^ propei^ iroattaig 5 feet 
on te North side of Viigiida Beach 
Boufevtfd, beginding at a point 
MS faet West of Horace Avenue. 
A depth of 30.88 feet aloqg the 
fiastfra and Western prdpoty 
|be, a^ a widQi of 5 feet ak>i^ 
the N(Htt«ii property line. Bay- 
t^ Bomii^. 

m. i^^kntion (^Horace A. Cul- 
pepper tod Wifliam A. McPho-son 
Jr. by .Xames and Consohro, At- 
torneys, for a diange of zoning 
bom Be^klence Subivben District 
3 (RrSS) to G^ieral Commercial 

, District UOGli fronting 204.99 
feet oQ the North skle of Provi- 



deina Read, ttagnrfag at a point 
454JS leet Waat of Woodcock 
Bead. A difib «f 244.05 faet along 
the Wotoii property Une, a width 
of 200 feet allM the North«t\ 
property Qna, a dsptti of 200 feet 
akng the Ei^em property , line. 
Ken^Kivffle Borough. 

IV. AppMwrfkiB of Rita Jo^ 
for a Use Pennit to operate a pri- 
vAte dandi^ schod on certain 
property 80 feet <m the North skle 
of Pootiac Road beginning at a 
potat SO feet West of Cheyenne 
Road. A de^ of llO feet akmg 
the Eastern and Western property 
line, a wkHh «f 80 feet along the 
Northmi pn^jo^ line. KempsviUe 
BonN;#. 

V. AppUcation of Oiurch of Je- 
sus Christ of Lafter-Day Saints for 
a Use Permit to operate a church 
" n m IliP IBSperty fronting J40 
feet more'tr'fess on the East skle 
of PrbicesB Anne Road frontmg 350 
feet more or less on the South side 
of Tucson Road, fronting 625 fcrt 
more or less m the West side of 
Ifairtert Avemie, and fronting 350 
feet on the North skle of Edwin 
Drivt. KempsviUe , Borough. 

VI. AppUcatton of Bird Dog In- 
vestment Corporation for a Use 
Pennit to q)erate a gasoline sup- 
ply itotkm on certain [Ht)perty 
fronting 200 feet on the NorUi side 
«f Hoiland Road, beginning at a 
point 1150 feet East of ^Rubber 
Une. A depth of 200 feet along 
the Eastern and W^ein property 
line, a wkltfa of 200 feet along the 
N(n1hera pev^p^ Une. KempsviUe 
Boroi^. «. J 

vn. Applloatkm of Perrell Farms 
Inc. by Reid M. Spencer for a 
chai^ of zoning fr«n Residence 
Dtq^ Di8trk!t 1 (R-Dl) to Gen- 
eral Industrial Distrkt 1 (MID, 
a Use Permit for a Mobile Home 
Park md a Use Permit for sewage 
li^ooQ on certain property kxeted 
200 feet South on Indian Rh^er 
Road b^^iimtaig at a point 1733.6 
feet West of KempsviUe Road. 
Said (property bwdo-ed (m the 
Nortii by (nc^ or formerly) New 
Li^ GayttK*. Vau^. B. J. 
DaVis, bopdtNtd on the West by 
(ncfw or formoty) Jdm \^right. 
&dd pah:d bdng irregular In 
shape and containing 92.96 acres. 
Phns are mraflsUe hi office d 
City Planning Conunission. Konps- 
ville Borou^ 

Vni. Appikatkm of FareD 
Farms Inc. by Reid M. Spencer 
for a Use Permit to operate . a 
borrow pit on certain property k>- 
cated 1108.02 feet Smith of Indian 
River Road beginning at a point 
483.6 feet West of KempsviUe Road. 
A wkkh of 824.24 feet akuig the 
Eastern property line, a def^ <A 
2798.60 feet atong the Northon 
property Une (adjaceit to previous- 
ly de8GrH>ed parcel for mobUe 
home park). A wklth of 1177.2 feet 
akag the Western property. Une, 
a cconbined distance of 3512.28 feet 
akn^ Qw Southern property line. 
Containing QO.Ol acres. Koi^ille 
Borot^. 

IX. Appiioation oi Caroianne 
Homes Incorporated for a Use Per- 
mit to operate a gasoUne supply 
stati(m on c«labi pr(^)erty tocated 
at the Northwest com«r of Prin- 
ces Anne Road and South ParUa- 
ment Drive fronting 188.71 feet on 
the West side of South ParUament 
Drive, fronting 162.94 feet on the 
North skle of Princess Anne Road. 
A distance oi 200.94 feet along 
the Western property line and a 
distance of 154.97 feet atong the 
Northern property line. KranpsviDe 



• LEOAINOTICB 



Borough. 

X. Apjdteatkm of S * C Com- 
pany f(H- a change of aoning 
from Limited Comnaerdal Dia- 
trtet 1 (C-Ll) to Genend Com- 
mercial District 1 (C-G1> and a 
Use pMTflit to erect a gasoUne 
»^ly statton oh the fdtowing 
parcels: 

Parcel 1; Certain property k>- 
cated at 'the Northeast intersec- 
tiwj of Rosemont Road and Vir- 
giida Beach Borfevard frontii^ 
147.88 feet ^n the N«ft side of 
Virginia Beach Bodevard, front- 
ing 150 feet more or Ims on tlw 
East si^ of Rosemont Road. A 
depth of 20605 feet akmg the 
Northern property line, and a 
width of 150 feet along the East- 
em property line. '^''"'^-^ 

Pared 2: Certain prtq>er^ k>- 
cated at the Nwlhwest interaec- 
Uon of Malibu Drive and Vu^ia 
Beach Boulevard fronting 150 
feet Qh MaUbu Drive and Virginia 
Beach Boulevard. A distance of 
ISO feet atong the NorA«n» att d I omUMOW WEALra^ OT VDUUNU 



Western property 

Parcel 3: CertaijJ iHX)perty lo- 
cated at the Nortoeast intersec- 
tion of Malibu Drive and Vur- 
gmia feeach Boulevard frontog 
150 feet m Malibu Drive and 
Virginia Beadi Boulevard. A dis- 
tance of 150 feet atong the North- 
em and Eastern i«c gpB^ J^ 
Lynnhaven Borough. - *■■"*■"■' ""*" 

XI. AM>Ucation of Adam J. 
Gordon for a Use Permit to con- 
struct a 16 foot by 46 foot WH- 
board <m certain property frwit- 
ii^ 5 feet on the South side of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard begin- 
ning at a point 1100 feet more 
or less East of London Brk^ 
Creek. A d^ of 170 feet more 
or less' akmg the Ei^tem and 
Western property line, a width of 
5 feet along tiie Southern proper- 
ty line. Lynnhaven Borough. 

XH. Applicatiwi of Honorabte 
City Cmrocil for a change of zon- 
ing frwn R^dejce Duplex Ks- 
trict 2 (RrD2) to ResWence S»i>- 
uiban District 4 (R-S4) of cer- 
tain area platted as Cape Story 
By The Sea and C«pe Henry 
Shores bounded|on the North by 
Chesapeake B»^ bounded on the 
East by Sea 9jore State Park, 
bounded on Qie South by Long 
Cre^, and bounded on the West 
by a line 125 feet more or less 
West of Beech Street until it inter- 
sects with Loi^ Cre^. Maps 
available in offkse of City 



Anne UUMties Corporatkm by KeB-| 
am and Kellam, Attimieys. for a 
Use Permit to buiH and operate 
a pumping rtatkiq to be lei^iled 
on Lot 49, Sectioh 21, Prliicees 
Anne Plaza. Said pimping irtalion 
fronting on (propoied) Bethune 
Drive. Plans are availatde in the 
Planning Commission offkt. Prin- 
cess Anne Borough. 

XIX. Api^cation of Princess 
Anne UtUiitM Corporatiwi by KeU- 
am and Kdon, Attorneys, fw a 
Use Permit \o build and operate 
a pumping station on certain prop- 
erty located 1720 feet East of Hol- 
land Road, a distance of 1030 feet 
West of aub House Road. A dis- 
tance of 2300 feet North of South 
Lynnhaven Road and a distance of 
1600^ feef South of Deerpark Drive 
with the intm-section <^ Club House 
ftoad. Princess Anne Boroegh. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, City Clerk 
By: Margaret M. Hoed, D.C. 

lO-T-lt 



NOflCK 



aiil thte i« dqr of Septeii> 



(^gned) Wtmk IL Buttar. m 

|^re«kS.Bite. m 
Sadiitlfr lor tttt Oty of 

PiMUmI by ordtf df 
Randoipb W. CbHrch. State U- 

braiiMi 
Under authority of Sectkn 55- 
18S of the Code of VbrgtiiUi 

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are 



lo the Oerk's Offke of tW Cir^ 
cult Court of the City of Vlrgkiia 
Beach, on the 1st day «f Qstflber. 
1965. **^ 

Older of PabUeatisB 

CHARLES EDWARD LEE, 
I^ainttff, against 

LaVERI^ BEVERLY UB, 
Defendffiit. 

Ttie object of this suit la to ob- 
taui a dhrwce a vincuk> matri- 
monii from tiie said defoidant, 
upon the grounds of having Uved 
separate and apart without co- 
habitation and without interrupticm 
for two vears next orecedii^ the 
commencem«it <A this suit. 

And an affida^t faavhig been 
made and filed that the d^odant 
is not a rwident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post at- 
fice address being 120 lOth Sbreet, 
San Francisco. California, it Is 
ordered that she do appear here 
within' 10 (ten) days after due 
pubUcation hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit 

A coov— Te^e: 

JOHN V. FFNTRESS, Cleric, 

Rv: J. Curtl«? Fruit, D.C. 
Mr. WflHam H. Colona, Jr., p.q. 
972 Laskhi Road i 

ru-ginia Beadi, VIiKlnia - 

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COMMONWEALIfl OT VOOINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Ch^ 
cuit Court of the Oty of VlrgMa 
Beach, oa the lOtti day of Ssplpo- 
bw. 1985. 

Ovisr d T f iMi t U m 

UOYVE h. lOTCHBN, Ptatatlff. 
against ' 

LOUIS L. KUCfflEN, JR. De- 
faidant 

Hie object (rf tfUs aott Is to ob- 
tahi a divorce a vineuh) loatri- 
monU from the Mid 
upon the grounii of 

And an mnlRPn hmm Den* 
made and filed duit fiie diteiiiet 
Is a n(»-reskiait of the SMjl <rf 
Virginia, the last kaowa poet of- 
fice address behig: 14« Spring 
Hill Tarace, Augusta, Georgia, it 
is ordered that he do appewr here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication h«Te<rf, and do what 
may be neceaary to protect hi* 
interest in thte suit 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTOESS, Oerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Brydges k Broylee, p.q. 
1369 Laskin, Road 
Vh-ginia Beach. Virgbda 

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Mde and Oed'tfaiit the dif i nf w K 
JtV^jcBreekiet ^ the Stan ef 

Ca, the laet kaovn po^ el- 
ddrees beii«: c/o (flfnii 
. 9ttf Route B. HooMr. 
Anka. tt ia ocdered tbtt hi^ dm 
hera widlin ten (10) #grs 
doe pubUcatkin h^regf, wA 
«rbat may be n e cm e r y to 
piDleet his bitereet hi this ip|||. 
A OopjMPfsto: 
JOHN V. nCNTRlSS, Oe^ 
JOBS V. FENTRESS. OeHt 
By Mary M. Whhe, D.C. 
Ftoe. Ftae. Legum, Schwan 4 Ftoe 
Law BuikUng. 
l|irfA.Vkrtfeia 



OQiaioN^EALni or vawiiA 

ta «e €tefc^ Oflloe el flw Ch^ 
eirit Oeart «f the City e( Vhfiiila 
OiW el 9^ 



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(kiwef 

ASSORT WRnrOElD 
STALUKSm JR., 
PUntlff, 



SrCATEIiSNTBiBQUlRia) B¥^T^ ACT OF OCTOBf^ 23. 1962; SEC- 
HON 490B, TTIU: 38, mWTBD STATES CODE, SHOWING THE OWN- 
ERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION OF THE VIRGINIA 
^ACH SKJH, SlOB Pacific Avenue, Wginia Beach, Virgtoia 23451, pub- 
U4Md we^y at Virghiia Beadi, Vlr^nia. FSing date: Septen^r 30, 
1585. 

6. He names and addresses of the twbli^er and numaging editor 
are: Mdisher, l^dney S. Kdlam, Virginia Beadi. Virginia; Managing 
Editor, ft J. Lowenthal. Jr., VhrgUHa Beach, Vh^inia. 

7. Tttt owner is: Beach PublidMng Corporation, Virginia Beadi. Vir- 
rana; Sdney S. KeHam, Vlrgiida Bleach, Virghiia; Richard B. KeUam. 
\rircFiaia Beach, Virginia; Tlie Estate of Fk>vd E. Kellam, ^^rghiia 
BeadB^ Virginia; Flovd E. Kellam. Jr., Virgtoia Beach, Virginia; ASiin 
R. MMba. Virginia Beadi, Viiffaib. 

8. the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders 
mtHKm ot hoUfaig 1 oereent or nMre (tf total atnount of bonds, mort- 
^tiee or other securities are: None. 

9. Panwrat^ 7 and 8 niclude. to cases where the stoddiolder or se- 
ctoltt hd^ appears uooh the books of the company as trustee or in 
anv Mber fiduciarv relatwn. the name of ttie oerswi or eomorat'on 
for mton such truMee is actin«!. aim the statements hi the two para- 
erattih dww the sffiairt's full knowledw am* belief as to the c'ronm- 
st^nc** uaA owditions under which ^odcnolders and securitv holders 
wh'* dk» Pot trf-^tr on fe^ books of the coronanv as tni'rtees hoW M«ck 
aH S'**'**'t«es in a c^ac»tv o«ber thui that of a h^na fide owner. Naws'^ 
-M i»4«(«.«*«»s f^ iMMdtta^s wlw «re s^oHkMders of a comoraHo" 
whW4t ^itiV ♦• a 8*o«4^»der or hnTd^r of bonds. niort«»8oe« or othw 
(^^tr^j^ nf Hm ra4>ti<(hhi<r cffl!^''at'»w hav» h«m inehid^ in t>ai-a- 
»ra»4w t ari 8 x^jen the 'nt****!** of sirt hidividiials are eoiiHwilent ^ 
1 n0«v>aTit or mnfv rf the total amount of tiie stock or securities ^ the 

10. ,Citwitetfc>n. ^, ., 

Avepa*!© no. w^ies Sm«ie Twp 

«ich l^soe durin?. .\ N«>«iipst to 
precedhi« 12 mos. Fi1i'«» Date 



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•^n| mnrfiar rflnies nr*t|ted 
PkM oiprwlafon 

ff^T*a«» vsini*^y^ and counter /aVs *»'**l 

tlMr^rUrm hv Mflfl farrier W 

_ 1?^ l^jwi^r Uf»acco"nted. 
•*tiM ■#►*»• »<rl*Ht»i» 
- (9tim 1* f! ^M F-4|«»i^ net 
■nndlMPii te A) 

H. J. Ti8w«»bal .Tr.. Ma*ui«Hi» ■Vi'»'w 



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ITS 



Pbtnnmg CcMnmission. Lynnhaven 
Borou^. 

Xm., Applicatwn pf Atlas Rerf- 
ty Ck). for a change of zoning from 
limited Commercial' iMstrict 1 
(IC-LI) to Goi^ral Commerdid 
Distrirt 3 (C-G3) and a Use Per- 
mit to operate a gasoline supply 
station on c«toin property frwit- 
ing 278 feet on the East side of 
Sarth Lynnhavai Road. A d^th 
of 200.22 feet akmg the Northern 
jaroperty Une (now or fonnerly 
Louis S. Shank), a width of 210 
feet alaig the Eastern property 
Une, a depth of 181.06 feet i^g 
the Soufliem i»t)perty Une. Lynn- 
haven Borou^. 

XIV. AppUcation of Linwood 
W. Chehy and EUzabeth L. Cher- 
ry for a chwige of Mining from 
MuKiple-Famfly Residence Dis- 
trid (R-3) to Retell Bu^ness Dis- 
trict (B-1) d certain property 
fronting 1S2.8 feet on tiie East 
s'de of Hdly Road, fronting 171.8 
fe3t on the North side d 29th 
Street. A depth d 140 fed along 
th? Ea^em prc^rty line, a width 
d 110.7 fed along the Southern 
proe-ty Une (20 foot lane). Vir- 
gkji^ Beach Borou^. 
•'^=^XV>A'Hication d The Break- 
ers MotorTlotd for a Use Permit 
to cOTstruct 12 additional units 
on certain property located at 
the Southeast corner d 25* and 
Atlantic Avenue fronting 198 fed 
on the East Side of Atlantic Ave- 
nue, fronting 150 feet on the 
South fflde d »th Street. A yvidth 
of 198 fed llong the Eastern 
property line, and a depth of 
150 feet along the Southern prop- 
erty line. Virginia Beadi Bor- 

XVI, Application d Seadiore 
Realtv Incorporated for a change 
d zonine from One Family Res- 
idence DistPd (R-1) to Two- 
Family Residence District (R-2) 
on Uts 8. 9 and 10. Block 6 Plat 
01^ Pimnvood. Fronting 75 fed on 
^0 North side d Lake Drive 
h^cfinning at a point 175 feet Ea.«!t 
ftf Caspian Avenue. A deptti d, 
no feet akmg the E'ret«'m and 
W°stAm nmnertv Tne btmI a widtii 
»f 7<? f*.nt oion <»*h* North'Tn nrorv- 
ertv toe. Vir^ia Beach Borough. 

XVn. Afonlication of John S. Al- 
hort for a change d zoning from 
Limited rptmreroial Distrid 2 (C- 
T.**) to f>n«»rrf Commercial Dis- 
tort 3 (C-r,3) and a Use PTn^t to 
onpfatp a gasoline surmlv station 
nn r*»Ha'n rrnnprtv loctpd^^n the 
w«»'4«»r« intoTiwHrn d Tndinn Riv- 
or Wnad othI Prnvid^pr^ Road, 
f-nrtt-'n© 9«f| f-f\ /»« th» 5?oiith 
.j'do rf Tnd'an Rivpr Rft«d Fmnt- 
i»«T ff^ tfif op ^h* North s'd«» d 
P<^»ii<i>?v^ nr>»H a M'idth of 1S2 7 
fo«t Pt^ntvt, fh* Wfli«ti«rn nronprtv 
l«no (•»Vf »^tvol bo'n" trii»»ffii«r 

XVm. ATn4icat<aa d Princess 



COMMONWEAtm OP VIRGINIA 

fit the Clerk's Offk» d the Ci^ 
cuit Court d the City d Vlrgfaiia 
Beach, <m 
tember, VSfS. 




Oiiut ef 

lEOLA WILSON LAWTON, 
Plahitiff, against 

HERMAN LAWTON, SR., 
Ddendant ^ ^ 

The object d this sutt is to ob- 
tain a (Uvorce a vinculo matri- 
monU from the said defendant 
upon the groun(!b d wilful and 
unlawful deserti^ and sdaandoi- 
m^t for a perk^ of more thm 
one year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State d 
Vu-ginia, the last known post d- 
fice address being 1705 Rhodes 
Avenue, Chesapeake, Vh-gfaiia, that 
due diUgence hu hem used on 
the part of the complainant to as- 
certain in what county or corpora- 
tion tlie defendant is without eff'Kjt, 
it is ordered that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days after 
due pubUcatfon hered. and do 
what, may be necessary to pro- 
ted his hiterest hi this suit 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, del* 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
J. Hugo Madiscm, p.q. 
1017 diurdi Street 
Norfolk, Vh-gfaia 



vmoiNU 

b the Clerk's offloe of ttw Oi^ 
cnH Coort d tbe Ctty of Vbrginla 
Beach, mi the 7th day d Septem- 
ber, 1185. 

IN CHANCERY 
DOCKET NO. 
^ . .^ PARTinpN SUIT 

MILDRED BORSTj 

Platatiff, ^z5?!lT"t-- 

vs. 

DOROTHY MAN008 ET AL.. 

Defendants. 
ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

•Hie'objed of this suit 4s to d- 
fert partitkm amongst the own«* 
by alkjtment or otherwise ta one 
d the modes described by law, of 
certahi real estate to the City d 
Virghiia Beach, Virgtala, known- as 
128 Smith Great Nedt Road, d 
whkh Fred W. Borst and Rulh M 
Borst died seized and posseis^j 
nUi tfi affidavit havtaf b^ 
made and tUed that the dden^mts 
WiUiam J. Cdton, Rdh t^.TS^ 
Raymond E. Cotton, Benjainta Cd- 
ton and Thele C. Vest are nd 
residents pf the State d Virpidfi 
and that diUgence has been used 
by or on behalf d the pUdntiff . Mil- 



WtAa ClS TO UBIt , , 

DdcsdiSt 

Ibe obleel d tUs suit to t? eb- 
iite a ovsroe • vlaaib nafri- 
moidi from the said iMeadbut 
tipoii Oie groinda d cruelty and 
conatnictive deeeftioa 

Aqd an alfidifvit havfa^-.been 
nai^aad Sed ttat tte detpodwit 
is a iMHresklent d the State d 
^^rgtnia, the last known peat at- 
Qce addr^s bdng: 140 Norwood 
AvcBoe, SatdUto Beadi. Florida, 
it is ordered that she do appeir 
here withto ten (10) dqrs ■&« 
due pubUcatbn bored, and <fo 
«duit may be necessary to pNh 
teet her taterest in fiiis suit 

A Copf-SMe: 

JOHN V. fENTRESS, Clerk 

By Mary M. White. D.C. 
F^, Fine. Legiua, Sphwan k Fine 
Law Buik^^ 
^ibrfolk. Vkginia »-154t 



niy ISgvt been appMited iim^ 
for. 1^ tf so tfie name d the re- 
ipwthv reodven are unkaofWB 
Mid Adr lad known poet office 
ndA-eeses are anknown. and the 
ilMhiHidera and the tost kurm 
dCic«p and (Uredors d the re- 
spective corpm-dlons ar# unknown 
and &^ I*d known post ctfice 
eijilrcsiei are unknown. Ihat there 
are erBitfi.be persons other than 
thota nrnwd to tVe BiU d Con- 
plaiflt tatereded in the real esate 
to b« deposed d in this suit whose 
names »id litft known pod c^ce 
i)ddresiM are unknown. 

It is, therdore, ORDERED tfiat 
the doove Mmed ps-sois, i Uv- 
tog. and if ^ad. thdr heirs, de- 
visee. Uen creditors mid personal 
represextath^es, and tf married. 
Uidr ropedive comols, ni d tte 
ijbove named corporatkms. thdr 
recdvers, if any, and thdr do<*- 
bdders and lasf officers tfid di- 
rectors, and aU odier persona other 
than ttnee herdn named, who are 
at vd^ bAdereded in vhe real 
eiti^ to be disposed d ki this' 
suit, ^^om nanies are unknown, do 
appear within ten days after due 
pj^i«aty« d thh> ndice and do 
what is neceMary to prdect thdr 
interests. It is further OROTRED 
tliat tiw fonffHog portkm d tliis 
Ordar be pd>Ustied mice a wedc 
for four succwdve wedis in the 
Virginia Beach Sun a newspaper 
nuUidied in the City d Virginia 
Bea^^Vu^nia. 

Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRfiSS, Clerk 

By J. Curtis Fruit. D.C. 
Mr. Stanle> A. PhUUps, p.q. 
Princess Anne Statkn 
Virghiia Beadi. Vir^nia. 



VntCiINIA: • ji 

1b the Oerk's office d «rtS^ 
eolt Cent d the City d Vlni#i 
Beach, en the fth day d SeptedhK 
IMS. 

IN CHABiOERY 

ary of Virginia beach, • 

municipal corpcntitton. C(»npiahi- 
aat, _, ^, .-• 

RICHMOND WEST, d als, Dden- 
dants. • 

ORDER OF PUBLICATM)N 

The o&jed d the above styled 
suit is to seU. free and clear of aU 
Uens and oicun^ranccs, for tlie 
s^iafadidB d &^ -liens thereon 
Uioee certahi Into, tiafAs or par- 
cels d laBd,dtuated in the CUy d 
Vh-ghiia Beach, Virginia, and 
bounded ai^ deacribed as foUows: 

AU those certdn k)ts, pieces or 
parcels d land, dtuded in Lycn- 

_. X- i_ _i.^ haven Borough, Qty d Vir|lnia 
dred Borst, to ascertata «» «*« ^^^ gj^j^ ^ Vu-gtaia, known, 
county or corporatton the defah numbered and* "dedgnated on that 



VIRGINIA 
b the Clerk's dftoe d the Cta^ 
enit CMirt d the Ctty d Vtargbihi 
Bea^ M the Mh day d Septem- 
ber. 1165. 

IN CHANfcERY NO. 8561 

GUSSIE B!/^ <aWPt^»^ - 

C!oaipMl'nHi^ 



CerUfkate d 
Frank E. Butler. HI. Bscheatw 

for the City d Vbntada Beach 
IN RE: ESTATE OF BERTHA 

HADLEY ROBTNSON. deceased 
CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that an Sedem- 
ber U. 19te. at 10:00 A.M. fa the 
Circuit Court d the City d Vurgtoia 
Beadi, Virginia, an toqued was 
held to detprmine if a certdn piece 
or parcel of land had esdieated to 
the Commonwealth d Virrtiia. The 
vprdict at said inaqed was that the 
following real nropertv had «- 
cheated to the Coramonwea'th of 
V'roinia f'^m tiie estate of Bertiia 
Pladlev Rd)inson deceased): 

Ijot nnd Dwelling tecftted at W 
2!Jnd Stred Virginia Re»H*. Vfav 
•nnia. also known as All ttiat cer- 
tain lot nie<»e or naroel d land 
witfi the biiil*n<»8 and hrmrov^ 
meits thereon, and the anwirten- 
anops thereninto be^onm'ng sihiatp 
in the C^ of Virginia Beach. Vir- 
ftinia nfid k"own. wirnhpred SB" 

f7) in Wnok N"'iT«ib«ir Rfrv-ttffw. 
en) of Pl<»t N!?Tir.b«»r si^ (") f*' "n** 
nf the nrn^prtv d th«» ViWnip 
i»«»<JK D-OT'p'nnHm* Ownn«nv 
"4i'r4i caM PV •« diitv of Wv>«t^ 

rviirf rtf Dy> ritv d VJrJrtda lle«w* 

V<Mrin<a 

"mtaeas the folbwing rignahire 



dant Charles L Cotton, is, with 
out effed; and file biD stating that 
there are or may be persons in- 
terested in the s^jed to be dis- 
posed d or dhrided. whoee names 
are unknown, and making such 
persons ddendads by the gdierai 
description of parttos udtnown. 
and dfldavit havfa« been mOt 
and filed that such partiee.are ta- 
*known, such unlgiown parties be- 
ing the bdn, devises and succes- 
sors to tide of Evdyn C. Stuart, 
deceased, dai^ter of Ruft M 
Borst deeeaaed. and any other 
oersons who nwv t)e tatereatdl ta 
the subjed to be disposed of or 
divided. i 

R is ORDERED that the sai^ 
non-r?sident defdidants, namelv: 
WiHiam J. Cbttop, Ruth C. Forth 
Raymond E. Cotton. Benjamin Cd- 
ton and Thde C. Ved, and the 
said deteidtat nd found, namelv 
Charles L. Cdton. and the sajd 
persons made ddendants by the 
general deecriptkn d "Parties Un- 
known" do apoear wittitai ten davs 
after due pdsNcatkn d this order 
and do yrhat is necessary to pro- 
ted, thdr hi^ereats. 

It is furthor ORDERED that the 
toeVK^mfl poirtton d this order be 
pd>Udied once a wedc for four 
tuccesdve weeks hi the Vu-gfaia 
Beach Sun, a newsoaper pd>Ushed 
ta the aty of Vh-ginia Beach. Vh^ 
^a. 

A Copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Oerk. 

Bv Marv M. White, D.C. 
Cdon 5c Wri^t 
2508 Paeffic Avenue 
Vh-gtaia Beach, Vh-gtaiia. 

0-16^ 



COMMONWEALni OF VnUHNU 
Ta the Oerh^ OMee d 4ie Cbv 

1^ OeoH ef flie Cttvof Vtrgfda 

Beach, en the Idh day d Sep- 

tendier, 150. '* 

Oi4er d PiihRratlan 

MARTON T. GREGORY, 
Plaintiff, . 
ngnhid 

SPENCFR M. GREGORY JR.. 

IWefdant 

Tlie obipet of this suit is to ob- 
tain \a dhmrre a mensa d fiioro 
to bpNa*r«»pd h»^ a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from «aid dp- 
fpnd»rft tmrn the Piwwds d wffl- 
fifl rfewilkMi and dt^ndmment on 
November iwi IMS. 

And an affldpit lunriBg ben 



certdn plat entitled "Map of Ead 
Norfolk, mincess Anne Co.. Vu*- 
ginia," dated November. 1908. 
made by E. C. Foreman. C. E., 
whidv plat is duly of record m the 
Clerk's Office d the Cht:uit Court 
of the aty d Vhrgtoia Beach, Vii'- 
ginU, ta Map Book 4 at Page 191, 
as Lds 12 and 14 thruO 90 ta 
BkKk 53: Lots 14 thnH# 24 and 
27 thnx^ 37 ta Btock 56; Ld 26 
.to Bk)ck 86; Lota 1 thi-ou^ 13 ta 
Bkick 110; and Lota 31 and 32 in 
Bk)dc 114; rderence to which plat 
Is herdiy made for a more pw- 
ticular description of said k)ta. 

And it appearing from Uw aver- 
menta d the BiU d Complaint 
f ited hereto and by Affidavit duly 
fUed: 

FIRStT: Ihat diUgence has btoi 
used by and on bdiaK of die oom- 
plataant to ascertata iu what coun- 
ty or corporation the foUowtag de- 
foidauls are, without effect mi 
tiieh* tast known post office ad- 
dressas, where known, are as fo'- 
tows: 
Richmond Wed, 

address unknown. 
L. V. Koontz and Edith Koonta, 
hudiand and wifp. 
Charleston, West Vtagtaia. 
George West 

address unknown. 
Bdle Hens(»i. aka Bdle Hennscm, 

address unknown. 
S. H. Robertson, 

Charleston, Wed Vii^tala. 
EUa S. Simmons, widow, 

address unknown. , 
Stanford Smmons, aka Stanford 
Shnmons, 
address unknown. 
MaxweU Simons; aka Maxwdl 
Simmrais, 
address unknown. 
J. T. Jadcson ft Co. d CSendenta, 
Wed Vlrgkiia. 
Clendenta. Wed ^^rgtaie. 
llw KaiMwha Co., 
Kanawha Countv. 
CharV**)!). Wed Vlrefnia. 
SECfWD: ltd the fitd Rk!h«»pd- 
W^ snd otfi»»r d*'*»TM!a'»t^ in this 
«iit mav havp died leiving hpirs 
devisees, nersonal renrsswitdivps. 
«iiirvivfni» consArts. or lien credit- 
or and. if so. thdr names «<re.un- 
Ip'Htwn ""d thpJr 1»st known Tiosit 
'**»!'* addresses are odpMnvn. Th«»t 
9^ c«TV>"»te d d'^nd B n «« in tW< 
suit mqr be deliiDd and recdven 



JiamiE E. WEYER, Execcrtrfac 
of the Estate d Ckra L. Wep:, 
Deceased, d als., '^ l™ 
Ddendanta 
ORDERipF PUMJCATION 

The objed of the dwve styled 
suit is to quid and estabUdi the 
titte of the complataad hereto to 
certata k)ta of land situate ta the 
City.^,Wgtaia Beach, Vfai^a, 
more particularly described as foi- 
k)wst 

AU toto ta Blocks ^m- i^ 
thttNif^ Ihirteen (13) bdh indu- 
sive, on a certata plat endued 
"Vhrgtaia Beach Annex, Princess 
Anne County, Amended Plat," 
dated May 1966, made by Raymond 
C. Ahnond, C. L. S., and duly d 
record ta the Oerk's Office d the 
Orcuit Court of the City d Vic- 
gtaia Beach, Virginia, ta Map 
Book 41, at Page 41; less and ex- 
cepttag therefrom, howeVter, aU of 
tota nunAered Twenty (20) 
throuf^ Ihlrty Four (34) ta Bkick 
TWrteen (13), both tecludve. 

And it appeairtag by dfidavit 
duly filed ^acconfing to law that 
process heretofore issued ta this 
cause againd Hugb £• Davie, 
Mary E. Harford. J. R. Carter, 
Horace F. Smith, Alease C. Owens, 
and Hu^ Edward Owens, and Ar- 
thur J. Murphy has been rdupmed 
by the City Sergeant of the City of 
^Norfolk, Vh-gfaia "Nd Found", 
and dae diUgence has been used 
and exercii^ by or on bdiaU d 
the complataant herdn to ascer- 
tata ta whd county or corporation 
they now reside without effect, and 
that the address W these dden- 
danta stUl r^natas unknown to the 
complataad herdn; and. 

Thd process heretofore Issued ta 
tills cause agatad W. B. Ran- 
dolph, aka W. B. Randokih, Ran- 
dolph Edates, Incorporated, aka 
Rudolph Estates, Incorporated, C. 
A. Bromers, and R. Nelson has 
bee^ returned by the City Ser- 
geant d the city of Virgtala 
Beach. Vu-gtata "Nd Found." and 
due diligence has been used and 
exerdsed by or on bdialf of the 
ccOTDlataad herdn to ascertain ta 
whd county or corporation they 
now reside without dfect. and tiid 
the addr^s d these defoidanta 
StUl remdns unknown to fiie con- 
plainant hereto: and, 

Thd process heretdore issued in 
this cause agdnd W. R. Wood 
has .been returned bv ttie Oty Sa* 
eeant d the Citv d CSiesneake, 
"Nd Found," and due cBHeeros 
has been used and exercised bv 
(W on behalf of the comolntaant 
herdn to asceitata ta Adid county 
or corporation \» now reskles 
wHhodt effed. and thd the addrdn 
d this dteff^ad still remi^ un- 
known to the complataad herdn: 
and. 

Tliat >»rocflss hPTPtofore i<;nv>d in 
i*ii8 cansp acainst Mamip R Mac- 
Oihbin. Ma"de R MaoTubbta and 
Georee B. M^cCuUiin. dcs 
GenrtK B. McCitWoi^'I'" • has been 
rPtnmed bv the Sheriff d Md- 
thefpn Countv. Virginia. "Nd 
liViund," and due d|li«»pnee h*s 
b«»n u.«ted and estercirod b" or op 
bdidf d the cnmnlatatfd herdn 
to ascertata ta wild county or oor- 



fOtmm tfaigr now redde withoul 
fl^ct, and thd the address d 
ttiaee drfaidads effil rematas » 
ksoim to ttie cffq^ahiad herdn; 
asod, ^ 

nat he b advised, and veril? 
bdlevee af^ diMgent inquiry, that 
C. W, Haiiell, one d the origtad 
ddendants herein I»m^*« 
againd. is i|8fw deceased and thd 
Ms sde detiiee. pursuant to the 
terms of Us Itft^wiU and testa- 
ment is Mdjrf M. Harrdl. who 
reddes d 2572 P?inc«s Anne 
Read, VhiM« B«K:h. Virgtala; 
sod, 

•niat be is advised, and verily 
b^evee after dOiged taqdry. thd' 
J. F. WooAouse, one of the origi- 
nal defeoteits hereto proceeded 
a^itast is now deceaeed, and pu> 
fliMnt to the teran d his last wiU 
and testament tlie property which 
is pwt d tbesdijed matter here- 
d was devised to Mrs. J. F. Wood- 
house, who is BOW decMB«l.' and 
pursuiant to the tsms d her last 
wiy.«idJManMnt the red estate 
beretofiore tmid by J. T. Wood- 
house WW devised to Betty W. 
MtQfo. 1701 S. Wooddde Lane, Vir- 
gbda Beadi. Vh^a. Sara W An- 
drews, 3516 Keatee Place. Raieigli. 
North Cardtaa and John Frost 
Woodhouse, 12 Red Oak Road, 
AdieviDe, North Cardtaa; nnd. 

That C. H. Norman, one of the 
ori^nd partiea ddendant b«r^ 
ta pi^weeded againd by order of 
pd>Ucatkn, M convey his taterest 
ta the fMeiMtty wlddi is the sub- 
ject PMtter hered to A. M. LMum 
by deed appearing d record in 
the Cferk's Office d &is Court ta 
Deed Book' 91, at Page 278; that 
the addnss d the said A. M. Le- 
gum. after due diUgence bdng ex- 
ercised by or (XI beiudf of tiie com- 
plainant to ascotata ta whd coun- 
ty or ccnporatton he now resides. 
stiU rematas to the complainant 
unknown; and. 

That tiiore are or may he other 
persons vdw are taterested In the 
subject matter d fids cause, whose 
f names and addresses to the con- 
plainant herdn are unkniwn: nat 
sme d tiie parties herddtnre 
named as parties defendad, and 
^ the additional parties hereta sd 
forth may be deceased, and if so 
the names and addresses d tiielr 
respective hdrs or devisees are to 
tiie complataant unlmown; that the 
nffine saiul addresses of the con- 
sorte d such d them as may have 
been niarried the pmes aiid ad- 
dresses of thdr respective succes- 
sors, asdgns, of any Uen crecKtors 
wnAo tlie conplainad unknown, 
and (Im! san» are prAcedlbd 
against hereta under the general 
descripti(»i d "Parties Unknown;" 
it is therdore: 

ADJUDGED, ORDERED and 
DECREED tiiat Hugh E. Davlc, 
MaTy E. Harford. J. R. Carter, 
Horace F. Smitii. Alease C. 
Owens and Hu^ Edwai-d Owens, 
Arthur J. Minphy, W. B. Ran- 
dolph, aka W. B. Rudolph. Ran- 
dolfA Estates, Incorporated, aka 
Rudolf^ Estates, hkprporated, C. 
A. Brotiiers, R. Nelson. W. R. 
Wood, Mamie E. MaoCubbin. 
Maude R. MacCubbm, George B. 
MacCiMdn, aka George B. yac- 
Cubbta, Jr„ Sara W. Andrews, 
John Frod Woodhouse and A. M. 
Legum, do apliear witiita ten (m) 
days aflo* due publication of this 
order and do whd is necessary ta 
proted thdr tato-ed herein; and 
it is further ADJUDGED. ORDER- 
ED and DECREED tiiat this order 
be pdbUshed once a week for four 
i4) successive weeks in the Vir- 
gtala Beadi Sun, a newspaper pub- 
UslMd ta tiie City d Virgtala Beach 
Virgtala. 

A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By J. Curtis FVuit, D.C. ' 
Heribert S. Rdd. Jr., p.q. 
200S Atlantic Avenue 
Vtagfada Beach, Virginia. 



9-16-4 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office d the Cli^ 
edt Court d flie City d VIrgiBia 
BewA, en flie Tenth day d Sep. 
tember, 1985. 

' Order d PdUieathm 

JUDY FAYE BRADSHAW. 

taft Platatiff. 

againd 

JOHN ALLEk BRADSHAW, 

Ddendad. 

Ilie objed d tills .•wit Is to ob 
tata a Divorce a vhMuk) matrimonl 
cmtody and support from tiie said 
ddendant upon tiie grounds of 
crudtjii And an affidavit having 
been made and ffled tiiat the de- 
fendmt Is a non-resident of tiie 
State d Vh^nia. tiie last known 
nost offk!e address bdng: U.SS. 
Tfconderora (CVA-A) V-6 Divi- 
sion, F.P.O. San Francisco, Calif., 
It is ordered thd he do anpear here 
within 10 (ten) davs after due pub- 
Itoation hered, and do what mav 
he THwessary to proted his tateres! 
in t*>5s si-iit. • 

.TOFN V. FENTRIiSS CMt * 
Rv J. Cin^s Fruit D. C. 

Mr ilwmdore A. Rovce, Atty. 

i«8 N. P!««M Tp»n 

'Vincess Aime PlwM 

Vhrgfada Bendi. Vfaginia 

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• UMLNOnCB 



In tiw QmVM met of tlM Oi^ 
ciA G^ 4)1 ttM Oty of VlrgiN* 
BewA aOm ard dt^ of SepUm- 
ber. MM. 

^ THOMAS 8. KJW 

and 

OORINNe It BORT 
1504 AdM^ Road 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 
Complainants. 

V*. 

JAMES L KliOMl 
Borne, Georgia " 

an^ 

MOjDBM} F. FISHE21 . ^ 
Tuskegee. Alabama. 
Defendants. 

Order flf PnbUcatka 



• UGALNOnCIS 

VIKaNIA: 
IN ftm CLESK'S OtfKl OP 

tiiB ancuR' OMJBT or nx 
criY w vmcuiinA amkw on 

IHB Wk DAY or Si^TBlOKE. 



■»i l i' - 



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The object of the above styl^ 
suit is to obtain the specific p«- 
formdncc of a sales contract dated 
May. 6. 1MB b^Mwen Thmias E. 
Surt and Gwiom M. Burt, known 
as Buyers, and James I. Fisher 
anl MIM^ Pr Filter, known as 
Sellers, wh««in it was agreed that 
the Buyers would buy uid the Sdl- 
ers woidd sdl for tlw sum of Twen- 
ty-Five Tbousand^DoUars ($28,000) 
certain property boated in the City 
of Vir^nia Beach, \rirginia, and 
known as Lot Five Hundred Fwiy- 
Two <542) on the plat of Thorough- 
good, and also known as ISOt 
Adams Road; it being the prayer 
of the Oomfdatemts to have 12^ 
Court direct the Defendsmts to ex- 
ecute a good and sufficient Gen* 
era! Warranty Deed conveying the 
shove descrU)ed property to the 
Con^lainaa^ iqxn Qte paynmU 
to the Def endmUs of the sum of 
Twenty-Five Thousand ((£,000) as 
called for by said contract and 
tiiat in tlife event the Defendants 
should fail to ai^)ear or answor 
that the Coivt i^jpoint a qpecial 
commiasionef to execute a Deed 
in behalf <4 tbe Defendants am- 
veying the said property ^to the 
- Complainants. ~— — ~ 
And, it appeariiQ hf Affidavit 
filed according to law that James 
Irving Fisber. and Miklred F. 
Fisher are not res^^its of this 
State. 

It is ttierefore ORDEStED that 
the said Janks Irving Fidho- and 
Mildred F. Filler appear wtthin 
Ten (10) days after Sae pidl>lica- 
tion of this Ortier in the Clat's 
Office <rf our said Cinsnt Coort 
. and do what is necAsary to pn- 
feet theur interest. 
Jind it Is hiriher 01 
m 4si .O^der btPj^^DM (mce 
a week for four (4) succes^e 
weeks in the Virginia Beach Sun, 
a newspaper printed and published 
in the City of Virginia Beach, and 
circulate hi the City of >^i^uua 
Beach, Virginia. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. Qerk. 
By: Mary M. White^ D.C 
Donald C. Grey, p.q. 
Murphy and McGedn 
2474 East Little Creek Bead 
Norfolk, Vqr^nia 

»J04t 



ORDEK or rUUKATION 

pfnur M. WBrrEHEAo 

BOBrarr EDWABD WmnEUEAD 
JR., ctal 

The object of this i^ is to ef- 
fect {wtitkm ttvong te ownen by 
lak or otherwise of real pnyoty 
in the City of Virgiaia Beach, ^^r- 
ginia known as ^ '^den Pr^ 
perty," situated on the nortttaat 
comor of the MersM^km of ^rki- 
cesB ^ne Ri^ and Kempi^ie 
Road also known as SUM Piuna 
Anne Road, d whkdi Robert Ed- 
ward Whit^)^ died seized «id 
po sa e asc d. 

And (» affidavit having ben 
mack and Qted that &isan White- 
head Byars, farmo-ly l^isan Kat- 
herine Whitf|iead and El&iteth 
Whttdiead ^Gray, f<»sieriy ESIza- 
betii Pyrenees Whit^ead. are not 
residents of this State. 

It ki 0R£»31ED that add aon- 
residots nandy: Susan WhMehead 
Byart, formrly SiMut Katharine 
Whitehead, and Elizabeth Whita- 
he^ Cray, formerly, pzriieth 
Frsraces WhUehead, do ^ipear 
within tea days aft^ due piiUka- 
tion of thiauuder ami do what is 
neceottry to protect their interests. 
It to FUBUHER (»DER£D that 
the f««gohig portkm of this Order 
be published once a week far four 
succenive weAs in the Vu^an 
Pilot, a newipaper pdslished in the 
Ctty of Norfoik, Virginia, and the 
Viq^ua Beach Sun, a new^uper 
pii>liabed in the City of Virginia 
Beachv Virginia. 
A Copy— Teste: 
JOiKV 
By: J. Ciotis 
Philip P . 
Board of Trade 
Norfdk, Virgioia 



of Viifbria Beach, forranly in 
Wm^mm MagiiMal iMct in 
9riBoa«AaM Coanty. ^tafhiia. 

emUin plat or survey ntitled, 
"Aiatvtikm of Araflona Village. 
ateOam I, PrlDOMi Anne County. 
Vta^aia." dalad June. ttSS. and 
made by Fradt 0. Tarrd. Jr.. k 
AMneUm, Survqi«:i and Eo- 

Circuit Court of VlrglBia Beach. 
VkiMi, tiUtf m^ «a|page 

a«9«^mEr 6ta 
Hock "I;" reiirewi to v^ch plsA 
ta h^el^ mada for ^a mere parti- 
(vlar ^ifaa^tkn of aaid bt. 

I^UiiS: Chsh. The MCceafAil 
bid<fer will be nqpiirad la deposit a 
minipum d 1^-90 at Ae time 
tlM pcvv^ ii 9iM. ^^ settle- 
ntMst to he nu^ wlthtai 15 days 
ttveaftv. 
Sunud I. White, SqNitute 
Trustee, KB Piatt One, 
NorfbOc. Virpnia 6&5301. 

M(Mt 




• IJMI.»f3Mii [ Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, October 7, 1965 



Pa9»7-i 



Viigiida Beach, VlrgMa 




-V 



PVBUC NOnCSr, 

All tartotssted persons are wlvia- 
ei that ttu construction d a pard- 
kl bridge aai api»t>acfaes on Route 
eo ' over Lynnhavin Inl^ Akng 
a»re I^e from Surry l^o«^ to 
Jetty Street, as shown on i^ta^^d 
Aetch, a being coo^id^ by ^ 
^te Hi^ay Coramisj^kjn. 

Any iirtfflrested dtiaens from the 
communities affected by this ipoirte 
may request tfa^ a pii>Bc hearii^ 
be heki by mtlng a inlttao re- 
quest to the District Engineer. 
State Hi^way Departmait. &rf- 
folk. Vir^a. on or bef«« Octobo- 
25. 1965. In the event such recpie^ 
is received, a further notice of die 
time ahd the place tt the hearhig 
^ill be publis&ed. 

S^aie Highway (^onan^sskm ff 
Virginia 

Rktenond. Va., 23319. 
Septeraber 21, 1965. 

s : V Mo-ar 



00MM0NWKAL1H or VnHUNU 

la tt» Ctefc'a Office erf the Cl^ 
cuit Ooet of the C^ of Virginia 
Beach, on the isth day of Septero- 
btf , MB. 

PMU^B. NICKER^N. Flaio- 

m, 

iCainat ^ 

MARY ^IM mamSQK De- 

f«^liaL 
Hie dbjeot d thU siA is to «)>- 
tain a Avocee a imbm et than 
to be Mer merged into a (ttvwc* 
a vta»do matrimonii from the add 
del^riwt, ivtn the ^t>uods of de- 
lertkiii. 

A^ ap sffidavlt havi^ hera 
made and filed that the defndaot 
is a aon-rapident of the Stale of 
Viij^ua, (he last known ppi* if- 
fice mUnm being: 1084 Sakm 
Street, llamphis. Tmmm, ^ is 
ordered that she do ivpiar here 
within ten (^0) days lAer due pub- 
Bcatim hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to pnHect hex uiter- 
MLln this suit. 

i ^mvs TUHa 

JOHN V. FENTRISS, Clcfk. 
By: J. Curtis Fruit. D.C. 



a 
factMt 



'HS 



tUSSIFIED US «mu>i 



ANNOMNOMENTS 

10 Sptclal NoHoa 

LOSE WEIGHT siiely witt Dex-. 
ADiet taUats. Only SSc at your 
drug store. M3^ 

^^rtALOATroN POJCY - 
teued regardkss of age or etsM- 
ing criadc coodttkn. No waittag 
p<^ OQimal ilheai or accklats. 
Phfoa MA Meu. Wl-im 

mItomot<ve 



EMPLOYMENT 



41 Halp WanMd-^Mak 



20 Ailtontohiles For Sato 



Needed — 3 men inmediat^ for 
manager trainee imtgram. Must 
be attentive and career minded. 
Cdl «M14S. 

U-tttfiB 

CAB DRIVERS. Smrlce man 'i)c- 
cqpted. No cxperi^ce neMBsary. 
I8M12 V^reeUy. We pay for City 
pwmit. AL») free nx»n r«it Safe- 
wi^ Taxi, 370 Siore IWve. Vir- 
gUa Beach. Mfeaei »»tft> 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 

ni i^rtmonta Furn^ad 

CORAL SANDS Motel. CaU 428- 
9M0. 1 or 2 bedroom ailments. 
Nicely fumiahe(). Also motel unit. 
Reasonabla r^es. 9^ttn 

.- ,. ■■ .m ni-'Ufinnu ■ 

OCEANA — (3ean f unddied ^art- 
ment Flen^ storage. Resid m tial 
area near bas§. bus, large yard. 
Ownor. a»42S6. , 9434fn 



RENTAL RE/M. ESTATt 

115 HoufM— FwmlaMd 

■ ^ — - - ■■ 

VraciNU BEACH - NWB bases 
and beach. SmsU colta^ fur< 
i^^ied. No deposits. |80 month. 
Cmiple only. No p^. J 10 090. 

WO-th 



116 Business Placet 
For Renf 



UVESTOCIC-PETS 



Brydges k Broylea. p.q. 
IMi Laskin Road 
VkgiaiA Beaefa. Virginia 



9SCM» 



J8II FORD PK^-UP with extra 



long uUlity body: Low mttaipr "^ 



9^04t 



TRt^nEE'S SALE 

Id executi<Hi of the deed of trust 
fnm Melvin Harward Lewis and 
Sarah P. Lewis, husband and wife, 
dated October 19, 1956. recorded 
in the Clerk's Office d the Circuit 
Court of the City of Vh^a 
Beach. Virpnia. in Deed Book 474 
at page 44, die undersigned havii« 
be® designated as ^batituted 
Trustee in accordance w^ tbe 
ttfms of fis^ deed of trust by an 
iBj^ruBM^it duly recorded in the 
aforetakl Clerk's Qffke; default 
bavtaig occurred in the payment <^ 

said note, thi; undersigned will of- 
fer fo nide at pidilk auction, to 
the hi^est biddar. for cash, at die 
entrsmce to the Circuit Courts 
ftiiWi^. of the City of Virginia 
Beach. Virginia, on Saturday, Oc- 
tober 23, 1985, at 10:30 A. M.. the 
following described property: 

All that certain tot. piece or par- 
ed of land, together with the im- 



provements therewi and the ap- 

puiteoaaces thereunto betonging, » .^ «u j 

lying, situate and being in the Cityl-S209 Virgmia Beach Bhrd. 



COMMONWEALTH OF VqiGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of th^ Cir- 
cuit Court of die City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 15th day of Septem- 
ber. 19M. , 

Oi^ ef PlABeattai 

BOBERt LEE HILL, Piaptiff . 
against 

BETTY JO HUX., Ddfeodant 

The objett of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a m^ua et thoro 
to be IMer merged taito a divorce 
a vincuto matrimonii, from the 
said defendant, iqwn die grounds 
0^ destftkin ttid abai^oinneiA. 

And an affidavil havl^ 
made'asiflW^,^^r.,. 
Li a «si-residait of vm 3t2^ d 
Virginia, the laat known poet of- 
fice address being: 1414 Court 
Street, Alameda, California, it is 
ordered Uiat she do a]^)ear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
pUbIk»tion ho^. sod do what 
may be nece^ary to protect her 
iDtereat in this wit 

A ojpy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Qerk. 

By: Mary M. White. D.C. 
Lowdl K. Oark. p.q 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 
In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the aty of Vkgiafai 
9Meh. te the TepH day of Sep- 
tember. ll«. 

Oidif •( PAHeaMse 

bujlie faye vidal, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

JOSEPH PAUL VIDAL, 

Defendant 

The object of diis suit Is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinci ' i lo^rknoni. 
curtbdy. and supp(»t trcm the said 
d efend ant upon grounds ot deser- 
tron. And an affidavit having bran 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a noiHMidedt of the State of 
Virginia, die la^ known post of- 
fice address being: 5J7 Boufty* 
^reet Algiers, Louisiana, it is or- 
da«d ttiat he do aiq^ear here with- 
m 10 (ten) days after due pdb- 
Ucatton hereof, and do w^ niay 
be necessary to prefect htf hiterest 

hi tUs suit. 

A Copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Derk. 

J. Curtis Fruit D. C. ^ 
Mr. IhsoddN A. Boyco, Atty. 

106 N. Plaza Trail 

^dnccn Anne Plaza _.. 

Virgiitia £e^, Vurginia, 



Excellent condition. |1585. Call US- 

mA, «> -^^ 

FCHU): 1965 Galaxie 500. 4-door 
Air condlttoned. 250 H. P., Power 
Bering, brakw. Maiqr «ctras. 
Priced to seU. 42M488. 1^7-U 



70 Dog»— Cats— Offhar Pttt 



CAVALIER DRIVE-Spacious 2 
bedrooms, furnished, air condi- 
tioned, heat, warfier * dryer. Call 
MA »4W5 or GA »4a06. S(-29-lt-P 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



30 Aerttanci Servl^a 



FOR SALE — W&% fox tarriers. 
AKC registered. Champ sired. 10 
weeb. call I2&-0293 alter 4:00 p.m. 

9-30-2t 



/V\ERCHANDiS£ 



FURNISHED apartment 2 bed- 
rooms, living room, kitchen & 
Bath. Nfce Tgcaiion. AAilts oiriy. 
No pets. |6S year round. Call ti& 
1288. . Wh^ 



I 



90 Articlas For Sat* 



2 BEDROOM furnished apart 
ment. Heat and water furnished. 
Reascmable r^t to responsible 
party. Ah» efficiency ipartment. 
Call 4284236. 10-T-tfn 



LET OUR MODERN OFHCE BE 
YOUR OFFICE. 24th k Paciffc 
Avenue, Vfa-gtoia Beach. Virginia. 
Plwne 428-7574-H. I. Jaffe or Fred 
Isaacs. For $25 par month we fi- 
nish: 

A. Your own use of desk. 

B. Daily telepbom contad and w- - 
swering service. 

C. Post Office mailbig address. 

D. Use of typist and secretary at 
nominal rates. 

Have room for tmly four clients. 
Apply immediately. 9-3»^ 



'4 



VACUUM CLEANERS - Hoovw. 

/ Seles and service. Fpimpt ef- 
(kdenk repairs. Ptek up and de- 
Uvery. Phone 428^222. Fuel 
Feed k Buikitag Suppliea. U^ 

ctfn 

31 ^iim"t-'^»py^^"* 



NEW AND REPApl WORK 
Phmibing — Heating 

Electrical - Ah: CoodltiOTtag 
PRHKaESS ANNE PLUMBING 
^—^..AND ELECTRICAL . 

- _ SUPPLIERS, me. 

-'^^-^' Uttoe 426-2^0 ■*=*«- - 




b.ili 



•-164t 



yyiNOUNCEMINTS 



10 Si^ial NotfcM 



ANY PERSON wttnessing an au- 
tomobile acckient at the intersec- 
tkm of Vffginia Beach Blvd. and 
Plaxa Trail, Virginia Bteach. Sab. 
urday. September 4, fli$5, about 
10 A.M. tov(rfving a sportscar (TR- 
4) and a black Ford, please call 
MA 2-2307 gr write The Virginia 
B^cb Sun, 'Box No. 121. 

9-23-tfn 



NOTSCEI 
Contwtttors k Home Builders- 
Ut ua bcb you wtth dut new 
home ^ iSditioos — or rejafrs. 
We can fumlA materials from 
basement to attic and aid you in 
financing. 
Phgpe; Kellam k Eatop, loc 

;.43x-:-::ai) 426-2661":"":^:" : 

42M7» - --.-= 
42Mn7 

- - - ^ .J^ tfia 



DIAL-A-MATIC zig zag sewing 
inac*'fai«» in modem style cabinet. 
Repossessed; assume payments of 
17.50 mwith, or pay balance of 
I42J0. Free home demonstNtkm. 
Write "Credit Manager," Box 128, 
Care Virginia Beach Sun. 10-7-^ 

SEWING MACHINES. Singer, 
electric pirtabtes. Reconditiened 
and guaranteed. 3 only to sdl at 
$12.96. Free home demonstration. 
Write "Sewing Machine," Box 127. 
Care Virginia Beach Sun. l(K7-4t 

CANNON, CivU War repUca, cop- 
per barrd with spdce viiieels, ^>- 
proximately 600 pounds. 420-4082 
between 64 p.m. daily, wedcoKb 
9-5 for appointmeit 10-7-lt 



BEDROOM, living room, kitchen, 
badi and den. Heat and water fur- 
nished. /l544 Midugan Ave.. 
Oceana. Call 428-104d OT 428-me. 
lfr-7-2t 



118 .Rant or Sal* 



POINT-0-WOODS. For rent or sale. 
Executhf'e type. 4 be(froQms. Cen> 
tral air conditioning. Wooded kit ,^ 
Call 340^790. 9-23-tfn 



Mal estate for sale 



\Afk nousos f-or Sale 



FOR RENT: Modern Furnished . . .^ 

Apartment GaS Heat |75 per j VIRGINU BBACH-<»oice nei^ 
month Octdaer 1st through May 



91st. hone 4ffi-'^i 



9^-4t 



FOR RENT — Furnished apart- 
ment with living room, bedroom, 
kitchenette, large clpset and bath. 
Central location. Nkely furnished 
and comfortable. $50 per montn. 
Call 428-7827 or 4284960. 9-30-21 



One and two foedroon^ funiished 
apartments. Year round. Call 
428-2724 or 428^666. 



borhood near Cavallw Hold. 
Quaint Early American brick w^ 
^te roof, in beautifd setting. H§§^ 
4 bedrooms, 2V4 baths, center haO. 
Under $40,000. Call 428-4441 Frank 
Atkinson Real Estate, 5^ k <Ur 
lantic Ave., Virginia Beach. 



FOR SALE: Chie electric fbur 
burner, 30-inch kitcbei r^e. 
Call 34^8|42. \ 10-7-lt 



We ifKidahxe hi Utchen ciMneta, 
heme iRfcewemedl and aqy 
type of sb(^ work. Call P(»ida- 
rosa Mill Work at 3006 South 
Lj^nhaven Road, S40^5K) or 940- 



9-11-tfia 



employa^ent 



40 Help Wanted— Female 



ALTE8ATIONMIPAIRS 

ADDITIONS, ALTERATIONS - 
Replacing fkwr joists and sills, 
pordies and steps. Leave yoiff 
building problems to us. Sober. 
20 years experience. That* you. 
B. F. Bell, Jr. MA 24B96. M9-t|n 

WALSH AND SONS 
Building and Remodeling 

We will build your dream boroe 
or make y<Mir (Resent one a 
dream to live in. Bank financ- 
ing. Dial 587-9410 anytime. 

8-19-tfn 



Gfe94ERAL cpF»JTRACTINO 

All types of home improvonents 
k renoodcUng. 'Heatkig* repairs 
and ' installations. ALL WORK 
GUARANTY!). B^ fiaaacing. 
CaU Mr. Stimta, if^-'mi or §»- 

9543. •■» 




BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL 
»—4 DIRECTORY < 



ADDmONS— Aluminum i^ 
fiberglass, stone, acoustkal tile, 
floor covering, any type construc- 
tion4 free estimates. Dunn-Ri^ 
Const. Co.JU3 #ll; JU»?^ 

ADDITIONS — Alterations, kitch- 
ens remodeled, roofing, gutters, 
siding, oHnmerdal repaire- Deal 
Constnictkm Company. 543-1502 
after 5 p^n., i97-a4 i2. 

HOME inqjTovements of all kinds. 
We do our woA ourselvg. CaD 
few free eatijnatef ; B^Ry^^gfiB- 

SUP COVERS 

DRAPERttS-a* Covers-^ 
skilled asfetance in seledtag de^ 
orator fabrics, custom fitted by 
e3q)ert8 in your home. &*isfac- 
tion guaranteed. Call a»-2ill- 

IANDSCAPING " TREB 

Time to m^ your lawn and trim- 
ming of evergreens; we also do 
^ting, mainteiance and tree 
work. Free estimates. Teeuwen 
Brothers puffery. 5IW469 day or 
night 



SMITH MOVING k HAULING. 
Tyenty4(iir hop^ a day. Movfs 
anytMig. Call MA ^7980. 



PLUMBING 

PLtimiNG and Heating repairs. 
HaX and full baths complete, 
lotcfaens remod^, sewers in- 
stalled. Rm- free estimate call W. 
W. liWlUnson. 855^16 87. 

UPHO UTBUNG 

.•^— — — "■^~"""~""~"*~~'"~""~* 

UPHOLSTERING, refimahmg, re- 
pairtag. restwing. T«^fy-foiff 
yeai» experiajce sboukl make a 
differwce. Capitol Upholstering. 
CaB UL M544 or 397-2951. 



AUTOMOBILES 

Are ycm kwking for a 2nd car? 
If you are interested in some oi 
the best deals in town. 1962 
modds and up; impre id ZTtb 
and diuftii Sts. or phone 622 
8962. 8-19-tfii 



AAWNINGS 



ALa)A A]\anim|m skSog. Free 
estimates. Call 420-1284 8-19-tfn 



CONCRETE WbRK 



DRiyEWAYS - Walks, 40 cents 
square VxK\ patio 12'xlO', |96. J. 
D. ^er, 856-2414. 



COSMETICS & PBUHIMIS 



f^Me Norman CpinM^cf 

Merle N<ninan Coanetics now 
has a rtudio at toAk Atlantic 
Ave. Phone 428^153. 8-194p 



MOtTGAGES-lpANS 



BORROW db^ firom an ap- 
proved kical lee^. Cepopariaons 
invited. Reshiential and Industrial 
Loan Company (RILCO). 23 .Sd- 
den Arcade. CaD MA ^922. 



PAINTING 



PAINTING - Interior, wdenor; 
woric done reasoiuMy; free esti* 
mates; call 5464410. 



RITE-WAY-Rasldeatial; tow to 
price. Jfi^ quality work. Dial 
8S»€846. Mr. Siidcs. 8-^t(n 



Cmicrete placing and finishing; 
cMstom work; White Concrete 
Service; dial 3404038. 

CHAR;JS L. BLf CK-cx»crete 
work, "driveways, walks, patkw, 
porches; free estimates; 543- 
0614, anytime. 8-19-tfn 



AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY. 
Virpnia Beac hunit needs perm* 
innit. typist who knows genoral 
jf^ procedure. CaU 4284151, be 
twwtn 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. 10-7-lt 

MAID WITH E3^ERIENCE for 
women's dress shop. Call 340^12. 

l0.7-2t 

SBAMSTRESS for women's ctoth- 
ing. Must bo experi^Qced. Call 340- 
4012. 10-7-21 



SINGER ZIG-ZAG. 65 MODEL 
GUARANTEED— Take over bal- 
ance $47.50 or $1.15 per wedL 
Call Credit Dq^artment Howard 
Sewing Center, 853-5611. plt^lfi 



FURNCQJRi:, for sale— Bed. Vk- 
terian diahv, Wedgevraod chioa- 
Belmar pattern. Odds and ends. 
Call Doris Makinson, 428^703. 

9-2-tfn 



93 Houaahold Goods 

For the finest furniture upholster 
■~ing and refinishing call 428- 

6377. Hilltop Upholstering Co.. 

1000 Virginia Beach Boulevard. 

Free estimatea— pwk-up and de* 

livery. New and used furniture 

for sale. 

7.224fn 



WAITRESS-experienced. Over 21. 
Steady work. $45 pa- week. Marti- 
nique Restaurant. Call 464-5061. 

9«16-tfn 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



\ 10 ApartmenH Unfurn. 



FURNISHED Garage Apartoioit 
living room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen 
and bath. Water furnished. $75 a 
moitfh yMffly. , Available Septem- 
ba 1st Call 428414K. 8-19-tfn 

2 BEDROOMS. KNOTTY PINE 
LIVING ROOM. M(X)ERN KITCH- 
EN AND BATH. MONtHLY OR 
YEARLY RENTAL. 6 BLQCKS 
FROM OCEAN. OWVENIENT 
TO FT. STORY AND OCEANA 
N.A.S. CALL 587-4778. IP NO AN- 
SWER CALL BACK IN MORN- 
ING. 8*tfn 



qj^SIFIED DISPUY 
AUCtlONS 



Maury Riqanto 
AucVion Company 

H . i|. il \iii lH'iii I I ^ I'M " - 
Niii rl,ill/iim III lilt 



INSTRUCTIONS 



FURNISHED apartment mw fw 
rent. Year round rate. Heat and 
water furnished. Also whiter rate 
for workers and teachers. Call 
H. G. Moore. Jams k Kitchen, 
428-7755. a-12 tfn 



HARDIN S(pHOQL 

OP j\usig 

Bri#to|r Hardin. DfrMtmr 

312 - 38tk StrMt 

Viffiala Beaeh 



RE^ ESTATE 



PIANO TUNING 



CREECK'4 Piano Hoing Sovice. 

ProDpt' tSBdnl. RMBoiiable. 

Uii 'irVtA\ J. W. or Gary Oeech. 

^ 8-191tfn 



SEAMSTREK — Men's clothing 
store. Full tune. Hours and salary 
discussed \i^ appdntmeot Call 
428-7180. 9-23-4-t-i) 



EIJENTy d business! Excellent 
oi^iortunity. Hi^ c(»nnuffiion. Bo- 
nus plan wA other incentives. Li- 
cenfed or priiceQsed -will train. 
Part thne ^ kdl time. Lynmiaven 
Cdoi^ and Vh-ginia Beach Aiea. 
See Jack Cross. Compass Real 
EiUte C«., 29^5 Shore L^ve. 4&}r 
^^" • »8-tffl 



DUPLEX for rent— mw. Wooded 
lot. Dead end street Call 428- 
3246 or 4542063. 9-%-lt 

2 BEDROOMS, living room, dining 
room, kitchen, bath, first floor, 
yard. Convenient to shopputg. Rea- 
sonable yearly rental. Phone own- 
er — 428-5016 or 428-2143. 9-30-tfn 



APARTMENTS — Furnished or 
onfumiined.' Yearly or seasonal 
Cooper Realty, 206 2Sth Sb-eet 
428-1331. Nights 428^833. 

3^tfn 



Austhi's Court Motel Apartmoits, 
206 - 19th Street. Efficiency 
apartments, p utilitt» to* 
lushed. aIso. 4-room apartment 
and funiished rooms. Blodc 
from Bus Station. By week (^ 

nxmth. 

t&i 

Living room, bednKtm, kitcbeo, 
bath. Convenient to ^opphig, 
churches, latBKlronwt Very 
reasonable yearly rental. Pacific 
Avenue. Phone owno* 428^16 
or 428-2143. 

7-29-tfn 



Sales - Rmtals 
Custom BuikUng 
aiort-term and yearly -^ 

ANCHOR REALTY 

^74^ iVf^tifloe f w servl». 



Bl&l^«ISS SERVICES 



FURNISHED 2 bedroom apart- 
ment. 241 MuMle Une. Call;. 428- 
9060, exteqsion 48t Leave mes- 
sage for Len Crowe. 9-9-tfn 



Several furnished and unfumi^ed 
apartments in die Lynnhaven 
Colony area. Shore Drive. Call 
Comiiass Real Estate Company, 
464-3583f. 8-26-tfn 

111 Apartments (urnifHod 



TILE 



- -V ' . .'■ - \ ■ 
Ceramic vinyl aqibhlt tastalle- 
tjoqs and reppors. .Wl^tteakle 
tae. Dial UL 34661.' 8.19-tfa 



!itsm& 



BRICK MASONS 



BIUCKWORK - Steps, fireplaces, 
^inm^, stefw butt, repaired; 
^msAiers, MA 7-Sn6. 



PATC|iWORI( 

^ledallst! Booms, cetlii^, in- 
divi<hial will do, at loweA cost. 
Fitie estimate: Any size J(^. MA 
7^097. >lWfe 



VENfTIAN BLINDS 



T 



ItlGK 




■ i. ' i i n ' 



^1ERATI094S -s,Rq?airs and 
wad^ CaU Cb^ GX^-7230. C. 
A. Lindblad Co., 606 W. 26h Sll 



Ideal Ppr Roadways 

^imUsina In 
• L^liimUrMid 
> Mditv Materiab 

CS|., INC. 



4t Hel^ Want»d— Mal» 



llHHTV .Qf business! Excellent 
o^orkihity. Hi^ coBimission. Bo- 
^ plan and other ioceothres. Li- 
coised or unlicensed— will train. 
Put time - fun time, lymnhaven 
Cdony and Virginia B^ch Area. 
See Jack Cro». Compass R*al 
Estate Co., 2906 Shore Drive. 464- 



35^ 



9-2^ 




42 Hdp Wanted 



\ 



MANPtpWER, WC. 

intfipinLY NEZDB 

TypWe 



CayALIER DRiyE - FWPilbed 
irToam cottage. Call MA 2-45^ or 
GAIMVB. 



NEW and Modem. Also remodeled. 
One and two bedrooms. In the 
heart of the beach. Low winter 
rates or yearly. Can arrange time 
also, to suit teachers. Call 4^8-6713. 

9^23-tfn 

COMPLETELY furnished. 1 and 2 
room effkiencies. Some with wall 
to wall carpet. |90. monthly, in- 
cluding water. CaU 428-8060 or 
42fr^l. 9-23-tfti 



1 BEDROOM furnished apartment. 
AU uUUties furnished, use of au- 
tomatic washing machine. Yearly 
rental. tOO per month. CaU" 438- 
6582. 9-9-tfo 

113A Housei, Furifhed or 
Unfurnished 



HOGGE BODY SHOP 

835 VtndMa Beach BKi. 
Vlrghda Beach. Va. 

It' Hour Wrecker Service 
Day phone— 428-4371 

Ni^t phone — 
428-1780 k '340-3083 

9-23JK 



Asif Your Eye Physician 
About 

TRAYLOR'S 

GUILD OPTICIAN 
Serving Virginia Bm^ 

1369 Lwiirin Rd., Va. B«Mlli 

Barnard H. McNaoaarat M|p% 

GArdan 8-4020 



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Several furnished and unfurnished 
houses in the Lynnhavdn Colony 
area. Shore Drive. CaU Compass 
Real Estate Company, 464-359. 

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Wa "have iitunieaiafe aa^oneots, 
many adjacent to Virginia Beach. 

Ti^ off between jobs «^ de- 
fied— work on these ten^rary 
joiw wl^' coovement to you. 
j^^.'^gw for l^prvi^ #d ji4> 

lis Bou^ Street 

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ONE BEDROOM. Nicely fur- 
nish^, very comfortab^ and 
bair^. yra^ly reiita| to adults. 
Holland. 411 22nd Street 4282301. 

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237 BAY COLONY DBIVE-Un- 
furnished. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths, 
guest hmise detached, vaodmi 
prime tocation. Yearly rental |20O 
monthly. MA 24575 or GA 84206. 

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FOR RENT: smaU house. Fur- 
nished, suitable for m\^ only. 
App^ Mrs. S. WeUs, 604 Dela- 
ware Avenue. 42^5844. 10-7-« 



LUXURY sununer studio apart- 
ments for winter rental. Designed 
for discriminating couples or badt 
ekirs. 'Kitchen, dimpg ar€#, bi^ 
divkier, ami swinuoing jpool. All 
uMPfs furnished. App^y. BLU^ 
Mi^LIN LOi)GE. 24U Pacific 
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For Rent' 



FOR RENT-^Unfumi^d heiie^ 
3 bedrooms, iVz bath. dp. ff^ 
porch. ^8-6320 after 5:30. Weil- 
^oJl jg y. ^ ^^ 

2 BEDROOM HOUSE unbirnishBd. 
^ve & refri^rator. Y^ iW>d 
r«ntal. ^ly 1^16 Cy^^ Am. 
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FC« THp LAtolfeS: 

CROUpi-BLOUSiS — 2 for |i to $10 - WftLNER^S INC., 108-110 W. Freemason Sfc^ 
Norfolk ^^--^ ^ vU^ , :, 

BOl^SON HAIR DRYER-^for |19.95 — A. BARTLEY & SONS, 3 Downtown. Plaza 
Shoprtng Center, Norfolk, '. 

ELECTRIC KNIFE AND SCISSORS SHARPENER ~TWp> — STAR RUBfiU 

CO^ c/o Atlantic Thrift Center, 7665 E. Sewells Point Road, Norfolk 

LACE-TOIMMED SLIPS — 2 for $5 99 — MILLER & RHOADS, Southern Shopping 

Center, Norfolk » • , ; * 

UimiS* BRIEFS — 2 for 54^ — ALTSCHULS, 411 St Paul Blvli, Norfolk . - _: ----- - 

STATIONERY.*- 2 for Ihi — SMITH & WELTON, Norfolk, Portsmouth, VirginU 
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FOR THE CHILDREN: : 

»)YS, GIRLS SHOES — 2 for $6.95 - J. A. MYERS & SOJ< UBERAL CLOTHIEB^ / ^ 

4 Downtown Plaza, Norfolk - . . 

CADET 9 VOL^ TRANSISTOR RADIO BATTERY - 2 f or M - PfeP BOYS ^ r J ^ ^ 
" MANNY, MOfe & JACK ,725 Granby St., SiO E. Little Creek Road, 1228 High Street," " -^-^-' 
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FOR THE HOME: 

SELF POLISHING WAX — 2 for 69^ - THE SHERWIN-WILLIA MS CO., 848 Granby 

St., Southern Shopping Center, Janaf Shopping Center . - - , . . 

ir X IT SCATTER RUGS — 2 for $1 — KEY CARPET CO., 135 East Little Creekz 

Rd„ Norfolk ; r » H^ r. 



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DR^ISES (Ladies & Children) — 2 for $11 — ELEANOR SHOP, 222 High Street, 
Port^outh ' ^ * w * V 

#500 HOSE — 2 pr. for 77^ — W. T. GRANT CO., 258 Granby Street, Janaf Shopping 
Center, 302 High Street, Mid-City Shopping Center, Indian River Road Shopping 
Center, Great Bridge, Southgate Plaza j ^ 

SWEATERS — 2 for $9.99 — THE FAMOUS^ High and Court St., POTtsmouth ^ 

SLACK SETS — 2 for $5 — DIANA SHOPS, 226 Granby Street, Norfolk 

BOHBU^LAYERED NYLON SHIFT GOWNS — 2 for $6 — RICE'S, Downtown Nor- 
folk, Janaf, Wards Corner, Princess Anne Plaza 

NYLON TRICOT SLIPS — 2 for $3 — LERNER SHOPS, Mid-City Shopping Center, 
316 Granby Street, Southern Shopping Center , 

OPAL AND PEARL PENDANTS — 2 for $4.95 - RENE JEWELER'% 6159 Sewells 
Point Road, 2318 Little Creek Road, Norfolk 

2 YARDS COTTON PRINTS — 2 for 79^ — SiNGEPw SEWING CENTER, Wards 
Comer, Downtown Norfolk, Janaf, Mid-City 

STERLING SILVER STATE CHARMS — 2 for $1.50 - ASHE JEWELERS, Golden 
Trian|:le Hotel, Norfolk 

FOR THE MEN: 

YOUNG MEN'S LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS - 2 for $4.95 — SHUUIAN & 
COvINC.,'244 Granby Street, Norfolk 

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Lubrication — 2 for $l75 — r k. Chevrolet, inc., 6I6 Virginia Beach Bouie- 

^^u*d, Virginia Beach 

auto OUTSIDE REAR VIEW MIRROR — 2 for $5.95 - TIDEWATER DODGE 

INC^ 6440 Military Highway, Norfolk 

WHEEL BALANCING - 2 for $2 — MASTER AtJTO SERVICE, 21st and Colonia; 
Ave., 7000 Military Highway, High & Confederate Ave., Portsmouth, Princesa Anne 
Plaza, Virginia Beach 

MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS '— 2 for $5 — MER VIS', 307 High Street, Portsmouth * 

MEN'S SOCKS — 2 for 79^ — SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Norfolk and Portsmouth 

MEN'S OXFORD BUTTON-DOWN SPORT SHIRTS — 2 for $5 — THE HUB, 200 

Granbjr Street, 7629 Granby Street, Princess Anne Plaza Shopping Center, Mid-City 
Shoppmg Center, Great Bridge Shopping Center ^ 

GANT SHIRTS — 2 for $6.^ — EGEflTOK & LEA, LTD^ 211 Main St., Norfolk . 

WHEEL BALANCING -2 for $2 --KRAMfR TIRE CO., 14th & Monticello, Janaf 
Shopping Center 

<MJTHAM GOLD STRIPE STOCKINGS — 2 for $1.35 — HOFHEIMER'S, Wards 
Comer, Janaf Shopping Center, 127 Church Street, Princess Anne Plaza Shopping 
Cent^, 228 High Street, Mid-City Shopping Center, Town & Country Shopping 
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50* PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE — 2 for $3.10 — GENERAL TIEE OF NORFOLK, 915 
-^imby St. 3431 K. Mflitary Hwy., Norfolk.-^— ^ . 4i^^=^ - -^ - " 

FRENCH PAOVINCI AL CHAIRS - 2ior $48 - E5DCHiW^GE kmNmtRE SfORE,^ 

* , 800 Tidewater Dr., Between Brambletonand Va. Beach Blvd., Norfolk 

' DISPOSAL VACUUM CLEANE^ BAGS — 2 for $1 — NATIONAL VAC & SEWING 
STORES, INC., 44 Southern Shopping Center, 1504 Granbir Strefet, Norfolk 

18'* 31 TEETH BAMBOO LAWN RAKE -2 for 98^ -^ PORTSMOUTH HARDWARE, 

5619 High Street, Portsmouth ,L^ i_i^_i,_ . ' ^____.____^ 

G. E. ICE TRAY — 2 for $1.98 — GdODYEAR SERVICE STORES, 1629 High St, 
Portsmouth » 

5x7 COLOR ENLARGEMENT — 2 for $1.25 - CAMERAS & HOBBIES, INC., Mid- 
City Shopping Center, Portsmouth ^ ' 

HAGERTY SILVER POLISH & TARNISH PREVENTATIVE - 2 for $2.98 — E. 
SPERTNER CO., 14 Southern Shopping Center, Mid-City Shq)ping Center 

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DISPOSAL VACUUM BAGS - 2 for $1 - SUTTON APPLIANC? CO., High & Chest. 
' nut Streets, Portsmouth 

QUILT TOP MATTRESS AND BOX SPRINGS —2 for $fi0 — MEYERS A^^D TABA- 

\ KIN, II>^C., 6104 Chesapeake Blvd., 70 Downtown Pto, Norfolk U^ 

20 GAL. TRASH CAN — 2 for $3.99 — WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY CO., 42-48 Down- 
town Plaza, 122 W 21st Street, Norfolk , , 

BLANKETS — 2 for $9.95 — D. LEVIJON & SON, INCn 755^ Church St, Norfolk 

OCCASIONAL CHAIR — 2 for $39.88 ^ A. J. LEGUM FURNITURE CENTER, 776 

* Granby Street, 6159 Virginia Beach Boulevard, 745 Granby Street, 619 High Street 

9 X 12 HEAVYWEIGHT UNOLEUM RUGS - 2 for $16.95 — VIRGINIA FURNI- 

TURECO^ Downtown Plaza, Norfolk * 

MATTRESS AND BOX SPRINGS — 2 for $48.88 - M. M. CROCKIN FURNITURE 

^ CO., 438 Crawford St., Portsmouth ^ ^ 

LAMPS — 2 for $4.99 — ERNEST FURNITURE CO., 508-514 Chestnut St, Portsmouth 

UNFINISHEDILADDER back CHAIRS — 2 for ^.88 — CENTER SHOPS, 21st 

Street, Wards Corner, Norfolk ^ 

SIPES PAINT LATEX OR SEMI GLOSS — 2 for $6 J5 — BAILS INC, 4387 Porta- 

mouth Boulevard, Portsmouth ' 

LATEX INTERIOR WALL PAINT --2 for $4.95 - ROUNTREE*S PAINT, INC, 2109 

Granby St., Norfolk ; 



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BED PILLOWS — 2 for $1.69 — EXCHANGE FURNITURE, 800 Tidewater Dr., 

Norfolk , . 

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Plastic garbage CAK— 2 for $7.54— H. B. WILKINS, ms Washington Street^ 

Portsmouth , 

FIBERGLASS AIR FILTERS — 2 for 98^ — ROBERTSON HARDWARE, 3410 High 
St»700 Crawford BWPortanoutii 



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TaEPHONE 428.2401 VWK5INIA BEACH VIRGTNIA, THt^^AY, OCTOBER 14, 1965 2 SEaiONS ~ 14 PAOES StNGlE CC^Y: 10c. BY AAAJL $3.50 PER YEM 



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POLLOCK RESIGNS 
I9NNEY CHOSEN 

VSIGINIA ISMM — KHnpsvOte BaKwi^ OKmdbnaii SiHnddl 
PoSedi, », sM ^ dty C^MUica me^l^{ Monday Uot he has made 
tlie:de<^^ to n^ 1^ podUon at tiw end irf ttiis month. He has 
c^^ fBm OB the fovoiung bodies of Ih^ocess Anne Coim^ and 
the dty rf Vlrgtala Beach. . 



Pollock said his decision to r*> 
ttgn is (m tlw advice (tf his doc- 
tor. Ifisitenn woidd.taave eaqwned 
in 1987 diaat wWi tiiose of the 
other Vi (xaxSmm. 

C% CkwQdl a{ipointed Aliert 
Lee Bqni^. fttaealOy duirman 
<ii the Qty Planning Commission, 
to fin PdOodc*! torm. ft)nn^ 
now rqw tM on ts an e^imated 25,- 
MO people in KempsvQle B(Ht»^. 
He was sdected 'uDaniroou% by 
CouncQ witti tl» fidl nipport c^f 
aU Democratic I^Aen in the 
Citv of Va. Beach. 

Pollock served an the Princess 



Anne County Board of Si^o^ 
vknrs after he was q>poinled in 
vm «4Mfl ^ 1^ Judge Floyd 
K^on appdr^ him to tiie po- 
sitim vacated t^ the death of 
E. I. HaiTisim. 

The same yor he iras appoint- 
ed, Biyside Boroi^ was s{^ 
fa-on iConpsvUle Bmwi0i aad Nor- 
folk ana^ed a^ large portkNi d 
P(41ock's terrHory. 

PoQock ran for ctectfaxi mily 
once, in 1969, wu was not strong- 
ly opposed in the edition. 



EVERHART SPEAKS 
IN CHESAPEAKE 



OIESAPEAp: — Ted BJvct- 
hart. 3rd District R8pt4>*ican can- 
didate for the State Semrte, tokl 
fte Chesapeake Voters Forum 
Tki-^iay ttut he is dedicated to 
a "p^fitm kit estibMriifng com- 
petition k) gimnaieBL" He roke 
to Ae gm^ M tiie American 
L^kn Hafl ki Osk Grove. 

Sverhart saM ndtber of Ma 
Vfai;kiia Beach opponents was the 
dMioe of ttie v(Aen^ d diMapeab> 
to the July Democratk; primary, 
"fljey w«e diMen tm you by 
Ae Vir^ Beadi polificai ma- 
dnaa." Im safal. 

ife said he win oMdze "ma- 
cMne-controBed r^reaeirtativvs 
from tWs sar^ when they are 
wn»g/' » he is dieted '%a, you 
amy be also ttsunfd that m a>- 
qstt-ate #itii ttem ^lAm ttiey are 

Ivcfteit iald "flie acii^on ki 
^igUt BiMi fi flp fMdbct of 



madiine dflinination" And "the 
tJeopte of Wginia B«idi , are 
ashamed of it." 

"People tdl me . . . their of- 
ftdals are i^ofitbg in laad dei^, 
fai^m^i^ yxMom mA sj^ de- 
dskms," he Mid. The new ^- 
^nia Beach t^ road wiU coet the 
t|a|>i^aii ^l^a^kn more than 
vMB iriaved. laffdy because of 
sjririJiBg lapd prices. (A <diedc 
with the ^He Hi^way Dqwft- 
moit dwwed ttat ttie toD raad 
wtt oM 1«». if anythii^, Man 
ttw pR^iued. 16 ndttim. An eati- 
mate was ^ven sA b^w^ |SJ 
miOiiMi and |5.7 mSBm.) 

Everiuni reviewed the .^te 
cooOict-cf-faiter^ kfws as he did 
Isot wedk 1^ ^^igiiria Beach He- 
puttiau s c^ add agahi lie wfll 

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wBmnem mt iiMHncti ci^ oi- 
fldA em m ls» iMriMwtitfe. 



Cin COIHICH. OFFERS 
SI ,000 REWARD . 

vmGINU BEMSI-ItwM found I woman's attackers. He saki they. 
Sunday may be new evidence in i wiU be sem to the FBFs Crindnal 



in the cM^of a Sl^ycMNiid woman 
who was b^ten. r^ied aad robbea 
at her home new Qiamt Cwmc 
Sept S8. 

Detective A. E. &Bith dediaed 
to des^&e ti» Mm found dxMH 
% mile tmt the scene of tiw aime 
-appuroiyy thrown there by tiie 



C Qf c Poses 



Vpc^^ BVACS - Ace^ 



aea before a 
irpeeW eianftiltef of tlie Vkgkiia 
Bead! GhaRriMr if OoewNroe at 
tl« prwl tjam, Iht Chaabar 
coti^ttM has gitiiawl infofma* 
ti«i deallag with comiwinity 
ChrMmas dacoratkxi plan^ but 
is ondeckM as to the feeUog of 
the men^anti ttffoughout the dty- 

fht) awnber comm*tfeee was re- 
ee^ app^ited by President A. 
B. Qrewes to kivesti|ate ttie poe- 
sbi% of adding a Christmas Hott- 
day touch througboitf tfae dty. 

Various shoppkig colen in tta 
ctty have jleeo^tod theb- areaa 
at Cfaristmas time, btit a^ dty- 
wkle effort Ins not been attan^t- 
ed. 

IRm ^pae|al^Oiattd>er of Com- 
merce commi^ las available in- 
fodnatkm on costs of ttiii^ cimi- 
nrantty dtfiitmas trees uid sb-eet 
dsRVtiion and is awattkig re- 
i^eaae from 'merdiarts or other 
fait«iHted groups befim {woceed- 
ii« wiOi jiam for Uie comtog 
(Soistmas 



Aiqmae tetOMled in cotOactfa^ 
the annattte aoa^ do so at the 
Oianbir of Conatittce oBce, Sttb 
Street mod PaxBc avenue. 



Labaratjty to Wi^iington, D.C 

A Amd was e^atdished last wedr 
at 'he Bank of Vii^inia Beach by 
SmiQi aad Dietective H. S. Seager 
to hdp pay die victfan's metttcal 
bUls. atiMBS <d Vtaifinia Beach 
donaNd HM ^ first day and 
more ttw 175 diving tfie week- 
ends -^^ 

fbe vktim was to NosfoUc G«- 
eral Hospital S 4ayi. Her riod" 
m^ fradured ta tlv«e pteoes aatf 
h^ hetKl iMMdfy scn^ and erit 

ImM W^h miff 
to Vlrgiite Black from b- 

4k^ ihi mm.'0- Ito 



fbe B^of S^. 9, the^oer 
of tbafar borne ta.lbe m bhKk 
af INicil Ave. was Kriiaii dowft, 

rmsti atf dn^d to a ditaA he* 
Iliad Hie hooaa. 

Btr puna and MUbld oontaia- 
icag.$M» wa^ tikan fttm the boose. 
PoHoa btat had vary few leads to 
m by to tlM oaae. The vfcstlai was 
fble, however, to tal pcdice two 
Heino mm Attacked h*. tet 
odier than that ber memory re- 
BiaiBs ekudei an ddaito. 

atf OouBdl effflradi * H^ re- 
watd Mpoday for tofonnatkMs lead- 
ing to fee apiaaliMiilnii wd em- 
vktion of feoae ralponalile for 
th^ torutal. crfern. 

tiM isadlcal aid fond wa§ ittct- 
ed by Detectives Smith and Sein- 
er who are worMag m ttf CMI. 

^th asked that aU denattai 
be i^ven or oaflid to fUiyA E. 
WatnftokL mmver of Jte nri» 
cesi Anne Plaza. Bank of Vfa^ 
gtoia Beach. 




Half To Be Spent On 
Sandbridge Project 



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fUGMi^^l-flw Yowg THnto- parte of tka estate. 
Mi GUSt it Vk0ai» ofMNdj tlw headquarters wiU also head, 



ifieir YMBC Votvs' Headquarters 
to Boom 981 at the Rtdnabd 
ttoW Qd. I, ri(^ n«« dm to 
tb ddlA'P^DM-Button head- 
^lartet ssfte. 

y>rcm tba doaioBy and %liDoon 
dacoratod heedquarton. tha Yoito| 
DamoeraH wQ dtaaa^Mm|e catt- 
p^ OfanMora to noanb^ who 
1^ betog assipad to Mtk wMi 
k>cal oaup^ manogtts to all 



FEiTTRESS 



V]BC»a4 ttACK>ft was an- 
Do«Kit mDOfkf tint Join Faa- 
irtssi Cteii of Virginia Beach 
OfreoB Comt, has been daded 
|raU of the Virginto Court 
Cteite AMbdatian. 

It fMMi iAao ttODunced feat fea 
aaaectotloa wiU hold its conventkn 
to Vtrftoto Baaieh next year. 



Receives Award 



Mother 6uil^ 

PORTSMOUTH - Mrs. Mar? 
B^yn Pallett was convk:ted 
Itoidi^ en U charges <^ for^y 
aad uHotog. Her huband, David 
L. Palbtt. JTM convicted Sept 28 
of roUbtog ^i^'s Icecream store 
m Pralamoirai ttvd, . 

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S«itesbh% on hw omnictk» 
wffl \» #v«n Nov. 5 to fee Court 
ti BMt^. Her toiabttd to 
scheduled to be aeatoncad also 
Mriy to Hovanbar. 

AMkel flf ^ ddldm, Mrs, 
Piflett {M g^ to aidi of the 
dutr^ before J^lge BAart F. 
McMurran iHio refmed fee case 
to fee pniMllan 'eOtoar for a 
jM^seotraof f^Mi^ Among the 
chains s^aiMt to» ware fotWiri^ 
of diedB pasaed at a aunbar of 
MidCitF 9Ky{^ Geitfer atoras. \ 

Baiii Mr. asik^ PaBatt iaee 




tq> a get- out -the<- young -votara 
can^paign ferou^out the Stale, 
aeoav<flW to C. l^redc Arrli^tim. 
Jr.. of Noclo&, prcsideat of fee 
Young Deoaecratk Chfes ^ VU^ 
giida. 

"llda year as never before tha 
You^ Demoerato ve idaytog a 
majOT rde to fee campaign 
fenu^hout the St^," Arrington 
sidd. faen is more ii^rest ajid 
eHort bdntf imt fbrth 1^ the 
youngor pea^^ian aver before 
to a statewi^ campaign." 

Taytor L. Grinard to executive' 



National YD President, and Mtos 
Janeta V. .^er, <rf^ maoagnr 
fe rfee Youog Votors Headquar^ 
ters. 

Hw Yooof .Dsmoowto spcnstred 
the kidc^)ff <UBner Sqitenriber 11 
kx the campaign beinf waged bs 
fee Democratic nmninees. lieu- 
tenant Govomor Ifills E.\ Qod- 
wto. Jr. for GoverfMN*. Ddegate 
Fred G. Pdlard Uk tteirtenant 
GoveAior and incumbent At- 



VIRGINIA BEACH - City 

"ouM:il Monday unanknoi^ ap- 

roved a $300,000 bond inue to 

ie sold in IIB6I ' fur- i^reation, 

urdiase dt road rights-way, aad 

mprovements of streets wA 

drainage. Council also diacunad 

the estt^UshizMnt of a re^tevdop- 

ment awl houaing aufeor!t^ 

Over half irf the money in fee 
bond issue, 1361,000. wiU be usfd 
for fee dtv'a half of fee puedwaa 
price of 144 acres of recreatton 
land aoufe of SandlM-idge. tfte 
other hatf of the price is etoectod 
to be out tq* by fee federal gov- 
eraaoeat. 

aK$a4i-w^ eoap wr ina»tj 
DisMa Wad Cliiaral 

mM *9|» nnatatog IMdiW 
wOl go to^'Mpet streati awl 

itiiatliliM ' 

uuprove onmi^ 

fl^ hook ^ bear maturllgr 
dates no later feao 2006 uid the 
totarast rales muat not exceed 
sto. par aai*. 

^ Mtougo- Ituaadl Hatchett, 
saiJ!tMtoi»>tluNthec^wlD 
^M to catabUih a rederdop* 
metat aid houstog auti^orit]^. 

ItetoiNit -aiM 1» Omm^ ttnt 
a m^^tapum hpuitog code now be- 
tog ir^ftced for qae to the <Msf 
fi fea tot atop to be t^kan 
bafeft eoaskteriiq; $hA lai w- 
thorify. 

Re Mid feat im^kmn stma to 
Vb^nto B^ch are ;ltodted lo 
aman areaa and #ot bHght 1^ 
tototim t^^ ^ fee adeqpiafe 
aototion. Mtobeft ilao hdd optfi 



oroected to hdp the 
dMain a grant U» a^Hmn^Mlafy 
91 per coil of its {Nropoaed |M^ 
aiO buikitnp coite- 

Council voted to estdiltob fees 
nogng fran SO Mrts to H iar 
record darita, ftopar priirttoi^ 
plhtaatatfeg of aadiant lepwts 
«d other rottttaa wmicm per- 
formed hf tito 9il$a Dlvi^on 
tor iadivukial eittoans. 

OwiaiS adao voted to appropri- 
ate W4,ttt to cov« um a inlBC 
coMs of 4tMnage work batog tea 

In Prtaceaa Anna Flaia. 

In oOier aetkn, couaea p«ab> 
ed the tf^mOBA of Aihi ^s- 
sons Enteropllits far a cN«e to 




secretory. Wlfflam M. PhflllM. fee poasIIMtv fea« private ente^ 
pabUc rdattona director, E. ** ,whe midit be wiHh^ to provide 
Culverhouse, speciid asdstont to 1^ ^nltol anf aaavgr oaaded to 

eo^ wife the taak9 ii(|ridi sik^ 
be^nni^ed to audi an afeAerl^.. 
Itotdiett sakI he hoped to baa^ 
i^Mftional detaOa on fee iritakmlm' 
hqiisii^ code and the redevdo^ 
ment q^tkm at the neaA melt- 
ing of council on Od. IS. 

Oouodl voted to donate two 
acres td Imd near fee Vb^i^ 
BoHJi Geieral Hospital for the 
e<rtaA)lishment ci a clinic feete 
bv ^ Atlantic Mental HvRiaie 



raHnfoR aoes n^nwa f IJM- 
foa^wkto strip fbutttog ^uBitol 
Ro«l. 



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mmmk mum - ■niwHit; 

1^ at fee F^ Tfeee !«, i| 
piraon, toc^ittg sorard ^-"*- 
era. aMidad atf «i| 
meefeig it a new I^Wa 
H^atar groi^p haaOsd hy U 
diaries Buikge. | 

Biiriage. to fee o pentog « paad| 
of the meetiM - nllwiwd' ' JwW 
Dower ad control fee "MMMi^ 
toll over V^Efaida BMwk fitter 
nid the dly goveranort. 

Burlam cdtod for all todspind- 
anil. JUraraonton Democfalt^a^ 
Jte pt feie a w to untte as |m^ 
orgtodiitton to Vkf^ Baia. 
eaB toid^ md overthrow^ 



alto M, fee "k^dOne" ani p«- 
dtoted tts 4knKakB. 

Ndfeer tet|t|e nor fee eiier 
laealiirs som aad apadflc to> 
ItMloe^ «here the ^*M«cUae" Iras 
sl!^ to hlive used to toflaiK* 
Qower to oato Mtftt ill to 



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ttrney General Robert Y. Bufem. ' cents'. The jrift of the land to sttoposad to desire. 

COUNCIL DEFERS ACTION 01 
TWO-YEAR CONTROVERSY 



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fibfisCFlsed je|«4 




ViRGimA BEACH - City 
Council Monday deferred actira on 
a two-year-old smning coi^broversy 
•mtil January. 

Reid Speacer, attorney r^nre- 
<;enting Ferrdl Famtf, Inc., 
asked city councfl for mgat time 
to tiy to meet fee objactive of 
swne ar^ r^dente against the 
$ina'a jBtiposal to toiild a tndler 
■Hot, sewage lagoon and t^srow 
pit on a US acre dte soufe of 
bdian Rher Road htltmm Meara 
Comer and New Li^ 

fiti Oty PlffiBung Conrauskn 
recammen(fed dedal (rf the re* 
^^ for the me p&ram &A fe« 
dittfe of sofrii^ to the toiM. 

Ptaai^ ^i^wwj«rf<iw reedpii 



the eirth* fract for a trailer paHc 
was ndimttted April 2, 196S, bv 
RoMnri Scbmklt, who d)teined an 
optkn on tiw laad. 

Opposed by r^doits , at the 
May- 1M|, pifeHc hearine. the ,ap- 
jdi^tiMi- was d^erred. tliare a>« 
no firfen- rec(»ds oi any actkn 
on fee itaatta-. 

I^rrell F$mt, Inc. subnaitted 
its api^cafeto Auc. B, 1964: tt 
was ooooned at fee Seotenfepr 
nihiic hearing and d^nred al 
fee firm's requed; ^^ai^an man 
at a heait^i to Jnuary, 196S, 

Hm dtv PtoBring Coem^siMi 
recommended ^lal of fee re- 
fM^toit fe« Ann adtod for. and 
reci^^ yatjKMtoQ to; ^iMmnit 
Before fe£ <Aj HMt MA I: 



feis starnnor and oppmed hf cvd- 
dents at the ^t^adjo- pdiSc 
h^rtag. A re(pi«t for dd^BOial 
was leritod and fee apidk^Att 
was forwarded to fee cnindl for 
action Monday. 

Mrs. Uoyd L. ^^toon. who Mid 
dn repraaeatod koma 
Item a fsauSaiK d am 
km, i^rotolled fee trafler park 
andb<MTOw idt. 

Sm os^ldBad fe«t afaa r^ 
oeHa MWe opppon ei 
vdop flds trad of land 
trdlo' pidr aad bomm 

two ^01. 

On fee jaofen of oal^>^ 



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i^^s FOR *nm laOie$ and their dauohtcrs 

3'J^ Ottr beautify and colorpd collection of smart 
fnsUoHs for dfH$,MP and townwtar . . instinctively 
right t(/r am ficcctsioni 



OMJlKSlIll 

em Aam Cwnty CTi|iir'li^ 

DaiigM)^ ol the American Rew- 
l^ioa bjd its Annual GumI ||^ 
Tea on <^\x^o& 9, at Pint fmr 
b^ian Cbirdi, at 36th Sreet 
and Pacilc Avohm wHh WKfUbMi, 
pro^)ed^e nwmlim ml tev«d 
^eiti afanding. 

Mn. W. I* HuqptfiD fim w 
interestjjg jwtjgram. on NatkmiJ 
D|||uae. 1^ urged eadi D.A.R. 
^m^ to fly a flag on liPd 
NatiOQi Day, October $, m hf 



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ENGAGEMENT 



i^OOBig express th^T bya^ u) 
310* austitutkna fwm <tf govem- 
mem |Ad DirUtbn Uft^. 

Guetta were pr^oA fitm Ok 
GreiA Brid^. Fort Nelaon. Old 
IXaation, BcutHi^ of N(»<t^k, Sa- 
rA Copatiml and Ad«n Thormi^ 
good duQiters. 





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Of Sinhfl Ktat 
3 to 15-6 to 16 



SHOP mOAYS 






PLAZA GARDEN CLUB 

PLAA — At tha S ertw r,hf r med- 
of the Princess Anne P'aza Garden 
Chib, Wm^ftkolm Todd. Jr. p^ 
sented M faterMtiag denmstra- 
tion ani tak «i ^^^ mwgiog. 
Mrs Dawtlgr Gotland Mn. Mart- 
lyn Moife wme hoitesaes for S^ 

AranMBente ««« jndged 1^ 
Kempsvffla Gardai Oub. Abhia 
T'Jtkxm for specimens was awarded 
to B4rs. Florence Tlynn with Mrs. 
Sa^ Po-kins reuiviiig the t&i. 
In ttie arrffi^emarM das, link 
Wf^pm voa &e bhw; Mrs. f^ 
Untft mi Mn. Jo Baddii^ rsd: 
Iftl. ii^ iMm, Mrp. Ibry 
Hfffiui, W*. Bea ChMbte, Vn. 
PrflBces ariley, and Mrs. tii|eU, 
the yidBov: and Ibn PerUm n- 
c^^ hooorrfde mei^on. 




VA. IIACH / UMXm I BAYSIDf 



NAP^ai-TiUM} 

. lCy.<-«r. and Ita. 

Getrge M. Na^ MnOHUCt Jlia 

eagiganait df thdr ^n^iar. Mtai 

^MttMrine Ann Nq^, to David 

Mirir Young. 

Hr. YUM is the s|n ollbr. and 
BM litf Young ol Vh-ginia 
Bwtth, Va. .. 

I^ul 0. Blaze- High Scbtxri and air 
ti^ Easttfn Kentucky State Col- 

^. Yoiag ia I grathiaia <^ 
n^k:eas Anne ISm S<Ao4 mm 
diiided Chowan flWegi. 

^ Deeistiber nfMtag li pl«»ed. 



JHUIBiaON-DERIUNG 

JAICIGSONVIUJI. FLOimX^ - 
|(frs. Clai* Wa9ace Johnson an- 
nounces the ffligagement ol her 
dsu^cn*, Misa Sh«tm Jean 
son, to Frederick Howard Derring. 
Iflss 9iBtam is the dauglAer of 
^ U^ Cotwunder dark WdaM 
.MssM. USN. of Port Orchaii 
WiAilftee. 

air. Oeniqg is the stm ol Mr. 
and M». Retet E. Derring << Vir- 
giirialMClL 

Miss JoinsoD attend«l Virginia 
Beach High School and graduated 
from Robert E. Lee High School. 
jadtsoRvUk, Fkirida, in UU. Sie 
att«)ded the Unlmrity ol Fbrida 
and viU rec^vt ai BA degree in 
|U^ {ram Jfary Wellington 

Mr. OerrN b • Mi graduMe 
of VfrgWi Beach Hi^-S^l. He 
kttiHied Fredtfick MiM«y Cdlege 
aod Vli0pU Po^rteGhnlc In^itute, 
iH»i« ha was a mensber ol De';^ 
iCai^ %^ Sodal Fr^onlty. 

•nie wea^ win take iflace 
K>ecen:ft>er Tm in Eastern Shore 
Bt^mytf du^ Virginia Beach. 

ASKEW-CBIDPS 
MfflL8(^, N.C.-|Ir. and Mrs. 
Paul (^wida Adcew amoUm% the 
engagement of their daughter, Miss 
l^iUie (kfce Adcew of Virf^a 
pleach, Va., to U. Ihomu Jmeph 

Cbfdtf. 

U. OiidMr is tte K>n of Mrs. 
Join CWder of Yonkers. N.Y.. and 
the late 3ifr. Chider. 

Miss A*tw is a graduMe of 
diaries- L. Cocm Mgh Sdiool ami 
Intended Norfii Carolina State Col- 
lege at Raleigh. 

14. C&der gradu^^ feoni Sam- 
ita^.Ti'vdes andt l s ckBiwI S^aol, 
Yonkera He is a Ism graduate 
of Westcj)est«- Conanunity O^e. 
Wh^ Plains. N. Y., an is att^od- 
b^ ^ U. S. Navy IHst Qnda«te 
gdhod, Maiterey, Caltf. 

A December wedding is planned. 




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RjftER'EARLY 

WES? AARTFORD, Coo|}. ^ 
Capt. Julius Chary Early, Medi- 
cal Ottps, UBN (ret), »d Mrs. 
Early ol We^ Hartford fwn^y 
of Norfolk, have announced Ae 
eng£«mient of their dM#^. Mi« 
Katherine Saundere Barly of Vlr- 

lieaiil, wT XXvpwaa rplnn - 

Roper, Jr. <rf Noilolk. 

Ifr. Yis^& is a^ioD of W.mA 
Mrs. UigbtM) n^ Roper ol Mii-- 

folk. 

tliejwedding iP^^take ^ice Dte. 
4 in Oaisl and ft. Xuke'i IBpieooptl 
ChunA, JiwrfolL 

Ifias Eariy Minded Die Coon- 
try Day Scbodl ^ Girls, and wm 
graiiated from Conra! High 
School in West Hartford. She Is a 
graduate of Mary BaldwLi O^ega, 
l^untcm. Va., nd Is a menter (A 
the f acuky cA Bayrida Hitfi SdxxO. 

Mr. Roper is a grandson of Al- 
bert Lonsdale Rf^xer of i^wfolk 
and the late Mrs. <jivx^i» Parts 
Roper and of Mr. and Mrs. Btan^ 
Winborne of Ralei^, N.C. He was 
graduated frwn Virginia Episco- 
pal School in lynchbui^, and the 
Univer^y of Viitfinia. Mr. Roper 
is a mwnber (A a. Anthony Hall 
and served in the US. Navy as a 
Ueuteiant, junior grade. He is a 
n^rdaer of The Vii^inian-PMot 







KMP 



BACK TO SCHOOL — SPECIALS 



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WIG €11* #4.00 



NO APPMifMiNr NiCSSARY 

SPECIAL 

CLINIC PRICES 

MONDAY -fiaESDAY - WEDNESDAY 
WRH THIS AD* . 

% Haircut ..... .75 

# Shampoo & Set . . . .$1.25 

# Permafients . . . . $5.00 up 

^«^ perf ^Nitcl by ^{hN«^ 



BUtNETT-IUtAAai 

r^RFOLK-Mr. »nd Mrs. N. J. 
Burnett announce the aiga^ent 
of their daui^r, ItOas Sharon 
Ann ftimett, to UnK^ Lee Pi- 
land. 

Mr. POand is the sibi of Mr. aid 
Mrs. Ltaidsay 0. Piland of Virginia 
Beadi. 

Hie wedrfing wiH tai» place Jan. 
28 in Nbrview Biqitist Cfaiffcfa. 

Miss Burnett b a U63 graduate 
of Norview Hi^ ScinoL ^ 

Mr. Piland graduated fr(»g Nor- 
view Hi|h School in 1962 and is a 
Irattr ^ Oki Dcuni^on Oo&ege. 



I 

Ui^ wi^kend. m Lt^ |slaad. 
the OUm and Dwhsis el f^ysor 

iiM a^ball^ a beat nausitf {Wfy 
w^ Via iMfcheis nwarii^ a white 
A^ MWtoadat^.back. 
a Uad vdMfc Jtei toy nd a 
Iwi^t red tilGlta saA Ued tight- 
^ iriEwiit h^ ao^ang waistline. 
We undo-stand that at hueh tlw 

Dtor luit i^th her trattUMd goM 
medh^ f^ with 1|e Di^Vi 
prof^ etUld m%m. a.Airap 
tA ^teno^ ai Ike top: All of 
which br^s us to Ae conclusion 
diat; tiw Iwg-Ume fa^a-ite cok)r 
white is ri^ ait ta front for tb« 
comi^ Whiter «»son. Most ol 
the top Paris designers haw 
streHsd that evory wonuita ^lould 
have at least one white beauty 
dress in her wardrobe. We go 
IBhg With fashion waiter Riffl 
Rftig iMt "white is the Mrpi^ 
e^r ^ Auttnm." (N<tiee 
nrndi iteslgner Gtfa&'s IMoua 
bWe ostrich-trimmed filial to 
OMT fa^ion p}M>ti^a{^.^ Wtai 
dK^sfpiig look for cokntil toggefy: 
wMa, jade, coral, eml blue. 
of^dhsn tan, heather, dfeep mess, 
chocolate and grey. J acqa e lto e 
Koraedy wear^ a favorite white 
wool (bass when hindui^ at the 
mmk Coloi^ in )hfmhattan. 
FAaOBN MCKUft: 

When ftdride^ Mumi met Miss 
Wogl of Anaeri(» of 196&, Serine 
VUtm, 19, an n^ stud^t of the 
(diversity of Iftah. he said: "I 
hope you stay warm, in wool!" 
Now what elsecoidd 1» say? . . . 
tf you {dan to wear "ftat old 
suit" from last seasoi, how about 
gassing It up with the "Iflce new" 
effect of that sparkling finidUng- 
toudi of new buttons? . . . Oiarles 
Asnavew, who is cUrreiUly 
Frfflice's number one ent^lauier 
and has to a great ext«it, re- 
placed the great Edith Plaf in 
Frwich affections, says that "the 
secret of stayii^ young is never 
to tese one's ^ility to be sur- 
pris«J. Youth is nothing but sur- 
prise!" . . . What duince has 
Daddy? |here is a multl million 
dollar campaiffi on tl^ move for 
tte Barbie dolls: Barbie Groom- 
ing Manicure S^, if ywi please? 
; , . The Totrf Lo(A has done for 
l^icanl hofewry departmeits' 
cdiool adhes wluit -the Beetle's 
did for tlie t^ bustaiis'. <In< 
cklentally. yiowr Ali^ee fbund 



By MKl ptEWER WKfTf 




Susan Canw 

CAPPS-BICWMAN 

VIRGH^IA BEACH - Mr. and 
Mrs. Hoyt Winliekl Capps, an- 
aouMe tiie engi^ment di tiieir 
dau^r, Si^an EUzafadfa, to Jc^o 
Atfred Riclunan, Jr. of Richmond. 

M^ 0api» attended Southern 
Senrihary & .hinkn> Odlege. Buena 
Viata and ttie Norfolk Dhisioa of 
the C^ege ol William and Mary. 

•Mr. Riehman attoded the Uni- 
vernty of Vurginia: was grwiuatad 
from the University ol Richmond'; 
and is oonqxlrting the requironents 
for the Master's Degree at the 
Uhhwrsity ol Richnnond. 

A December weddh^ is plaimed 
at Vir^ Beach, Va. 



ry^ exciting hoisery dedgns fa 
Vu-ginia Bead) faddon and 
ck^hhig ^ps (during ho- re- 
oMJt prowl-about4owfl) which would 
make teens "for-to-be-very-h#py" 
cone the Christinas tree hour! 
. . . You'll be smart to gray, too, 
this Winter: pewter velvet gray 
floor length cloaks, gray chiffon 
short dsBdng frocks, with silver 
bugM>ead tops, light gray day- 
time coats teamed with gray 
jersey dresses or a ladylie day- 



6 DAY mE TRIAL 
COMPLCTE COURSE 

$250.00 



lOOji Hurnan Hair 

WICLETS $I9,|?5 



> $CHOl|M|W* AVMABU K> HIGH SCHOOl G«ADUATU 
KM STUDlNTS RHUl^INO TO HIOM $Q40d^ YOU A^ OUALIPIED 
FOR SCHOLARSHIP lWto|I^TI# J). E. niOGRAM 
cm fppfkY FOR INF09MATKN4 
CIANA ^mW AOUJBW iAHAT BEAUTY ACADpMY 

f^ Vh^^^^. 1274 N. Mm»y l^way 

Pfcami^Ma^ ilMNW 855-3061 

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fhfm^ nothlag Nter **n • vp^ wtv- 
tr^ account Ip 0^ ymM Ni^ ef mind 
yif t c0inM with flipin^iil 0ow(lty.You 
know ttmt ^u are n9S)ip^ |^ !liTifHf||ncte^ 
andof(»rtmf»Wei. . , 

Save nttfi^ jrnd wori^ If «|. |vary ^«41|r 
you add^ yEHir acctniif i^^ you gftitir 



Inereiif JUlMr at the r»ti tff 4m ^ 
annum I* nvan af ncofd Die. 31, 110. 



ttee fray MMod. Whatever you 
ckmm to wm. akmg with the 
ateem^t^oad «Mte motif, ym% 
be a fashta "in"! 
TO THE MEN! 

Toipees w«* the first faD-out 
deters! But, no kidding, Gimbles* 
bakooy's Men's Hair Salwi is do- 
ing gr^t guns badness these days! 
Private cubicles for men with 
m^ attendants to fit timn for 
hair pieces at $80 or conplete 
tnupees at $300. J^^ not hear 
any more dlsparrag^ng wo 
the ladies nte are bent on ge^f 
a «rt|^ or human hair wig. Be- 
foM Jtiftar^ first, MM there wew 
106 wi talons in the United StMs. 
During tt64 10,000 going wig sakna 
'^dosaamed wt in the» Uitted 
fllalM. Proldem hah-, time savi% 
in beauty salons, traveling and 
ca&fiing up wWi Dad when he 
eyes the Youi^er Set in his office 
^M« Mom is budgeting at home. 
M^ ^st wanting to be ^amorous 
V8 mane of the rrascms lot the 
10,0f|! 4 

PaAon 9K>PPIMG FOCUS 

In prowlhg the Beach fashkm 
dw>rping spots we found Mrs. 
Ai^ Alnaa^ holding forth in 
diarming, well iirf(Hined fa<ihi(m 
At Alcsmder-Bci^'s. A real 
(ji^m^r is idle and well informed. 
tnO, M to what fte Younger Set 
Vkes ta fadiions for FaD^.into- 
VWnter. Chic in an ri-ive green 
AotiAe tn-easted wool dress. sh# 
dttwed us so maiqr terrific out- 
fits we wWied we were back in 
hi^.sdiod a^ colkge davs and 
n»ild vKar saott. Pa^« Martf n. 
t>m Nund)er Oi^ Ghrl. at AJcxaad^ 
erfleaffles Fenune Aofve. said 
*'ttie jadcet dr^s is our mosr 
pi^nilar with ttie ^Is vbo an 
a^mttng tonetsn^s." One, a 
re«l good locAdng hmg torso coat 
cQiJMpe fa ^y and ^te tweid, 
4i&a^' ym JiUbtt'M eye. An- 
e$m, a Jidai fa «r|ii% 
idnclc |rt^ a f^^ ^i^kA, * 

im shift ^rft^ a r «*» ' 
gaiBg lo Mie gaale with a jadE^ 
and dancing aU ni^t after in a 
uleeveless (fress with OKtume 
jewelnr and small top-o'— the head 
(TushifMe bit Shipped out n* 
that inevttable large handbag! 
. . . vfelcwne to the Beach Mrs. 
Rnby WeOs, with her fullscmie 
foUowbig of fasWoneere fnmi hw 
many yea« to w» rf Norfdk'.^ 
top d^artment stores. Ririiy h 
now queedng it over the femnrw 
fatale <fepartaent of tke CletUBg 
Chest. We loved our visit here 
An add and white modau ap- 
pofamneits and a loquacitnis lady 
reigmng over it ai& with plenty 
of up-to-the^nimite know-how' 
That's oiff Bi*y! Here we found 
smart, sleek 8bj^ Perrette's black 
silk crepe short after-flve fbrmal* 
vHth shnpHdty and y^, so^Aistc- 
cated tie-shoulder treatment . . .^ 
Another Haymaker design with a 
beige aiMi avacado green pullover, 
lippered fa fnmt, and its cdiar 
teced with tiie wocd tweedy-like of 
^ hade dres ... A sassy Loom- 
to^ navy flannel with red ai^ 
navy strapped l^fas, blouse ^nd 
tie scarf) bt^ buttons and gored 
skirt and just^erythfag fa sharp 
daytbne looks . . . Not fqa-gettin^ 
the new DaBarry cosmetics for 



ttie hd^^ alWd wWdi m# 
found at ttaMM' MwaiAit «t 
19tb and Adit^ Aveaw iB|the 
excitfag Aoi flahfans at RiheU 
mi Mlmk ^ botfa Road:. . . 
WMdec^ ,,m^^ threffone 
puroja v^ h^ b match, much 
m te Wrmx^ eeoTC^v style 
with one eitff ««e npd ^HMt: 
a comttOKtocr of niMi &^n. 
crvchenf n^ tfA c^ee b.-6wn 
lUtariMfk io^ ta pwnps a«l 
bag to matdi! . . . (Xir be.st 
nor»c« ^^Bsaa hMuiet u oH to 
a q3ed^ knkOEoe to ^t^ak F. 
Fifi Ok» m''lSm& WM^Mi^ 
selection ci f^ocUea fa dlanm^. 
watches, sih(!«r, dflna, g^ and 
unique fashlwj jewdry brought, 
at kmg bft, to Vir^nk Bcich. 
A real fashton cwiscfaOs cent^ <rf 
Virginia. (We can't wait to visit 

fadiion centers hit i 
at Viitinia Beach next week. 
Watch for «ir hm report) 

We were ,*h#B|l to hear that 

feiJhoa. well known 

ta JS^BmUSa advertising cirrles 

WOVs Kay Fsidhes, reads 

and Ukes it. Lookfaiz 



colu 
too'ydui^ko have a big grown hp 
thirteaj year old dau^ter, Kay 
bragged i^xwt her fadiion sens^ 
and how, for thirteen, when she 
'started off to sdwd ste was plenty 
"hep" to what's Ux t^iA and 
wrong. Kay, faoUn^ stunning in 
» g(M wool jersey three piece 
wod cc^une, also told us how 
"no one had on a hat!" Please, 
she likes to wear bats fdear t» , 
sions has worn one to ah event 
9nd had to take it olf becaus* 
our heart but m several occas- 
gak, wear your b«mets. Havf- 
you ever thcm^ ium mxck 
mesa love and atfaure hats-^ 
they dm't have to foot a» bill>-^ 
and how much the lAade of a be*- 
conung brim acMs to your ap> 
pearance, more toan all the co* 
metics you smear on fa the whole 
wick wwld! (Yes, we're campaign- 
ing for BKNre hats (» naore heads!) 
. . . Vy^ g|l on <»u- Hat Bani- 
wi^on ^ in WlBi The Bats'." 






MuMal federal 



•AVWMMI MM* b^Mi MeSOOMTiall OP 

I^VWOINIAIO^CH 




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Jorrrfieiritr national diafar« 
nan ti ICnMnlar Dystrophy At- 
lOdatfana ^ America, getf » 
^^^^- fee» M»AA»f ll6& 
I^ <^urttrjtewk- 
L Montana, tlie f «• 
nena etnnedian has helped to 
«idie aUltona of dolhurs cor re- 
■e*xeh into the pioKreaaively 
«rhmUnff disease whose chief 
<vletni8 are jronng childr«B luce 
?a«l.XPAA'8 annual fund 
r»iiiBf drive, the March 
Al»ktMt Xoieidar Dntrophf* 
la mm imte way in tUt^oni- 



WoiienPast21 

WnWttAimilHUTATION 
iaHwr lfl«iiy TrottbiM 

AHv it, oekAott iU*»y or Btaikler 
IrritMiaBt sOm t«ic» as many wwira 
as in«i and ^f^ 5»«J» you ttii« and 
aervoM ireea ceo aNMuent. iMimi^ or 
HMn winatiMi both day sad aiilit. 
SecMJiarily, you may !«««»«? •» 
wO^ (hsm Haadaebcs. Backache and 



ntrre Cardin draped^ soft trtpe 
and added feaUwrs to &e ow 
ap cape. Cardto's eveidi^ form- 
al from flie Oeanese Pwis Cot 
lectkn is in alabaster vddte 
with the tunic length paad 
dipiriog diagonal toward the 
back. It te trfaamed with a , 
wide band ol ostrtdi leattHers. 
OrtrhA fe^hws and white oefK: 
two hicr^eBts for a gUoiMieas 
entrance and a succ^nl fadh- 
tooaUe {(nnal evenii^. 

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gtos. leeliv iMt it «ia h# ydtt 



mMlricord . 
mmw 

Do you laaov ywff duldroi's 
blood type. Mi facttu:. drug senai' 
tiyity, shot record? Such medicai 
itf onnatioo om be vitally import- 
ant to tiK Itfe of a diild, says Mrs. 
Mary Ftanc^ Smith, director a 
the Visitim Nurse Associaticm m 
U&vf^, e^iedaUy when a child's 
cfactor cannot be reached fa an 
onergatey. 

lb hetj^torents keep-aidi medi 
cal js(i^m9R haady, the associ 
f^iwr'^1^ #7^i(>ed a l&page 
-^i^^t^ hsoidet convmioit for 
taking on h^ or when viatfag a 
{iQ%iciw fa a sbrange town. 

Thece is ^ace to k^p a recwd 
of dukSwod (Useases, inununiza- 
Uoi», ^RUi^al (Rations and 
serious i^uri^, sensitivity to 
dn^s. dcQtal exarainaUons, bei^t 
airf wd^ there are also sSisible 
hints idiout tare erf the eyes, rec- 
ommended scb^^ <^ inmiuniza- 
tfan, tlw in^iMrtsaae of carmg for 
baby teeth. ThehboUet. "A Child's 
Medicid ttec^d," may bs ditained 
irom ti» Vfait^ Nurse'AssDda- 
txm, P. 0. Box 4^, M^i^to, 




Jaoqnes ^^ehn. great French 
^tesignor, ieaaoaslrrtes hew 
lilaek and wUte Is more fan- 
portent tha evci^ in Ate col' 
lectiMis. Hw tanpertowe is 
•tated akfinaatiy fa tUs street 
leagth Aiem. f^ the ^oleee 
fitti^ Maet «f black «ate- 
fasse ia ael^wifli flie h^rh eaavl 
eoiar. This long deefc4 
caddaM dms is ol Armi tutm- 
hme. (Ooat say yoor^MlriNw 

^.pot g;lvhqE yw l^gtaps M«'! 
mmm 9»Wn (or lii^phi if!) 




Mr. lail Mnk/nnHB Chmy. Mr. Mi Mn. W. E. 



Ml Mr. Ml Mn. Afta Evih — Bow CnA 




UCENS£S to WED 

VAitnji Ml mujm -Gii»- 

nd Cdwanl V«i«ia. H VSH, No- 
fdk and Unit M«te MUer. 17. 
iw onnqMltion 11*4. Vta-ginla 
Beach. 

U»diOWd3 ami WfbtlL — 
Hei Thomu MaeDmaU. 30, photo- 
grsphy. OMW^ice mA Sherri 
Ann Spkfell. 20, rtudmt, V4rginla 
Beach. 

Bimrarrm ma mmm-Dmi^ 

aU Edpir Annette, «. CKN, nff- 
fok and Ljidte Bodmr White. », 
sales checker. VirgUa Beadi. 

RK»ARM Ml IflPterr-^Arttaur 
Jdw Rictank. 80, itiisnu, Vir- 
^a ^adi , am) E^i^beth Mar- 
xian Weat. 48, bookkeeper, Virginia 
Beach. 

STROUD Ml G0ODWIN-T-Jd» 
Mason Stmrf. 3^ V^, New York, 
N. Y.. Md Maiy IU«e Goodwin, 
as. floral dtt^ner, Virginia Beach. 

W%JLLMB!TON mi CARMON — 
Jinvnie Ray Fdtef^n, 24, USA, 
F<Mi Stwy and Sandra Kay Car- 
men. ar^^W ICiy^^ Puiit'h Opeia- 
tor. Vh^la BwKrh. ^ 

POOL Ml OVERSTlffiET — 
Jasnm Akn Pool, 20. ral^man, 
Virginia Beach and Bai1)ara 
J^ume Overalreet, U, bewitician, 
Virginia Beach. 




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REALH TRANSFERS 

Wellii^x« Woods, Inc., et al to 
Groveland Park, Inc.. 2 parcels,, 
Dlat of Lyiuihavai Borou^; tax 
H30.90. 

Junes M. Martin et ux to Ya- 
^a>jnda L. Avri{)as, k>t 3, blodi N, 
plat of kra^m 'VUlage, sec. I; 
tax Ml. 

G«>orge L. Gunter et ux to Widdo 
Franklin Grandstaf! et ux, tot 9. 
Dlat of Bellamy Manor sec. C3; 
tax $26.55. 

William T. Games. Jr., et ux to 
DeKin A. Rlega (te ttos et ux, lot 
E, block 22, plat of Aragona Vil- 
laee sec. 13; tax IZ2.SS. 

Pico Realty Corporatiwi et als 
to Ygnacv T. Tataranowicz et ux. 
>tot 188. block IS, plat of Princess 
Anne Plaza sec. 12: tax $22.65. 

James Carlyle Finlayson et ux 
to Thomas S. Treanw, Jr., et ux, 
lot 21. bkxk I, plat <^ Point 0'- 
Woods sec. 2; tax $31.80. 

Thort)u(Ap)od Estate, Inc.. to 
Carl L. Thanas, Jr., et ux, Irt 110 
plat, of Hwrou^good Estates sec. 
1; tax ^.75. 

Howard E. Rolsi et«r^ For- 
rest L. BarcVft et ah lot 12. bkck 

M; Rii^hlisri 



%t bride it ft6 dM#ter of 
lit. and Mn. IQila l^oa C^^ 

ptt. m WA^^ it ^mM 

Ifr and tNn. Jamti HmMn 

ol Laf&y«4te, ClOif. 

11^ faHdft ««i ^al ta mjMtefl 

by hai^ fathaf .• MIti Cmi In^Mb 

of NorfoAc wM lAaid of hmlor wA 

Jamia Rle6 #te btat nm. 

A r«cef>tk» waa Md in flie 
church sodat haU. After a wed- 
ii^ trip to miDMttburf, ttw coupte 
wffi live at 9Mfi Mah^^., Apt. I. 
Norf»llt. 



>iri!rfl« JbMlh SUff, ihw94»y, iSMm 14/11^ 

ran SA 





MAPP-DAVS 

vniGmiA K:Aa! — t^ wed- 
ding of Miss Diane Stofw^ Mapp 
and CaMa Mount I^wto, Jr. was 
BH Seplenfcer 4 i* ^ VtogWa 
Beach Methodist Oiurch. Ilje d«i- 
ble ring< ceremony wm pCTform«d 
l^uije Rev. Beverly FfeKy irt 
4pjfn. 

The bride U the daughter ef 
Mrs. Beverly Mann Mapp of Mg^- 
fkiwer Apartmaits and Ivan 
Doughty Mapp of LafVnda Apart- 
mei^. The'brldegram tt the ion of 
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mount Davia 
of 2300 Pleasure Hnise Road. 

Given in marrii^ by her tettier, 
the bride wore a traditional wedd- 
ii^ govm of can(Mi^ pMU ^ 
sole. The slender botbce. faiAtoned 
up the back with seV-covered iKjt' 
tons and dewgoed with a. potratt 
neckline, was overiaki in AlenoMi 
Iree. Appliques rf die lace hi^ 
lighted the long tapered sleeyes 
and cxtemkd in a panel down the 
front of the "A" Une skirt and 
around the h^ne of the fuD 
chapel train. Her veil of Englirii 
illusi(8i was arran^ from a prin- 
cess crown of Al«JC(m lace and 
kx)ps of pearUr and die carried a 
sprav of |^ek«opsis orchkb and" 
staphanotis. __^_^^^^__^^ ■ __ - 

Mrs! RonaM UoQMiifi firv- 
ed as matrcHi of honor. Bride*- 
maids wore Miss Chriatine Catm. 
Miss Joan Mapp, and Mi^ Giqr 
Altai Newman. Ftower giri Vfai 
Kin4>edy Ann Keefe and the mis' 
tre» <d ceremonies wMlifcra.Bi»- 
Aeth Stover SjHtzw. 

Calvin Mount Davia, Sr. «m bwt 
man for his sen. Uriwn iMtre 
Jerry Lee Martin of Ifanaqstai. 
Riehard Stdl ef Pfna A<m Qrele. 
jMse Ray Davis, brottier of the 
brid^ran; J<to Parim, }h# 
Kibdien, and RonaU Leo Goodwin. 

FoUowing the (^^emtny, a recep- 
tion was held at the Bay Haitor 

Hie cmiole wHl reside at 301 tttti 
Street folkming the wedding tri^ 
to Flordia and Nassau. '; 



Toa'TC goi to win that mIm 
eontest— Tts told tiie iiei|^-' 
bon yon would." 



BAMUMAWTtft 

VIRCn^A ftlAOH-Mr. and 
*frs. Wttiam Franklin Walker att- 
nounce the man[tee» of their daugh- 
ter, Iflaa fiim Diana Harria. to 
AHhur Ctttoo sawyer. *#■ Saiwyer 
is the aon of Mrs. Hubert Saiwyo- 
of Norloik and Hie lateMr. SMryer. 

day at 8 pin. in the homa ol the 
bride. AM Ifika StanMi Rdad, 
with Elder I. sWtoo Conwr. offit- 
ii^Ji^, in the pia w nce of the im- 
mediate family. 

A wceptto folkwed the cere- 
mdny. Later the couple left for a 
w«d(Bi« tr^ to Oceao CHy. Md. 
Ilwy wiU live at UOO Kem|i9viUe 
Road. Noi$#. ' 

lOLES-MUSICR 

uaas, N.C.-4iIisa Peggy Jean 
Si£s became the bride of John 
Danlen Muskk at a dnliie riag 
coaano ny perfomied October 9 at 
S:9D pjn. in the First Baptist 
Church of Loris by tfwRa». B. H^ 
Branham. 

the brkle is the daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Oyde I. Soke of Loris, 
South CaroUna; and the bridegroom 
is Ae son^ <rf Mr. and Mrt. Jolm 
WrenahaU Muskk of Virginia 
Beach. 

Sie was escwted and gi^wn away 
by her father: and her ^ster, lifiii 
Sandra Louisa S^laa, waa her only 
attendant ^^^ — • --- ^ — -- 

Beat man waa ^bridegroom's 
father, John W. Musick; aid ush- 
ers were Richard Iforgan Muskk 
Vid Charka Whitley Muaiek. 

After ^ wed^ trip to Myrtle 
Beadi. the couple will reide in 
MaMau. Mrs. Muikk ia a achod 
teacher at the Cowthouse acbol. 



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M fW% St. jypmes Hotel ^ood on the sit* of 
wilit it IM9W tho Main Stroot Sooboard CMzont 
iiflk. "■';■; ^'^ .^A-XiL^yL^-^'.- 
t r . thin H. p. Oliver had been established for 
14 yoeri 



CHAPPEIX-HENDERSON^ 

VIRGINIA M^CH-41^ Dorpr 
thy Ann QotpjptSi and Janna ^be» 
derara Berry Jr. or NorfoUt wwf 
married Oct. 2 at 2 p.m. in Onlit 
Pr«lbytoian canirdi. T%e Rev. Mt> 
Bland Doifi^, paalmr, perfonned 
the co^^nony. 



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fb St. James waa one of the city's finest hotels for 
IhMB^ years. It stood on Main Street, in the heturt of the 
biitl^en and commercial center of Norfolk. H. D. OUver 
win already a well-estaUidied name in the cmnnMinity, 
pttrridkg the fin^t in burial and funeral services. 

t t SHf, difc 4ftr ^Mnes is iHit a mesMH-y, nd Mite 
IKreet has given way to otl^ sections u Oe t^sAtar d 
activities. H. D. Oliver has coiUiwied to grow, 
snd u ^ill craddered the finest ta ill KM. Two 
fine homes, one in Virginia teach, i^ si apo^nced 
atai^aaUs them to aerve witii i i muUtiiiw i n iat i af 
praWdi^ the best CtSi m K V. oaiver to aerve your 



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Bfaivy b. «nd James B. OUvw 



Mr.aUlfr». 
Jaiek flittpiMad. iMr. tad^Mib. Neriii|% 
(ryjCMb. 



Tftis w^ek*s party Line concludes 
tbe Boatnik party held at H^ 
Bow !i>eek Country Chi). 

The par^ began with a buffet 
*nser wWA'was foQowed wtth 
danbing.' 

I entered the club jiM as they 
wwe finishing dinner, so I immedt 
atply started gettii^ nfflnes while 
they ate. It is always^easier to 
get the names when they are 
eating for the sfanple reason they 
stay in cme place! 

Wh«i the daiKi^ begins, evo-y- 
(ffle starts to move about. If tfiey 
are not dancnig, th^ are visiting 
oliwr tables. 

Otho^ seen Outf were not moi- 
Uoned last we^ are: 

Mr. & Mrs. Allan Evans, Mr. 
& Mrs. V«T»n Cherry, Wc. & 
Mrs. W. E. Tolsoa, Mr. & Mrs. 
Tom Shackelfoed, Mr. & Mrs. 
Nidwlas CawJeDo awMMr. 4 Mrs. 
Arthur Gang«-. 

J.-Ji. Vn. ^anley Hoftnan, 
fcjfij. Noa# FeW)«*gar. 

!^^ i^rris; MsK Af^ V^ 
kii^^^:HM^ GoH^ ^nd 
Klie JaidE Sicpherd. 

Now U»tf the doba are doshig 
for tile aeasoB. I wOl be coverfaig 
parties flutf will be of more fn- 
taeA io ttte VirghuA Beadi dti- 



S yau, yaa frJemb, or clul» 
are hafiqg- parties that are of ta- 
\et^ ploise contact me. 




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can afford 
to miss this of fer 





VHlkl YOU MIY 2^ CMilNMat OR 
384I.MI1.0F TfiElMMAm'AKi 

th1t4lp«i;tit)te.0M'^NiiKt. ht#i-perform- 
■iiiopiMoliin usotlly afl^ much more. 
M i^*!* «fMig it^ Oi4f R75 in 

1. itfhHiik MuW'Purpwt #2-T«xaco'$ 
0'a9tiil4M0W9eloralifturin machinery. 

2, Our Ftaw $ln4c#, i«lWch awures you 

of pf^ompt iWlwy of top-mia^ Texaco 
pfodiicls.1V»C«n M^ywiNiMlBny other 



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^•4A Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, October 14, 1965 



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Ownera Of The 

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^IMMti Ivary Tktfnday 

$oAKIm yi^toia Beach News 

9Mi ItecWe AwMMM ^inia Beach, Virginia 23451 






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We Choose Godwin 



htovem^er TlTHrawlng very close. 
^ B!«t is the day that voters across the 
" WWTonwealth of Virginia will flock 
to the polls to make their selection for 
lim top offices In Virginia for the next 
imir y4an. In the meantlnr>e, the candi- 
' (ktM hr these high offices are making 
persMial appearances and speeches in 
, fvtry corner of the state. What they 
say on every subject is being well pub- 
licized. Biographical Information about 
#ie candidates is now public know^ 
ledge. Tl^lr governmental experience 
_4pd rtietr positions on key legislation 
'""fff available for all to see. As in any 
oilg^M, it behooves us all to choose 
M^% qualiflwJ candidates to serve 
us, but, in this election In particular, we 
^1 that the selection of the best lead- 
ers is most important. In our opinion, 
#te future of Virginia has neyer looked 

' brighter. 

We therefore feel that the residents 
erf thU sta^ can III afford an inexperl- 
enoad man to serve as Governor of 
Vrrglnia when the stakes are so high. 
ObvioUsty the most experienced man 
rurw^ng for Governor is Lt. Governor 
MIIHl f. Godwin, Jr., who has served 
Virginia well for many years. He has 

' served In many capacities, Including 
the'C^neral Assembly. From 1948 to 
1952, he was a member of the House 
of cWeg^M from 1952 to 1962, a 
membw^ of- ttw State Senate, and 

'^fm^b^ iX-'Ommttor for the paif 
four years, in which capacity he has 
lerved as President of the State Senate. 

; fn adc^tion he has served on a number 

" of important committees, including the 
VALC and the Gov^ow's Budgaf Ad- 
visory Cgipmlttee. 

m^ Ibi^m is certainly well 

• known to Virginia Beach residents and 

*^ #W^ ^iderm of Tidewater. It was 
1^11$ Godwin who joined with this 
Ml end waged a successful battle for 
pie norrti-south route of the Chesa- 
' lake B^ Bric^tunnej. Godwin him- 
jji is frlfff #>ft5 af^a and is most fami- 
[V with the problems of Tkiewater. 
tNs campaign, he has offered whaj 
a consider to be ;a progressive pro- 
-ram, and a continuation <^ #te sound 
fiscal policies of Virginia, including the 
alan^ budget. He Is a man dedi- 
jted to the progress of Virginia and 
las always wofted for fie advance- 
l^ent of 1he state. , 



las as his running mates 
two competent and outstanding men. 
Del. Fred PoUard, a fifteen year mem- 
ber of the House of Delegates is an 
influential and energetic man. He is 
one of the most progressive members 
of the Democratic Party in Virginia, 
having been the originator of a plan 
under which most of the State's laws 
have been revised and modernized in 
recent years. He has been one of the 
most respected members of the Gen- 
eral Assembly and is an excellent 
choice for Lt. Governor Robert Y. but- 
ton has done an excellent job as Vir- 
ginia Attorney General for the past 
lour years, and we endorse his effort 
to succeed himself. ' »-:j ,^\ 

We believe this to be a well-rounded 
slate for the top jobs in Virginia, and 
we urge the voters of Virginia Beach 
to choose these men to serve us for 
the next- four years. The Democratic 
Party in Virginia, of which these men 
are members, has always provided .this 
State honest and efficient government, 
and today Is providing the most dy- 
namic growth and greatest prosperity 
in our history. These men, with Mills 
Godwin at the helm, can continue to 
provide Ihe best In State government. 

We applaud their policies concern^- 
Ing increased educational opportunf- 
fies and Increased highway develope- 
ment, af well as industrial df^lop- 
^nent, agriculture and tourism. Godwin 
has also taken altrong stand on urban 
affairs and their Importance. Virginia 
Beach, as a growing city, could have 
no better mentor. ' 

the Republican Party candidate has 
offered little in the way of a sound 
program. In fact, he has ^apparently 
even repudiated his own party's last 
nominee, but has offered nothing of 
his own. The candidate of the Conserv- 
ative party is not speaking realtstfcal- 
ly, with one of the facets of his ^lat- 
forni being to "give the world TOpe 
^'the if^dividual frgm Communist 
rule/' And the" other candidate, Cun- 
hing on a platform of segregation ind 
hate tactics Is eer!aln1y not even talk- 
ing about matters in^odd taste. * 

The only experienced man and the 
most capable man running for Go|er- 
nor of Virginia is Mills E. Godwin^Jr. 
We urge his election. | 



Y^ One Gift 



The 1965 United Communities Fund 
smpaign Is alrfidy underway, and 
^e^rves our full s^upport, just as it has 
the past. The quota Is a high one, 
M the needs are even greater, the 
;F raises money fOr the contribution 
the operation of fifty agencies that, 
the needy. This wie annual carn- 
Mjign saves everyone's time and ef- 
forts, and achieves a mdre balanced 
Iprogram that would not be possible 
If all fifty agencies were soliciting 
singly. The ill, the aged, the young, 
the frightened, and the handicapped 
«it find a helping hand through United 
Community Fund. 
* Our generosity and wJpPpft <rf this 
worthy cause will tnake' me'' bl§ dif- 
ference betwwm a creditable job and 
one that <^ld fait short of tilling the 
minimum n«iit*w Mf0e aW Wl- 
citlzens to pass on their 
-^.^^,,.- - Our gifts afri C|uif6 a 
irgainwhen we look at the Overall 
cool||HiH&*$tment we are idling. 
m^^Kh* federation of agencies 
wi lieartily endorse 
c^M^^UMign. The UCF en- 
SHIiffiprlvat^-flnarKed 

i welfare services and its 
ji>i^ ieliiiyaMHHtewk:LM^ 



disease and conditions for which 
ofh^rsVajse' funds. There are still s6me 
individually operated agencies, most 
of whidi are prohibited from joining 
federations by national policy. Others 
havp certain other restrictions. But, for 
th^ mo^t part, a contribution to \K?, 
Is a grft to a federation that can-do 
fh^'rn^st good, Snd can make the most 
of diir dollars. 

Although most businesses have al- 
ready b«gun to collect contributions, 
the residential cannpaign begins on 
Monday, A responsibly campaign 
worker will be calling at your door. 
We ask you to give all you can for the 
benefit of others! There is one minor 
problem in the Virginia Beach area, 
however, that* the Vli^fnla Beach $un 
has b6en asked to pass along. A^re 
volunte^xs are needed to call on rjesi- 
ctgrjclirAnVon^ yyhp can devota a 
little time to this effort is asked to 
cbhtact'^e UCF office. We can fhink 
of no better way to serve the (im- 
munity, ind we. hope that m^ny ^vol- 
unteers vyill respond. 

Remember whv^#/e are giving our 

gifts . . V to helpffhose unable to help 

.^^wt»sejves. And remember the slogan 

of the UCF. "Youjr one gift works many 

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dPEN BOR^ 



is-vative Ptt^ hm lam lo tfli 

niiiiiiiijMiittti ^ alM l^MBll 

■df ««* lb mm~^m Vto^ 



"Am I Bjy tvo^rs ^»«r?" 
Wi ti • fMfttM Mlwi % a 

tf lenw rf ut 1^ Mk «^ ■#» 

■M ii M mm ^ Mr <Nn- 
t^m, i#toi^. ta a mM^ 
id to te m vUli tanpMtfai aad 



whan m i^ mA W^i0» of 

diMee<tf ttiafe Nhn Mai 9»d 

naa. nUm a eeniei|iMt loai 

W mm^. t aagp flu* ttt toss of 

lUs aa^ect of Aify b barf ttaT itkm frMagi }m ever 

aBDQ^ la ttidfrM to Mow tt Mbwd wtt diaaiite mUMy, 

««ry «mA i|ad tMaR^t.** 

". . . « tiM aolt tftance of 

tftd. is Inr ftf a gr^tar ertec f^. "T* °f^.^ '^ 



m. Wih etmu^ oioianiitka, 
tfa^outhMwi^of Mi. fktk m 
Aineiv«s ftrmmei and aacoiA^ 



Am our offqrt^ wffl wir. "bo 

gufl^ of parn^ni «• cmama$- Lf*5" 



«a^i "to 
eraM j^arenAood Dt^cated 
Iba Ml «- rMT^ a gaaaration 
Mm fltM tha Me tbi^ ^obi- 
selvM are Uvii^. Ttui can oefy 
he dane, bf a wiOta^ptms to 
cflow to ^ps with intMons as 
O^ arise, teit«Kl <rf tofi^l our 
ba(i OB Aett/ and prilandta| tfaat 
«« faadnt saaa ^tfn. 

Ywith cm ^Mad qoma^sx 
miehty quic^ aai tow iiUk to 
diirkers (d (bty. , ., 

id. L. Apptogato 



More Driving Hazards 



It is not bad enough that the inno- 
cent drivdr of if\ automobile has con- 
stantly to be on the lookout for speed- 
ers, reckless drivers, impatient driverSr 
motorcycles and bicycles, pedestrians, 
construction barricades, cats and dogs, 
debris and weather conditions, but 
there ar© two additional breeds of 
drivers that we have seen lately that 
cause even more problems. They^ are 
the slow drivers and the ones who 
think they own the left lane of a di- 
vided four-larte road. ' : " ' J 

The slow driver, is as much of a 
hazard on the road as, the speeder. 
Driving too slowly for conditions can 
cause accidents, too. On many roads 
thei^ is a minimum speed. When the 
limit is 55 AAPH, the minimum speed 
is usually 40 AAPH. On Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, under excellent conditions^ 
in some places Jt is possible to main- 
tain 55 AAPH, W^iich is the limit. But 
too often we have encountered drivers 
who are either afraid or incompetent, 
poking along at less than 40. They 
cause a serious problem to the average 
driver who is trying to be a law-abid- 
ing citizen. It is difficult to pass that 
slow driver in heavy traffic! He can 
cause a major tieup and flarfeup of 
tempers. Either a tieup or a f lareup can 
cause accidents. We feel that the police 
should begin, to arrest or at least warn 
the slow driver. 

The left lane drivers are ju6t as 



bad, if not wor«e. On Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, for instance, there are many 
signs asking slow traffic to keep to 
the right. These signs are ignored In 
too many cases. Again the police 
should begin to enforce this rule. AA«iy 
accidents nave been caused by a driver 
hitting a slower vehicle In the left 
lane. Too many times we have seen 
drivers^pull Into the left lane several 
blocks or even a mile or two before 
they planned to make a left. turn. And 
ail the horn-bbwing,^ UgKtrbllfiklng or 
yeiring will rK3t make them r^ove beck 
irito the right lane^ f^rhaps* they do 
not realize what a hazard they are 
causing to traffic intent on getting, to 
a destination and following all the 
laws and safety regulations. 

Too often we hear about accidents 
caused by reckless driving and speed- 
ing, but according to police reports, 
many accident are caused either by the 
slow drivers t>r the drivers who hug 
the left hand lane. Regardless of the ac- 
cidents, we hope that these inconsider- 
ate drivers will take note and at least, 
attempt to follow the rules of good 
common sense. All we want to see 
is a reduction in automobile ateidents. 
We do not wish to rid all our roads 
of the slow careful drivers, but we 
do want to get them off* pur ma- 
jor highways . and . faster roads, 
where they cause trouble. There are 
enough traffic hazards wltho^Jta slow 
driver or a left lane driver. 



Too Easy To Get 

It is a shame that pornography Is of "smut" is not the answer. Part of 
so easily obtained these days. Of the problem is that parents and others 
course, that brings us to th^ question who come into contact with this vicious 

trash do not report 4\ to the proper 
authorities. They are reluctant about 
getting involved. We feel that anyone 
who sees such trash should report it. 
That will at least restrict the operators 
and peddlers somewhat, and perhaps 
Be effective in stajmping out this type 
of "entertainment" for good. Parents 
should also keep a close watch on 
what their chlldrefn are reading. We 
kYjow it is available. Now we wish to 
get rid of It. 

Until recently we had been one 



of just what is pornography. The deal 
ers in such "smut" will not agree th?it 
trashy literature and pictures of "sun- 
bathers" are^ pornographic material, 
but we certainly believe they are. At 
too many places, anyone, teenagjers, 
included, can purchase material unlit 
for public consumption. Occasionally 
there is a crackdown on pornoghaphic 
material and the "smut" pedlers go 
underground for a short time, but all 
too soon they are back in business. 

Unfortunately we deal here with a 
thorny problem when we attempt to 



restrict what is sold on newstands and of the lucky ones. We had never even 
in other places. We have a basic free- seen any of this pornograpljlc materlil^ 
dom of enterprise, as well as a right But, suddenly, within a week, we re- 
ceived some 'In the mall, and an ad- 
vertisinq booklet for more. The ma- 
terial advertised was disgusting. We 
have turned It oyer to the authorities 
for their investiqation. We hope thev 



to road and look at what we likft. ^ 
in the case of pornographic material, 
it is indeed unfortunate that ur^scrup- 
ulous businessmen produce ar^d sell 
such trash. 



Dear Mr. t0weiti»l: 

In tboe dj^s tbe wonk "tbi^" 
and "pttoafle** aesm to s^and back 
to htA. Just as we taice tiiis oc- 
eastos to iimk you and your 
1^ for iHingteg ^ Red Oroia 
rtory to the peofrfe of T^ewater 
during NATIONAL NEWSPAPER 
WEEK, it is ttaw fte ua to a^ 
you to help us inform &» piddic 
riMWt aiwther facet d volu^eer 
Red Cross activities.- - 

Itowever. since this is YOUR 
WEEK we are letting our word 
of thanlcs stand alone. Without all 
the help you have given us wo 
vmM not be dt>te to carry mlt 
the continued program of Red 
|Pr(»s activities. Hitmi^ ywv 
pages, po-Mos eager to sa-ve 
have leaned tbe scope d the 
Red Cross vdui^eer pPO|raaaa 
aad ha^ Joined tai to he^ Yooit 
dtizms nudEe firee hmin w(Bt^ 
for j^mmfr}0^^m nA 
senior dtlz^ find AnAsiteer ac- 
tivities tailored to lit thefa' ^deirts. 

Midi Aoale to ymi ai^ ifvery 
godd wish for your contifflrad serv- 
iee to te peofde <^ Tidewater, 
Yirginla. 

W. J. Van^ao' 



OettT Mr. lowei^bal: 

As you jdn (^ber editors ia d>- 
sCTving National Newspaper WeA, 
{ tidtt this opportunity to say 
'"thsfk Y(W" f« tha cooptt-ation 
y<Hi have given our organlxation 
dnmi^ your celMnuu. 

The f u» manner in which Vour 
newspaper has kept ASdS before 
the public and the splendid way 
you have worited with our local 
people indeed has tieen a dis- 
t&id service. 

Itids is not just n^ personal ex- 
pression Iwt tfai^ d tbe Kitire 
Vb-ginia ASC State Omunittee £fiid 
the StaKe office staff. We hope 
^Hi pro^po". 



James E. Warren 
' U.S. I^artment 



Dear Mr. Lowenthal: 



true? 
aot.itt 

Itat ev«ry g^ati(8t d youlh, cusa bt§m tw |r« ny tt Uiese 



to sot fate aUriiwi^ taw lie we 
to aa^fM fta fem'yolDe d Com- 
DMidnit And All M^ ^ case, 
if we cttonbt ditf "MB not" pro- 
Cott!titofl(M--A CoiMlttufibn pro' 
tected nd writt^ la Ihe bftxx! 
d MM garrrttoni ol AnaeicaaH- 
1^ «e emio and *^^ ta^'pro- 
tac< flw lAm tfewtii^ tten i^at 
li to ta the 4BMEqr of ov cMd- 
Ml aid aor dUUkm'i cbliiNi? 



aatireRe npw. Vh-gtalttu. $ ffe 
art to sAn to Aa rMppsiba- 
mm d mf beriUge and to ttiat 
(^ our cbtUrM. tfi«i let m l^t 
this fririan^odalifln that Is le- 
sbi^nitf this m^. Let us can 
a spa% a if||k, aad ^t t|at 
jqpade te e^li'l^ fts righttul 
BMse F%dind ^awv! V^sderal 
tyrani^ Qiat for d0. yaan has 
neutralized Ae {Mtrtactonk d Our 
statra ri^ts and lover^^ by 
ofinli^ V to ttMte «>«^ed 
guartttam d oars, ^.Vlfi^ptar 
Tddeed |u<k^^ to caaaaaoce 
at the t^wittatt d ttiat ^e! 

Federal aid to schools, to busi- 
nesses, to evraythtog and every- 
body—is the smfffi of money so 
swe^ to tte todxik, ftat we 
would sdl our btathri^t br "30 
ptoces of s^"1 Will we bart^ 
away to thosf discipto of godtess 
sodalian, the rig^t to govrfn Otir- 
sebes in die naaimer so {veicrfted 
%f onr aeeahvs, Biaqr of whom 
made Am s^vcnw aacridceHntf 
life itsdf, so tfMt we td^it kaow 
the sweetaess d that w(Ht) Vbtart^? 

Will we ^ade all of thki for 
tte soup Utcbeos of I^mdcn Ma- 
aOR'a 'TSM EbcpraaB"! * 

Ifie torch of l&wty is flickadng, 
Virgimans-oot only to this state 
but aU acn»s tbe natltm. lliis 
seed of liberty «mn in tbe ftill- 
ness d St Jolm's duirch; bni^t- 
ed in &e Ic^ taow d Valley 
Forge; this w<Mrd, unless we awak- 
en to the waminp d BUI Sqry. 
R^d Putn^, and 3dm Cirtor 
in the upcoming gubamatoi^al 
eiactton. wiH be a word our diUd- 
ren will know as a stranger. And 
by "awakening to these wimings". 
it Is the solem duty of every true 
Vrginian who places God, country, 
and family bdore all other thines. 
to jom in full support of the Vir 
ginia Conservative Party's 1965 
Story-Pirtney-Carter political cam- 
paign to bring liberty and govan- 
ment back to the people of Vir- 
ginia and this nation. 



If this dream is to become a 
reality, Virginians, then each of 
us mu^ do what we can, all we 
._. _-,._. can. If this idea of liberty is to 

Of A^culture survive, the most iwble idea ever 
conceived by man-^hei let us 
make a stand for £reedan now. 

John W. Jordan 



(Ed. Note: Ito letter has been 



If to look arcMind you is ncH 
enou^, if ttore is'^^still need of 

8 prdi^e, sc«ne wordafe-^Jat de- edited to conform to the Vbgiaia 
fines "wl^" the Virginia Con- Beach Opm Feram policies.) 



CANDIDATES WILL MEET 
Wilhl WOMEN VOTERS 



Our young people can obtain this can put these "srtjut" peddlers out of 

material too easily. It certainly does business for good. 

not contribute toward their education It can serve no oood pyrpose to 

in any way. At best, it can only t:attte make this traih awf liable so readHv 

trouble. Our teenagers need pr6p«f to iust anvonfl. art(f the consequences 

moral upbringing, and thf circulation of its distribution #r# awesome. 



FRONT-a-ai - CafidMrtes Will 
VIRGINIA BEACH-The League 
d Wwneri Vota^ of Norfo^-Vir- 
ginia Beadi wiU spons4tt' ffl) open 
meeting d fiie cairii^^ for the 
Vii^iii^ Senate OtiUb» S5 d 
8 p.m. at the Liiditoli Paik El- 
onentary Scbod (Ml laskin Rsad. 
Seven men, r^fMvaeat^ Chesa- 
peake. PortHDOuth, nd Virginia 
Beach, from the Third Senatorial 
District will prwent "their plat^ 
toam and thui aotwer qiifistois 
Erom the fkwr to a dkKuarialnun- 
aer. -« 

Tlie pirfffi: tar ftivited. ^ 
Jod T. Cariato d WtABrtY 



will MC the program, while Mrs. 
J^^ Sadlef, tirst vice presi- 
dent df toe Le£^e will tx'eside. 

The VdetSejnUie cmunittee of 
the teague Is maftii^ all arrange- 
ments. Mrs. Rkhard Van Tilburg 
Is ths cbaireain. 

71m! candidates are Paul C. Trot- 
man Jr., of the Connrvative 
Party; Gm^ % Wafter of the 
tedtyindMH ^B^; B^JB' Ever- 
hart, Re^Uf^ Tm^; and WiU 
Iten 9.'m^B,.WS^ F. liel- 
la^ a^ "pbm 9-^po^ Jr. 

Aref d ttw serap ^ ba dect- 



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wDnp IIP 

UNI DAD! 
SilPPOltT YQUR 

cHansirsTui 

(Y ATTENDINC EACH CAME 

Compliments o^ 

325 Uskin Road 
(^^Mitit» Cobnial Stora OA S-aSOl 




WF'^!^ff^J^^'fr^-^^^^^^ 



PAINFUL CO 

i^msfiiiM 

IT DISSOLVES 




Now remove conn d»e faM. «t»T w«f 
with FneioM*. U4«i4 tmwem re. 
lievet pain iaMamty, wotb Mow tM 
skin line w disserve cerw iwif in iu« 
<bTt.C«t Ft«e>oae...atsll olnat cOMMcn. 



WPBMDGE THE OAP 





When Mwcomew P»v« *o 
V)WQ, dur BMtesB greets 
tliem, and extenda a wel- 
come, with the penenal mee- 
eves of otir friendly, civic- 
mmded eponsorg. ^ ^^ 

pRECTINO 

Mrs. I&tfgm^ Lowmwi 

HottMi 






CASH! 



HoBlflUV MI'S • 




Mc MTvicet wffl be held at 
liondoo Bridge Baptiit Ouirch. 
|M9 Aitter Road. Oct. 17-22 at 
!:» pm and OB Oct 24 tt 8:30 

•Jn. «nd U:00 a-m. 

Rev. G<H<doB L. Xdkr, pa^r 
of PiHt FttM!e Ba{rtbt dwr^ of 
Fforf ok. wm he the^ pes^ evan- 
ff^iM. Rev. K^ler was bora am) 
ftered te Caldw^ Coui^, North 
Cardtaa. He receded his educa- 
Itln at lUfs Rffl Cottefe and 
Unoir-Rhyne Oobege «nd the 
ikKithem Baptist Theotogleal Sem- 
inary. He idrved as paste of 
Baknont Baptist Church ia Roaii- 
el» for more ttian Uiirteen years 
Hie Park PlMe Chun^ called him 
In the faU of 1961. 

Durfa^ the revival tiw churdi 
will have "Sunday School al 
Ni'^t" Everyone will gathw- at 
7:31 pjn. hi the noiday sdiool 
i|q}artnttnts. Ihe classes will tibao 
have a session <rf [jrayar f«r thtf 
nll^t's swvice, after wMch the 
dass win go to the u^JUorhsn fw 
file revival sarvice. ^ 

Cottage prayer meetings arf 
being held ia the homes during 
ttw wedc pracediiv; the r«vivaL 

Lutrell Sawyer, directw of the 
(Anirch ebotri. is to be in diargf 
dl.tiia nmidc (w tiw revival. 
Jkw^wery, wffl he provided Air- 
^2 im rffvbal so^Ic^ 

A cordial invftation is extend- 
ad to aO to attSKl the service 




DMrict dudraiea ef the United Cononlty fted DHve gel togelher te 
fnad nUt^ campaigB whkfa wffl be^ Meirfay threogh OcMier ». Le<tte ri^ 
Mycn. ^n. W. A. Wool % aad Mrs. SanHiel C. Dudley. (Statf Photo hf Pi " 



So Others M^y Live . . . 



Iln. 

1 ^ 



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f'RjU?l>AtD"iW.AN 
Nd Appficotiofjf Fee 

2nd MORTGAGK BATt:S 

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Tito mir firtt "ttf^ m Tr^lwiy> 
--ym^ m^w $0^ vtim way I 

S^ as fomfoitabias fm ewn «igy cl^ 
Spc^ lestiioom a)M^ M^, safaty-iitf n«d 
drivers. TheeasiostMwrfonaaitii. 



FROM V^ BEACH 

NORFOLK 

33 CoBTeaieat trt^ 4u% 

RICHMOND 

Dally ,yknt. ••"'•«• • • 

Em*i^ '^ Slier«-T«rp»d^ . . . 
WA$HINGT<p ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 

CHART^|S^iK^t$/PA^aMMI 


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622-6696 



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(Tplto 



Sene care woi^^ ta hravd aaa^r atfes . . , tte t«ii Mies en Om fw 
k^ (Itgit) of tM 1la«^ street. Nerfilk. aad M^ Rsbert fieMsnuaa |l Mil 
are dewiltag tiMh- MmI 6 tiie aaase of Ihalr Bet#rii» Len^ ttii aAb mBeiai 
■ertifl ea the Ba9r %M|ge ttaML Fkeirt taWe to Mrs. Iteger % ^tmtf « m 

vhe ^Hartoa ier ■■yijl" -ala sellir'lt. lie laf Ooss aanMa fttm |he 
giaia Heilt and wift her hMik te the effawarlfaB 

hi 'Ifl iMK eiflecled il te fiid Cross MsoduDMe visit wMdi was held at tho ^ 
of >rtr^ Beach but nM«y. (Itaff Phela by Padtkk) 




Hailoweea Gioget Coconut Cake 




^slAoftr 



— ~co. 



OCEMM 



Mr.Sllrt. 



>. wthuiA. Soo^T^pK 




H^ 



fri.,OetlS OetW ^' 




reaishatair 

On* of tli« first 

liMMrsf 

^"'-^ ^ 

Nq wrader a womanil^s lijila 
S^ft^ The Buffocatws suiie 
ff betflashae ^mi^Qie; coll, 
f^uiy yemdra^ #e neat 
^Ma m4li a wontfn tvond<r 
"What*! eome. ofer met*' 






5ro|QPi wilTQt^* nsel^ 

thiM WKNit V«t^s«ie fehan^ 
of-pe symptams,,?t1i msaMi 
hafh found ^t L] dia #. 

as aiMS^ciilly, as qs ekiy as 
this ^^tla; me4k«ft on has 
help^i%r wonjan.; Not ^ 

^«frieBd%v . > e t e ltef e furtg- 

«| Md-lifc eompl«inU...te 
•a^nnap's burden of st^- 
^HM^ttwd>* S. PiaUuun 



wIm* ttie sman f^WlM ud witchea are piUiarfog 

. do¥ to doer, it'l r JM iMher will want to aadni 

r^j^iar^ ttaditiond Huiy»p i wJ^. A wonderfta anawar 
fa iM iflamma ia Oinger diiut tWu, 
idaistiMiNkoooDattt ai0 oi 
KfiMNMB Oranfa lam a 



... „_, made fmra 
- fiii4. tott frost it ^m 
nmrnmrnwa A/rao.. ^^.« ..«. 4t0«Nft« wMi P!^«i^ ^,r-i 
^^B^wfiole l^er snaps; AlW *e caU witti a big howl 
a?aswrtediee ciei^ seoopeV^mrt^ tiia lun the yovn^teta 
have enjoying it. Here's how: * 

Ginger Coconut CaU ; 

1 k» Swduiia Ginger Si^^ *% tcs»poon grated orange rind 
^ Wlh-1 2 cups sugar 

S cans flaked oooonut, 6 ^p 

^^S%-ai.a^ H cttpmilk 

^ elg^.^borte^a^ zoom 

Jii aridki ta idiUa ginger snaps. With blender or withwHtg^' 
irfa^ crash r«aahiittc snaps into very flna crumbs. Mix weO «m 
It and set asi& Cnam shorteninr «nd stir in aam* gap 
sUradi aM»r and mix well Add aggs, oarat a mm 
wmg waB aA«r fich addition. F«ld in crumb mixture alt«^ 
aatdy wiC milk, beginning and en«n| witti dry^^M^riaL ^ 

Bprimnr ^Sen pleased gent^ with m» tfngen. Let c(m| hsMS 
OB mat fsr Id.minutes. Car^dly re&SvH f r«8 pan and «^M 




rtEASANT BETREA^r^The trend to bedropma t|uit 
provicte a retreat for vdnlta hi tbM family if mn^ameA 
by seimrate mram^We m^fimi aad livhig. lUdihf ^kKAi 
divide extra long twh» b«as fritfn sittiM roMi tmtOWIfd 
for r^dtag, writing, Mjbying a m^dnighi ihack. atfm 
plain loungmg. 



P^mt's Weekend 



axhag tiSiWUk. Wtm oool, JNst wi&^Mi 
" ffosf. IMrigifate wm M 



Imenddaei^^ 



Spcdsl HaUoween (hvaf jMag 

1 taa^woB grated orange rind 1MM»><t4b-l ,, 
% teaijtnih iait 2 ■uB<^l?ri'o««< wncm i#ca 

CiaiuBsliertmiBr with tnuiga rind S«i#^^ . 

timMMWtitrMgmat attamatalr iiA Ummi Jtd(». 
^UimwC^ Fiiiet ^Om and de^^ 1^ pum^ 
y|2f I^IW^ <^ ^^ ^<^ and^nr Ml fl wf 





MUshiiiaiapi <Wtk Clasa fMsIl 8. pi||p( sea of 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 8. Beadersea of am S. Kbg Read* ctcevta 
mambfts ef his family ea a iMf of tbe V. a Nn«l 
Aaaipalh. Md., Ifflrkv Pansf* Wcekcad. MfSre M^ 
relatives a«i frteads of the Class of 1M» 
day siiea hsuse whkh ^MSMed • ''^^ 
lean of the acad^ate id^iwHaMria^ ^' 
epsa hsaie gave |itMali "Ihe 
w4| the Naval Academy f "»&' 

ttw 8Kt flgM w«^ «( l» 




^mm 



MWiW^ 



.yij'l -* -f : '^■"*--^ 



it Wedi SUN, "rtwrsday, Octobw- 14, 1965 



!<<">' I iffrfff ■ ' '■ 



ViFpnia Beach Then . , , 




tldi oU pietoK iMiy briof Imk* aome iwmorles for "okfer" VIrgtala Beach re^ente. The 
pkatograph WW U*«i hi the We 1»M« when coMtrnctlon of the Cavalier Hotel was first bepw. 
(Bslee Phato) . ^. • i ' 




MiWiLMGIiM»t 



lENG 



Ktu mm be III i/i0m ^ mUI 

the State's aplcaltnrtt Iniiiitnr 
grand ,td tip dnMndi (f.th* 

Godwin, Democrathr iMciyiiel kr 
GoverBor, said in an iot«^^ to- 
di^ ttiat he beliem sadi a«llMi 
is eiamtlil to tkm ^kmn tfie 
rapMRy tocraaAig m^aUM to 
hesnr)^ pt^adatod oeotvs #k^ 
is creaUng problems for b(^ nini| 



VALDES HOLD 



VIRGIMA BEACH ~ lUbiii^ 
wB~ cuiuli'uction pafe has- ■owes 
stunewhat for the RMMith of Sb|>- 
tember, JMiUdii^ permits and 
vahies have ronained at record 
levels, accordhig to John E. Gibbs, 
dM building Ipqpector. 

m said te city issued 91 per> 
mits wiUi values <3i $3,978,170 in 
S^)temba>. In the preceding 
montif S3S permits with «ahMS 
of $10.3 millicm wen 'maei. 

niotigh the SepUktib&r fibres 
vwre a drop from Au(;ust, ttie 
19^ total ccnMs to 2,^ pormRs 
witti values of ^.7 mflliwi M^lcfc. 
is well above the iW permits 
and values of $47.9 million by thi 
ead of September last year. 

Gibbs predicted coo^tructkm tfi- 
tivitv in the remainh^ months df 
1985 will ptit this ypar's permit 
total ovCT the record of 1 Sil s^ 
in 1955 and ou!* values abo^ Uii 
record of $60 million set last yMff. 



m& n^Mu arefs- 

"Wk toed ^r^iitfim our noM 
comitNihities and naice them th»t 
altracthe «» i^ac^i to live uid 
dd busiiiest." the Ueuteaat Oov- 
tgpm fid^. Atteniioii myit,te,|^- 
>en, ^ noted, to lu^ araai m 
mM Unb, soiaid tax statietui^, 
adb#itti^ trained labor for in- 
do^ a^ CQiranerce. dNirches 
arid idiBMs that meet the de- 
mi^ ll praifMt day sodety. 
vai actil^ wofldng community 
deveb^xitet ff^os^ 

He ur^Ml Owt Virghiia's nind 
«^s be Mrengthened by the es- 
t^lUSoMRt of ekmer Uaisoi be> 
twe0 public and {nivate s^mcirts 
ll & a|;rlculture inhistry. Agil- 
MilttiiNk hm "rtt****^ aoL. ranks a^L 
hidusttial d^vdopment «ad toiff- 
hrm as the majin- f«Mt in Vb% 
Ifaua't economy. 

"We nHist su{^»rt reaetfch fate 
new nsM for the agrknAitfid 
packets Vir^ida can sap{dy cm 
otpandbig population." Ckidvte 
sidd. "And we miat be sine teA 
Dtf Micatkmal tautitutbns ara 
gteired to trainkig «a young 
f>«»)le (or the careM- oppntomtties 
thiit win be avaUd^ to them." 

Godwin's running mates on the 
statewide tick^ f<ar tiw Novembw 
etecHlon are DMe^te Fred G. 
PaDM and Attorney Geieral 
Robert Y. Button. 

• uoAtNonici 

odMiioNinEALTH or VmGlNU 

fh m CMi's Ofllee Of (he 

tir^eldi iMvi ef the CHy ol Vta^ 

m 



a; it's ii 




m^M 



g||^ ieiie^ ap' m S^ iiqral 

4^i|ir el MMteaiiJI 

OW^tLfcS C. HAftl^iO 
'chmdut. 

agrtwt . , ^ 
WMHtV'SKD M. raART 

HAimmG 

m object of th^ luit Is to ob- 
tain a divorce a Vtaodo MMri- 
tnoni from the saM pafendant. 
apsm the groundi of daantion. And 
an affidavit haVing bean made and 
Qkd that the defendaitt is a non- 
resident of the StMe of Virginia, 
the lait known po^ ofDee addb^is 
being; IS CohanMa Stredt, Qa» 
bridge 30. Mastachuaaelts. It la 
ordered that Ae do afffar here 
wtthia t« (10) days alter due 
pubU^tfcm Jwra^ and do ^>fiai 
may be neoeaeary to protect ha 
bitercet ia tl^ suit. 

A Oeipy—'Mbe: 

,«»« V. FEN15U2SS, Cfcrit 

By Mary H White. D.C 
Amato, &ilMkM. Cohen. 
Rtitter, FYiednum k Breit 
Helene Building 
Norfolk, yir^nla 

•^ liM44t 



j£. 



t>^rfa>Ptir^rt 



^ 



U (^awtn^ive de^ptfon. AnI M 
affidavit hav^ bM fl^e and 
firilad that the defoKtet it a aon- 
rerideat of te ^ate at A%i^. 
the laat known fod artici ad- 
(Nss b^: Hatteras. Ntfrtfa Caro- 
Uia. it Is ar^Nf!«d that l# do J^ 
pear hm wftUn tea (^) ^ 
iNr due putAeatkin haraof, m 
do what may be Decenary to ^o- 
tect his inteiest la ttll'.iuit. 
A C<^y— Terte: 
JOHN V. FlNTRESS..a«tk 
By Mary M. WUte. DC. 
bffi§» k Broyles 
Uao LaAid Road 
Vlr^nia Beach. Vb^faiia 

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iw ■ V 



COMftimWEALIH <M^ VBIGmU 
b the dctl;*! OOm <f the 
drarit Oeart el the City of Vii^ 
fhOa BeMh, ea the Ifth day ef 
Oeiaher 12. UK. 

<Mer ef PublleattoB . 
BAiEL DAYS AIMIN 
PbinfiW. ' 
ai^dnM 
LOLAND D. AUSTIN 
d^odant. 



NOnCB 

Virginia: 

tlM regular tanHk^ of ttia 
Council of tfie Ctty of Vfa|^ 
Beach wiD> held in, the Qtfsii 
Court on Monday. Ot^ctoet f^ 
ise at 10 o'clock AM, nt idhklh 
time pers(His will be he«d for 
pa again^ the fo&wii^ propoaed 
chai^ of zoning, use penidte, 
etc.: 

I. AppUcatkm of Bonita Corpora- 
tkn for a change of zonfaig from 
Reddence $irfl)uii>an District 3 
(R-S 3) to Muttipie^amQy Resl- 
Aeaix GUtikA (R-M) and a Uie 
Permit to co^buct 840 i^ttt- 
meirt units. Sakl property b<Mtl- 
ered on the Weet by property (now 
or finrmerlv) Hunt, btn-d^^ on 
the Jlorth bv i»0Dertv (now or 
fomwlv) Pa«9 Heri)ert. Monroe 
C. Herbert and Edward H. Herb- 
&t Jr., bordered mi the Eait by 
onMJerty (now or formerlv) J^sae 
Brown, and bordered on the South 



Tlie (^lect of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro|bv nropertv (now or fwirterhr) 
to be later merged into a divwce | E. V. WiDiaras and L'k'ivllfe 
a vinculo m^rimoni. from the i Estates. Section 2A snA Section 
said defendant. ur>oa the grounds 3. Containing 54 acres. Hits are 



BvaiUUe fai ^Tkse of te C^ 
ma^ OanBtetei. KmipsvUle 

n. i^j^teatkn of Witch puck 
ilnor De^^ing CMpwaUjP by 
Ki^n ud Kdam. Attomeys, 
for a Osermnlt to erect apart- 
mods on ^ Wlowii^ parcels: 
.pK«l 1. Vt* P»mlt to erect 
m units: Bordered en te East 
by London Bridge Creek from 
South L^aihavcn RoaA to a point 
lis feet Sooth of Deer Park Drive, 
frontii^ »0 feet on te North side 
of Sfli^ Lymhaven Road, front- 
ing $00 feet on te East j^ (rf 
fvt Boi^; bounded on te North 
ttd W^ by Qvh Hmi^ Road to 
I X!(M US feet South of Deer 
Park Drive. Containing 13 acres, 
mtre or less. 

Pared I Use Permit to 
wtd ISO unite; Frtoting 710 feet 
mcMn (N- tess nte East side 
of Holland Road, haviJfe a depth 
of 385.64 feet along te Northern 
propety ite. a width of $00 feet 
ITKR« or lesa on te East side 
mtnier^ Une Md a depth of 850 
fe^ nwre or less donq te South- 
em ptofmty Ihie. Containing M 
acres. Prtecess Anne Borou^. 

m. AppUcaUon of Harold W. 
James by Larasan Realty Corp- 
watkHi fw a Use Paroit to con- 
struct 30 aoartmoit unite on c^*- 
taln nnryntv frrr*\r>a. m 4ft f-^ m 
the S^uft «id«»,of Pinewood Drive. 
A deoth of $98 feet a'ong te West- 
ern rwo"«^v lino 11 H ^ T.'»^cHoni 
^afk) p w^dth "f I'WM) feet alon» 
te So^itt'e^ fwtnertv I'ne, a d*"th 
of JW.47 feet alone te Ea^m 
ftnmertv line, s dewth of 2W47 
fp^ fAfm« te Eastern nrooerty 
line. Vire'nia Beadi Borough. 

JOHN V. FENTRFSS. Clerk 
By: D^wty Qty Cl»k 

10-14-21 



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Stadium Named 



VIRGINIA ^:ACH-11ie School 
Board of te City of Vhiginia 
Beach has passed a resolutifm 
to name te stadium at Union 
Kempsvflle High School in memory 
of the late Itiaddeus Clay Sml&. 
te first principal of te school. 

A dedication pn^am wiU be 
held October 22, during half-time 
of a football game which will 
start at 8:00 p.m. 

The dedication program wiB as- 
sist of te^ fdlowing: Greetii«^ 
Si4)erintendent of Schools; Ad<b-MS 
—Attorney Victor J. Ashe. Pre^ 
sentation ot a Plaque. Dedicatton 
Praver and music by te sdiod 
band. i ^.• 

Itie public is cordially invited 
to attend. General adnUsaifm $1.00 



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IMff Wttm LyiubiTea Bat A L^ I^k: 

Telephone cards often restrict movenr^st M we lady ^(^ a bona 
when ^ BokM for @ttra la^ In ho- c<»kd cord. Her (^Mie h^p on 
the wall ia the kitchen ami Ae ^s Hi of calls. But no one k«^ Imr 
from her tousahoU fkatm^smj^ Img may diay trik. She has baemw 
quite adept at propping the receiver brtween iteuMbr and ear, and 
with both hands free and cord stretdiing out befalnd, At h never tied 
up! 

If the call ctxms w|ifle ^he is preparing nwais, Ae moHf trmSy 
between sink and stove and tab'.' and refrigerator, iMiaUy «%aged to 
necessary prepsf tffamf . . . if aftar dinner, she clears ttie table, wa^ies 
the dishes, wipes off Ae stj\e — wWi nary a pause in conversa'.iOA 

ft»»lnmiiindud fri«Bd Ipt her on the phone for over an hour 
when the frioMi n»Ueidy Im^iml, "what is that awful buzzing on your 
t!ner^"t»j, tlia*i «% my ^icouiif cteaner,- t^lbd Hito ^^telent 
houMwife whMe routine Is never upiet . . . thanks to he- \aag line! 

* ♦ • ' 

MayCswer M«nimcBt: 

With ihe sophistication of Sherman BilUnpky as host to the now- 
defunqt Stork CMi, Mrs. Joseph W. Hunt launciied the social season 
in The Mayflower with a beautifully appointed cocktail and buffet 
party «:te<Juled frwn five to seven p.ni. SuiKkty ^i^t 

Fcrty ladies, wearing the latest formal attire and hair-dos were 
replete with heirtoom and coitume j«weh7, wip and chigrons, (even 
evening samlals displaying in some instances black toe polish!), furs 
and evening bags, enjoyed the ddi^tful ,atmo«(ihere and caovlviality 
d this unusual party. 

Hws d'ouvres d every descriptioi . . . ham biscuits, turkey rolls, 
crab claws, ch^se badls were only a few of the dishes on the bountiful 
buffet . . . drinks serve;' by a white-coated barman ... all eaduced 
those present to staying lona beycnd the hour of seven. A few lucky 
husbands *ere Iw-ou^t to the jarty by wives w^ harf bid adj«u and 
decided to return . . ^ . ' __^£^ * • ^ ^^ 

Mrs. Hunt was a^ted b serving I^ Itti' Mtt^ Saimt^s and 
« Mrs. Herman Lerner. 

- - ' • - '^M,. ", f^'n i<' *' ■"- »**''■ lit-*" 

Soup And UmtawDa SaH Away On SooQieasiR': 

Faithful correspondents and contributors to news for this column 
t take a pwsonsd interest in the welfare of your writor.. . . ev«ai to the 

extent of weing to it that she doesn't go hungry! 

d:- One oi the most faithful, whd enjoys a walk rfoi^ ^ itermy 

"" shoreline, decided last Thursday was a, perfect day for soup ... so 

with new umbrella overhead, head wrapped in kerchief, soup in plastic 

container along with other bundles ^tted in a rolling cart, om Wend 

T stepped out onto the street on her mission of mercy. . ^ 

A gust of wial took her breath away, peeled the umbrella Uke a 
banana and tunMd it inside out, and the soup toA off through tl^ air 
and was last seftj headed for ti»e open sea. 

Undaunted by weatlwr or events, she went back, got more soup, 
- and arrived with hot soih) and bare unrfwreUa jast in time lor haidi 
. . . mission accomjdished! 




VrnqmiA Beach Sun 

' VIRGINIA BEACH VlRGfNIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1965 » 

SKTIONI 



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F1«d WiAmc (left), idwirauw <tf the ZMi AoMud Reie Aew, and 
Edwatd Tippa, iwesldm. d Hm Tidewater Rm^ SocMy. hA over 
•f llw tTV|diiM ta be awarded. 



ROSE SHOW LISTS TROPHIES 






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Male ^^wpotat: 

TTiis srftemoai alone 

I SI* in my big chair _ 
and looked at my home 

My wife was gone ' 

First the covered chair 

tten the rug and table 
This little thing here 

the filled bookcase 
the mementoes there. 
My eyes were looking everywhere 

with love aad appreciation 
those dining room diairs! 

the paintings on the wall 
the etohings frmned and over al| 

her love and thou^t. 
She ttiinks I don't know 

husbands are so inarticulate 
and skiw to praise and talk 
But I do know - 

atri understand 
and lo\% . . . 



NORFOLK— Many new tn^^ 
will be awarded at the aoth A^ud 
Rise Sl»w to be heU Octobor 16 
and 17 in the Administration buiM- 
ing of Norfolk Botanical Gard^is. 
Trophiw will be presented by 
memb«i5 of the Tidewater Rose 
Sacwly. 

Tbe gift of Dr. M. I. Krisdiw 
of Norfolk, the antique sflver vase. 
wiB be awarded f6r the "best in 
show." 

Two ^, a ^rer tr^ and 
silver covered dirfi, ar^ presented 
by J. M. Leadi on bdialf of the 
Snnithfield Hams iu»l I^oducts 
Company. Hie tra^ nU be award- 
ed feu- the b«t ee&at^tto of hy- 
brid teas of diff«^ varieties; 
and for the bzai coOection of three 
floribundas. of diff«wit varieties, 
grown n^urally, tfiesflver covofv^ 
dish wiU be awiui^. ' 

jOi|i«- bnphies to 1)e awarded 
n die bv^nilbu-al ^dm ara 
uie sw^pstiJt^s awtfd— the Tide- 
water Rose Soci^ ^er bowl for 
growers of more than flfty plants 
^ a& typei; the Roy C. Nieheif 
tndgr ImmI ^'* — — ''^~' 

fisiAs ofafl ^^s; tti 1^ GecM^ 
L. tmmf tiji^y. i^ Chartes 
Titfi^mll bowl, th« Esso Kandwd 
sihar U'if, ^ P. tt. Rose trojAy, 
awft he Jkwegh FlUpowicz bowl. 

In the horticulture dhrison are 
eleven classes op«i to the {niblic 
and three to monbors of the TRS 

only. 

In the arctic division, the 
tn^diies to ;be awarded are the 
Tidewatw Rose Society bowl 6w 
the tri-ookM- award; the Mrs. G. 
B. Rice tro(diyi; tiie Alice Brewer 
White Green lliund) award; and 
tlK Tidewater Kose Society sDvo- 
bo^ ~There are loi classes op»i 
to the puUic; aMl one to TRS 
flfien^)^^ only. 

All an^teur rose grawora are 
invited to exhibit their best moms 
m die show. &itries will be re- 
ceived horn 8 ajn. to 11 a.m. 
on October 16 at the Administra- 
tion building. 

The 20th Annual Rese Show will 
open Octob* 16 frmn 3 to 6 p.m. 
and on Otjt. 17 frwn 10 km. to 
6 p.m. Admission for adults is 
75 cents and children under 14 
will be admitted free when ac- 
csmpanied by a parent. 

For information idwut the ar- 
tistic division classes and Mtries, 
call Mrs. E. D. Duval, chairman. 



at MA S-SM. or Mrs. E. B. Far- 
^, C9<diaimian, MA 7-0032 

The theme of the show, "Roses 
- Nature's Rhi^edy" wiH wA 
only featore tmtttkmal displays 
in arti^c anran^ments and hor- 
ticulture but will ^so {»%aent a 
special education {m>gram with a 
panel of rssarians who wUl lecture 
and denonstrate the culture of 
r(»es Sunday at 3 pjn. in the 
Cuiterence Room d Cie Adminis- 
tration Building. Pan^ists wUl be 
J. M. Uach, W. B. Hanrison and 
Edward Hi^. 



An ediR;ati(Nial exhibit wUl be 
dwrni in Qw R(^inda (^ the Ad- 
.oiin'^atkm Bidlding ndiich is 
made pdnible dnroa^ tt». eaat 
tesy d Davki Barnes and the 
Bureau d Parks and Forestiif of 
tlte dty d Hoddk. :^^^-^- 

Tlie e&caticmal program U de- 
signed 9«^cal^ for be^iuien 
and amirteur* alike. 



Day To Be 
Observed 
October 24 



VIRQINU BEACH-Unlted Na- 
tions Day will be celetvated at 
the Alan Shepard Civic Center on 
Sunday, Octobn- 24 from S to 5 
f>.m, tta i^jMc is invited, Taert 
will be no charge for admissijn 

tbit i|)eaker for the occasio 
will be Jonathan Deane, deputy 
director d the office of the Unii 
ed Nat^s Political Affairs of the 
Deparfmoit of State. 

A Naval Air Station band will 
{ntivide music and there will be 
hcstessHishers in costumes of for 
eign nations to lend interna tior^al 
c(dbr. A 'lort movie of (me of the 
orpnizatkms of the United Na- 
tions wUI also be ^wn. < 

T^ Leagiw cf Women Vo'en o' 
Norfolk-Virginia Beach iias ar 
ranged the program with the co 
9 eratfon of Uie City of Virginia 
Itewdi in ^ahting free use cf the 
Qvk Center, llie Unitwl Nation 
^Modation cf the U. S. A. (Nor 
':oIk Area Chapter) and the YWCA 
of Virginia Bea^ are as^^tii^ as 
co^nsors, 7*' ' 

United ITatkms Day U tradi 
t!oaa% a time for observance 
upm to par^cipation of enthre 
cmununitiM.. Tills year is "Inter- 
M^ioiial Cooperation Year," a vi 
t|l theme adopted by r^olutke 
of the General Ass«nbly of the 
United Nations ami proclalmal by 
Pretidetit Johnson. It has glv^ 
deepe r idgniflcance to the c^ 
bri^km for this ^ctober 24, 196S. 




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RKTHlfOND — Tdtms R. Ctff- 
rte has be»i named aa^uitaiit di- 
reetor, sakt training, for R^noUs 
Metals Compel^. 

1%e announcenaeitf was made by 
Clc^d S. SteinnnetE, directed d 
sales tratoing. 

Cunrie has a Imiad brndiground 
in seUng, sakis traiidng ami sain 
management. He was supervisor 
of sales training (or 3M Company 
in St. Paul, Minn., from 1963 to 
1964, and distribute manager for 
3M for the past year. 

He previously was a sales rep- 
resaotatlve and tiekl sales trainer 
for m from 19S9 to 1963, and 
l^d similar positions with Inter 
natfonal Business Sfachines Coi> 
por^t/m here in Ridbmmid from 
196S to 1969. 

A ^th^e of Virginia Beach, he 
is a graduate of the University of 
Richiiond, witii a B.S. degree ti 
marketing. 

Currie is a major in the U. S 
Marine Corps Reserve. He has 
beoi active in Boy Scout activist 
as scoMmster and troop commit 
teonan. 

He is married to the forma 
Alice Imogoi Browne of Stevene 
ville, Va. They have two chfldre 
and Uve at 91U-H Derbyahire 
Road. 




F(mTSIft)UTH-WAVY-TV has 
b«»i named tap wiBdH' in tlte 
ues Advertising Award Contest 
cenducted 1^ tiie Third District of 
Ae Ad^rtistog Federirtkm d 
America. Tlie first place hotMV 
was presented to WAVY-TV in 
tfie "TV Commercial-Product or 
Service Advertising" category for 
local^ produced fO-tecoai com^ 
merdals. 

1^ award wimiing oanmercial 
was prqMred fw^the W. T. Grant 
Compu^, ai»i featured their ad- 
vertii^ for the Apadie Outboard 
Udor. Itie c(»nmerdal was cre- 
ated and produced by Ed Kmmles, 
conthiuity director for WAVY-TV. 

WATY-TVs entry was In cnnpe- 
t;tk» wtth S3S other eiMes in the 
lliiid District AFA Contest. En- 
tries woe submitted by advertis- 
tog agoides aad televiaim sta- 
tiena^J^ou^mit Vir^a, North 
CaroUDa iS Soutib Carolina. Judg- 
^ wai done by lUchard R.i 
l^time, vice presidoit and crea- 
tive stqpervisOT, Ted Bates; Mort 
Rub^stein, creative director d 
advertisii^ abd sales promotim, 
CBS-TV; Uf Tliad Horton, s«i- 
ior \dce president, McCann/Mar- 
shalk. 

Mr. Knowles accepted the award 
from Thomas B. Cookerly, North 
Carolina Governor of the Third 
Distrid;, AFA. at the wganizMion's 
aiawal confa-oice in Roarwte. Vir- 
1^. 



A fidl view of Ifee Mii'tt (Hniny's Model Car Saiiiwar «l 6ee^ 

SLdT-CM MCIII6: A FW SPORT 



By .^aek Moore V^, from hiUy assembled to Uft 

torn- Jimmy Mid the di igsm 
VIRGINIA BEACH - Monday ^, ^^ ^g^jjng ^ujt buM tM 



Homecoming Plans Announced 



la oba»vaiKe of "Fire Prewntloii Week", the cididi;ea a^^OM 
Oie VirgiBia Beadi Fire Deprt meat an d saw l!!**i*f21S5i5'Ae H«i 

md wko jrid^ Mm S^ »lda •« tte t«ir. PletaRd wtk »»«■**»** »•_ 
SSSLmTutuSlm Mr gwjecief .giving ttase .^jirtv^l dddif« m^\ 

B.iAMbalt, 




RIOOfOND — The Wchmcnd 
Profes^txial Iiutitute Alumni As- 
aodatkm has announced October 
22-S as the annual Hoooecomiiig 
Week-end at the College. ' 

Evmts include a tt^cial on Fri- 
day night fnvn 6:30 to 8 p.m. 
foUowKl by a kcture by tiie noted 
ndumni^ Art Buchwdd in the 
Collie gymnasumi at 8:30,'p.m. 

Saturday m«ridng wiU begbi 
«Hth r<»«i«*r'»tinn at 9 a.m. Also at 

9 is the Prasident's Cofiee which 
will be I^d in the Presidert's 
IfoHse. Doctor and Mr*. Oliver will 
rc^dve ahunni and guests until 

10 ajn. 

Chad/en of the RPI Aliomd As- 
^iatoi wfll hoki makings be^ 
tween 10 and 11 a.m. The amiual 
meet^ d ^ AssodMioo mem- 
benh^ wlH be hi tiie S^nce 
Bidittt^ Andltwhffli fxaea 11:30 
to 12:4S. 

Ata hiKiieop Oe Rector of the 
Oolkge. Mr. Robert A. wmm, iriH 



a(kir«H the members of the As 
sociatlon and invited ^&ts. The 
UtiKfaeoD wiQ be heM in the gym- 
na^nm from l untQ 2:30. 

The Homec<Hning events *will 
eml wltti a Dinner-Dance in Hotel 
Richmond from 6 to 12 p.m. Sat- 
ur(kiy eveiteg. ^ 

iUfaidssitm to aH activities if by 
ticket., Advance registratkm is now 
in {nticess ^ough the RPI Alumni 
As»ociatIon office, 901' West Frank- 
lin Street, Richmond, Virginia. The 
cost f or ^ the week-end events 
Is lis. 



CAR WASH 



PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA -^ A 
Car W^ wiU be held by the 
p]«a VtduDleer |F1re Comptfflgr 
Lattw MaBuy on SsAurdsQr be- 
gbi^ at JO ajn. it U^tts 
Texaco statkm on Plaza Ttvl 



a^noon, following City Council 
meting I ju^ happened to drop 
into Jimmy's, Model Co* Rmb- 
msy hi Oceana, and walked awi^ 
an hour later wtth a new bcUqr. 
Jimmy Pi^he, owner and man 
ager ot tte' track talked with me 
for more than an hour and con- 
vinced me that this is die fastest 
growing in-door sport in the United 
States ai^ five oth«- countries 
(sum diecUng in the record 
books proved his statement). 

Jimmy saitjl he tias had his 
track in (^leration for a little more 
than siv mondis and has l»ruu:hed 
out by (^leoing another track in 
Boykins. 

He sdid that dot<iar rachig ia 
not just for the youngsters Init 
for tiie whole family from 8 ifo 
80, mai and ladies. In fact Jinv 
my'v wife has one irf the fastest 
cars on the track. She built it 
harself. from the ground np. 

Tlie cars are 1/24 scale and can 
achieve speeds of'4S0 scale miles 
per hour. That's really moving 
out for any type of car. Uu^ or 
small. 

Jimmy's Raceway is sanctiwied 
by the Into-national Modd Racing 
Society whidi has affiliattons in 
six countries hicluding the United 
States, 

Jimmy's track is 190 feet in 
length and can accomodate eight 
cars at once. Only six cars were 
run on the brack last week during 
the championi^ips due to the ^ace 
t^uired for ptt stops, "drivers" 
and operating room. 

Jimmy said tlw OHnpetition for 
.'be championships was keen. 
About ffi drivers started in ftt 
eliminations and eyeDtu^%^ six 
drivers managed to fight oft all 
vomers. 

I tried my hand at "driving" a 
car around the course, and be- 
lieve me. it takes a lot of skill 
to manuver the twists ami turns 
that are hi tltf tr»:k. 

Jfanmy -sBaA nearfy as naidi 
skUl ia required hi slot«ar ra^g 
as in r^ular sports car com- 
p^tkui. 

He said abmit IS M&c&it conti* 
panies manufacture appraxknat^ 
40 different models. T^b cars eoeoe 
in varying degree d ccostruo* 



cars frcun scratch; bui^lbig ttft 
L-ars to fteu: lil^ bd, within fin 
spedficatbns of the IMRS. i 

1 dwdced it^-^ iBe racuds |ttd 
found that it is not (nly the fastest 
snwmg, year-round u^kMT tposi, 
but it has grown ii^ a molti- 
mlBkin dollar bushiess. And the 
c(»npetitic»i b^een companies is 
kem on the markrt. 

"nwac^ cars aie not jiot little 
pim^s d plastic and metal thrown 
together. They are exact models 
of the aclual can that fu« driven 
cm the Amo-ican sports-<»r 
circuits ai^ the European races. 

Thee are {hundreds of ^ach 
trades aroiUK! the nation and each 
year the USA C3iampk>n8hl(» «v 
hek). Now the cars may be onaU 
but the ju-izes are not In the 
NMional Champkrai^ &it {ffiia 
is $5000, second price is $9000 nd 
third prize is $3000. 

The World ChampicM^i^i^offer 
$10,000 fot- fh^t place, $5000 for 
second place and $3000 for ttiird 
place. 

It is an biexpensive sport. The 





^n cort m'mmiMfi d dm ^ 
Ws. OC eaanb ym <m 
mem » lin. d^an&ii m 
im^ die "rtctag bug" baa 
im. 

Last we^ wb»i the\( 
^s <^ Jhifflv's 
ImU, Sidh^^^nm 
RMd. Vii^ida BMdi took^ 
honors, ^rao r«i aslipa hi 
(m bsm endurance final. 

mAatd Grpoe placed lefi^ 
with 255 laps: Freddie St# 
finished third wHfa 2S3 lap« 
Travis took fourth with 214 
Smmiy Anib«ws inm Mk 
240 laps: and M. &• ^^Ui ' 
sixth with 238 laps. 

Jimmgr said if. B. in 
FVeddie Stynm wwe aiii 
trophies' for best appearii^^ 

Sdney ayrtm and 
Grasse qqudified for IN 
eastern Vhrgfaiia 
xwo^ whk& wifi be Md |te^ 
Dec«nb«r. Qmi d the rai^, 
be hdd at Junmy's. 

tf yoi're in tN; eiaricet fo 
^ family pastime, 1 woidd^ 
g^ you lo(dc bito tiie 
d t&d-ctt racing. It offers 
for everyone. 




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COWUMUNfTIBS 





mrm^isT ofimcH 

Pilimai Anne 

iOKN)a.n. — Church School 
ll:lB*.w. — Morning Wonhip 

. fiUwCIS AIWY 
HmboisT CHimCH 

^•t N^k RMd , 
ti^tt^ Om^, IMBbter 

):46*.n. — Charch Scliool 
11:00 lUM. — MonUny Wmhip 



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list 

_ ColonW Road 
H. W«rk Curry, PMtor 

1:80 *.«. — Morning WomWp 
t :46 m.m. — Chitfch School 
ll:00ftja. — Moniing WonhAp 
7:80fJB.^ir<Mith F^oin^ 

HAY&MD MEM^IAL 
METHODIST CHIHRCH 

Ji7U g t^gpod ^^d 

t :4( mn. — Church School 
11 :»0f«.— Morning Worship 



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HAYOOOD METHODIST 
CHUJtCH 

8149 Bajrshore Ro«d 
• :80 ».n., 9:4S a.ri. and 11 :00 
».n. — ^WorAip Services 
i:46 Ml— Church Schod for 

•II age groi^t 

ll:00a.in. — S«coad wi^on of 

Church School for fiAdr«n 

op thro^ 7th g^^ and 

adalte. . . 

7 :00 p.m. — Me1*otet Youth 

IP^llowrinp tor young people 

7tk, gth and 9t^ grades is 

JmioT High Gi«ap »ad 10th 

grmde vp for Senifvr t^roup. 

IPiwnds wwconed. 



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MeHtOMST OlMKai 

Kso^ liriHid, N.C. 
C-MaA. Mteistar 



Servlee 



[•^*.n.— JModay School 



ha«i*t Um too good 

today. iNBt in A xnlmftt sobAA» 
wffl eoiK along foV a dits^ 
Jdumr WiU have » dime, brif^ 
«id taYiting, lyii« to Wi N^t 

What's he gdni to A» w» 
tibat dfane? As he sits in the son, 
^ions dane6 in his mind. Hi 
eoiUd buy candy, ice cream, a new 
ftm gtksiftm . He could even save it 
IRS Sonday Scl^ . ..but then 
^ifiaJt g<ood could a fime do. 

Suddenly Johnny remembered 
a Sunday School lesson. Jesus 
laid told how precious was th« 
penny oWering of a poor widow. 

Neirt Sunday Johnny proudly 
dk-opped his dime in tiie offering 

Sdkta^B giti wasn't very much. 
It won*t do a great deal to help 
the Church meet its financial 
needs. The important thing is: 
it h^i>ed Johnny I Going to Sun- 
di^r Sdiool has put him on the 
road to becoming a real Cl^tiMi 
busin^Hsnan. 



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BAY1.AKS METHODIST 
CKVRCH 

Shore I^. at Treasure Island 

IMve in l^^de 
lUfiMai E. mKMm, Mtadster 
8 :iO * ' 1 1 H>0 a^— WmUp 
Sw^rtce 
»'.4Sa«i. — Sattday S^ool 

c»Marv iRmKx>iST 

Iteck Say, Yiii^ia 
ti»09 e. fiiw«, lHataNv 

10:06 a.in.—Chftrch School 
11 :00 a,m. — Morning Worship 

SALEM METHODIST 
€HUE€H 

•Princiia Anne, Vijr^rinia 
En«ry 0. Ellaior*, Mtalrter 
10:00 a.in. — Morning Worship 
11 ;00 a.m.— Church School 
7 :80 p.B>.— Youth Fellowship 

COMMUNITY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Acredale — ICemi^viUe 
lUv. Joha L. Kiblmr, Jr. 

»H8a.m.— Church S«Apol 
11:00 a-m.— Morning WorsMp 
7;S0p.ni.— Youth Fellowship 

1.YNNHAVEN METHODIST 
CHimCH 

LiUle Neck Road 
1t«T. 0«car V. Roirif «•* 

10:00 a.m.— Ohoreh S^ool 
1 1 K)9 a,.m— Morning Worship 

LeKlES METHODIST 
CHURCH 

66S0 Vii^ia Beach Blvd. 

R«T. C. KatoB Gray 

8:80a.in.--Garly Wonttiip 

Ser^ce . „ . . 

9:4&a.m.— Church School 

ll:00aja.— 4Ate Worship 

Serriee „ .. 

e#ip.m.— Youth Fellowship 

BETHEL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
Roy R. J aMJ U wi r Pai^r 
10:00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
11 :00a4Bi.— Church School 




ST. AIDAH'S 
mWDPi^ OIUIKm 

XMf s Gtwt BMd 

A Sdinbnrg DrlTe 

Pi»ne 340-3780 

Rw. U 1. T»ybr, Jr., VIear 

10:00 a*. — Holy Communioa ^ 

(fin^ and third Sundays) 
Morrttt Prayer, 2nd Md 4th 

SimAyfe 
Cniur^ School (eoBcvrrent 
with services) 



mnm mmmi m^m 

PHONE 4aa.S73a 



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ST. NICHOLAS 

CATHOLIC CHURCH 

644 ittle Neck Ed. 

Phone 340-7231 

Rav. tll^M M. Sunii 

Sunday niaaes — 8:15, 9:80. 

10:46, and 12 Noon in the 

Church; 11K)0 in Princesi 

Theater, 8177 Virginia Bea<h 

- Plvd. 

Confessions — Saturday 4-fi p.m. 
and 7-8 p.m. 



MINSEN DRl^ CO./I11C 

Praapti - Ef ««l««» PrawriUle* Swrrlee 
Pb««« 340-11 1 1 2»f4 Va. Baaeh llfd^ 

FREE DELIVERY 



MOUNT OLIVE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

L. Warren C^mc, PaAwr 

9:80 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
7:30 p.m. — ^Evenltag Worahip 



CARROWi 
BAPTIST CHURCH 
RaT. Gary B. Thani^oa 

9^Sa.m. — Sunday School 
I iiOO a.m.— Worship Service 
5:45 .m. — Vesper Service 
6:30 p.m. — Training Union 
7:80 p.m. — Evangelistic 
Service 



OCfANA CURB MARKET 

VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. AT OCEANA 

Country Cored Baeon, Hams * Sioulden 
^ >»ah Fraits, VegttaWea, 

Grp<»riaa ft Meate . 



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KALA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

Creeds, Virginia Beach, Va. 
W. T. Weaver, Miaistar 

10:00 a.m.— Bible School 
1 1 :00 am, — Mourning Worship 
6:46 p.m — Y outh Program 
7:30 pm — ^Evening Worship 



W. A. WOOD, Inc. 

CaainlMiea Agect 
H««hla Oa A Raflaing Caw 
* J*a«l Oil and K«ea«M 
' IMal GAS^SSS, 



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CHURCH OF CHRIST 

1460 Va. Beach Blvd. Oceana 
Roy N. WikoB, Maietar. 

10M)Ua.m. — Bible Sl^udy 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7:00 p.m. — Evening Wo^^Wip 



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PLAZA MEIWODIST 
CHURCH 

808 Plasa Trail 
Herhart a Hobbt, Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — C^uteh School 
11:00 a.m.— ^Worship Service 
TiOOpjoa.— Youth Fellowship 

ara^KTbaptist 

aCVRCH 

Now MeetiKg In Louise 

idsusbgfli '£aementary School 

W. C. CUftoB, Pattor 

9 :46 a.tt.-r^Svnday School 
11800 a.m.— Monsiing Worship 
S:80p«m. — Training Union 
7 :80 pm.— Evening Worship 
7:80 p.m.— Wed. nrayer 



JSt2?. t'<Si2? t <St2? t <Si2? t 
11:00 a.m.—Ik>Iy Qnnmunion and 

Sermon (First Sunday) 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Prayor and 

Sermon (2nd, 3rd, and 4tb Sun- 
days) 

9:46 a.m.— Chtffch School (Sep- 
lendser-June) (Nursery through 

Adutts) 
10:00 a.m.-WBek Tisy—WAy Cam- 

munion 
10:30 a.m.— Thursday^Li^jfing on 

of Hands 



OLD ID0MAT40N 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

448 Witch D»ack Road, Bay-ide 
8 :00 a.m.- Holy Communion 
(Except during rector's va- 
cation) 

10:00 am. — Morning Prayer 
and Sermon (Holy Com- 
miuiion oa first Sunday of 
each mon^.) 

EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

233 Bowmra Eoad 
Rav. Charles R. McGialay, 

8:00 a.m.— ^Holy Ckwnmunion 
10:P0a.m. — Holy Communion 

(1st & Srtt Sunday) 
10:00 a.m. — Morning Praye* 



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ST. FRANCIS* 
EftiOOPAL MISSION 

100 Eosemont Road' 

VM^nia Beach, Va. 

lUv. Clayt^ E. Crlgfar 

Vicar<^Ckarae 

9 :l« aa.— Cwireh Sdiool 
10 afiaan.— Worship Service 
Narsery Provided 



fMlMO JMEtVODIST 
CtfURCR 

l^neaas J^e, Vtremia 
Emmt 9. EllAer^ Mbsistar 

J0:16«;m. — Church School 
till! MK.— Morning Worship 



^HlfllCH 

40*h * Pad^" — *88-«R7S 
^'^- TBclf^, llMtar 



(2nd & 4th Sunday) 
Church School follows ' the 
10:00 a.m. Service. 
Nursery service is availahle. 

EAST01N SHORE CHAPEL 

(Eipiaeo^t) 
B. Sidney Sandara, Raetor 

8i00a.m.— Holy Communion 
9 :00 a.m.— Family Service t 
and Morning Prayer 
(3rd Sunday Holy Com- 
munion) 
11:00 a.m.— ^Mornmg Prayer, 
sermon (1st Sunday Holy 
Communion) 

STAR 6F the sea 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

14th St. & Arctic Cirele 
Rav. FrMck V. Bambrick 

MA^ES 
Winter— 8 :00, 9 :30, 11:00, 

12:15 ^ V 

Summer — (June 1-Labor Day) 

7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 

11:00, 12:00 
Holy Days— 6:00, 7:00, 9:00 

md 6:30 p.m. 
Weekday, winter— 6:30, 8:45 

Summer, 8:45 a.m. only 
Confessions— 4:00 to 5:00. and 

.7 sOO to 8 :00 p.m. Saturday 

ST. MATTHEWS 
O^THOUC CHURCH 

1010 Sandra Lane, Va. &e«:h 
Fathar* OHara, Fathm- Pftiiky 
Summer Masses — 7:80, 9t00, 

1Q:30 and 12:00 
Confession flach Sa^ardsiy 4i00 

to 9:00 and 7:00 to 8.00 



8^4^B.Mlo^ Conan^x^ 



Paal R. Aldrich, Pastor 

9:45a.idt — Sunday School 
10:46 a.a&.-'-^onung Worship 

TEMPLE EMANUEL , 

25th and Baltic, Va. Beach 
PhiKp Pincas, Rabbi 

7:80 a.m.— Services Mon.-Pri. 
8:15 p.m.— Friday-Sabbath 

Services ^ «... 

10:00 am.— Saturday Sabbat 

Service 
8:00 a.m. — Services Sunday 

EMANUAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

Lynn Shores Drive at Va. Bch. 
Kani^th A. Prica, Pastor 

9:10 a.m. — Sunday Church 
Schuol , 
10:80 a.m. — Worship Service 
(ttttTMry provided) 
6:30pjn.-~Luther League 

EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
CUUR^ OF THE 
GOOD SHEPHERD 

1469 Laskin Road 
Rav. Wekson W. Taylor 

8 :30 a.m. — Wor'ship 
9 :30 a.ra. — Church School 
11:00 a.m— Worship 

(NtttNwiy provided) 
6:30iMiM^Luther League 

^iiAVIOUR'S 

luImbIan church 

Baj^tta Pines, Bayside 
KaBMih R. Carbauf h. Pastor 

8:16 ajn.— Worship Service 
9:S08im, — Church School 
ll:BiOaJii^--Worthip Service 

i|^^ OF PEACE 
LUmilAN CHURCH 

(Missouri Synod) 

424 Kings Grant Road 

'Rev. J. Bmm Ma*ay, Paster 

8:O0a.m.-iWvine Worship 
9:15 a.m.— Sunday School 
and Bible Class. 
10:80 a jn.— Divine Worship 
Holy Communion — Ist and 8rd 
Sunday. ' 

lUNGS GRANT 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

(Now miettog in the King's 

Grant iBIementary School) 

RayneM C, FUtton. Pastor 

9:50 a.«.— Sunday School 

1 1 too a.m. — Morning Worship 

BAYSIDE PIIESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Near IMbtns Come^ 
Rw. J. E. Aihason, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.— §ttnday School 
11:00 am— Morning Worship 

THALIA TRINITY 
PRESBYTERIAN CH^CH 

Kow meetihg>in tiie ThaUa 
'^ Elemehtanr School 
Inriag R. Stems, Mials^ 
0:30 a.W. — Morning W43«Wp 
10:46 a.m. — Chnrdi &hool 



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Fim&T CHURCH OF CHRISr 
^i.p*«a* SCIENTIST 

209 - 20th Street 
11:00 am.— Church Serviea 
8:00 p.m. — WednvsdaiF 
Sernce 



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Types Of biOdiea's Orthope^ Shoes. 
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Vicglaia Baack Blvd., 497-0338 



Wants J. MiUar, Mtvislar 
9:45 a.m. — Sunda) school 
11:00 a.m. — Church Service 



dCEAN PARK_^ 
COMMUNITY CHMRM 

DuPOnt Cirole,^ Baysidle, Va. 
Paul £. McCaUoiigh. 1%JI., 
9 :45 a.m.— Bible /Scheol 
''1 1 :00 a.m. — ^Uommg W«idiip 
7 :80^.m.— Family N%llt 
Service 



LYNNHAVEN 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

I^nnhaven Village 
Rw. Marian R. Webb, Jr. 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m. — Youth Pellowriiip 
6 :30 p.m. — Pioneer Fellowship 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Worship 

CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 Aragona Boulevard 
M. Bland Dudlay, MinUtar 

8 :80 a.m. — WorsWp dc Church 

School ■ ' 
9:80a.m.-^Worship A Church 

School 
ll:00a.tn.— Wondiip & Church 
^ School 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHlMtCH 

Pacific fpft. at 36th St. 

John W. t.ylas, Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — (llhurch School 

1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

Nursery Service Provided 



.CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

First St., Glenrock, Norfolk 
E. Crowell CewUyv Pastor 
9:45 a.m. — Church School 
ll:00a(.m. — Morning Worship 
6 :3tf p.m. — What-Nots 

Fellowship 

6:30 p.m.— Pione«r l^lltrtr^ 
6 :30 p.m. — Younf Plwiile'i 

Fellowship V 



VIRGINIA BEJdm 
COMMUNITY CHA^El. 

Laskin Rd., Linkhom Bay 
.<laT. Richard Wood«#ar4 ^Mlmr 

9 :45 a.m. — Sunday Schoel 
11:00 a.m. — Morning W«[^^ 
11 :30 a.m.— Children's CMlN^ 

8:00 p.m. — Evening Service 

SUBURBAN CHRISTIAN 

CHURCH 

111 Lobough Ave., 

> Bellamy Manor 

Vii^nia Beach, Va. 

Rot. J. Fradarick Parkar 

9:45aJB. — Sunday School 

11 :00 a.m. — Morning Wo<ndup 

11 :80 a.m. — Chil<|rens Church 

7:30p.iiu — £v«|ung Service 

LYNNHAVEN COLONY 
tINITED CHURCH 
(CangragalioBal Cbriatiaa) 
Great NeckBd. near Slwre t>r. 
The RaT. Tbo. H. Brittoa 
9 :4 5 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7 :30 p.m. — Pilgrim 
Fellowdiip' > 
Nursery for small cUldren 

PEMBROKE MANOR 

UNITED CHURCH 

(CangvagatioBal Chriaiiui) 

Meetings in Pembroke Manor 
Elementary School 
Rav. CbarUs F. Pmmm 
9:30a.m. — Church S^^ 
10:30 a.m. — Worship 

Nursery at all services 



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OCEANA CHURCH 
OF THE »^R£NE 

S. Court EcMde «!., Ocenui 



CHURCH OF OBB 

620 14th mM 
Bobby H. Sams, iMHar 

9:45 a.m. — Sunds^ 8<mool 
11:00 a.m.— Momtat W<i«Wp 
7:30 p.m.— Evenhttf WonOiip 



ASSEMBLY or ^OD 
Virginia Beach Bolkmffd 

East Lane — OefMma 
Rot. Sanoel D. Btilar, Jr. 

9!45 aJtt. — Churtjfi^ Si^ol 
11 :00 a.m. — ^McwniM WpnOdp 
7 :30 ^.m.— ^vanjiAMe 

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PENTECCSTM. 

ommm of ^mmsi 

15tii St. and BaWc Ave. 
Elwood Kara, ftttiftW 




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PRINCi^S ANNE 
BAPTIST 

1415 Oceaiw 

% mile past OcMna Air Sta. 
oh right 
T. i, Wngta, Paster 
9 :4§ aai.-^m^y School 
11:100 a.«.—-WMm^ Swr^ce 
6 :80 pMB.— BiWe ffody 
7:8^p.i 



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Lukin KOI 



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9:45 a.m. — Suadigr ooRwl 

11:00 a.m. — ^Meeting f«r ' 

Morning Wor^p (f 



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Oc^a / 

Rev. D. P. Fidma, ^^mf 
9:30ajm. — Sunday ScMd) 
11 :00 a.m.^ — Worriup Seinriea 



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Oct. 17-19 



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LICENSES TO WED 

OIOWUM} ani mCRIM — 

JamM Joa^A Cnmdl^ Jr.. a, 
USAF, Virgnia Baach and Mai^ 
gar«t Ann Kttdito. 20, rtudait. 
Virginia ^ach. 

NEWMAN airi WinfB — John 
E^nory Newman, 22, a^^aM mm- 
agcr, Martinsvilte, Vir0«la and 
Btirie Beatrice WV^ 27. m oteu- 
pition lilted, Vlr^iU Beach. 

BUTSAVAGK Md Leaaari — 

Peter J. Butsava«e, 17, dmnist, 
Virginia BeMh and La Rm A. 
Leward, 22, medical secretary, 
Vh^lua Be»:;h. 

AlKDmON aari MILLEIt, — 

Frardi VenuHi Atkinsoii, •%, 're!!d 
estate, Vir^nia Beach and Oiu- 
lotte Josephine Miller, 40, secre- 
tary, Virginia Beach. 

SMILEY and FRAZIER — Earl 
Lester Sniley. 18. labcror, Vir- 
ginia Beach and Patricia Ann Fm- 
ier^ 18. no occuc^md Uited. Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

HOUGH and RKHTOR —Arthur 
Alan Hoi#, 22, student. Lynch- 
bufg. Vir^la and Sally Nan Ridi- 
ter, 20, m> occupation listed, Vir- 
ginia Beik:h. 

EDMONIKSION and WILLIAMS — 

Randolph Leon Ekfanondson, Jr., 19, 
USN, Norfolk and Betty Jo Wil- 
Uans, 18, secretary. Virginia 
Beadi. 

STAFFORD and tflNSMORE - 

Joe R. I^afford, 24, naval (rfficer, 
Nw York, N. Y., and Jean M. 
Dinsnwre, ill accountant, Vir- 
^nia BeMh. ^ 

BEASLEY and UtUNI - Gar- 
Iffld G. Beasley. Jr., 21. merchant 
seaman, Virginia Beach and Livia 
Bnmi, 22, no occuoation listed, 
l«^nt^ Haven. Florida. : - 

PAYNE and STEWART - ,lBhn 
Ftancis Payne, 26, salesman, 
Louisville, Kentucky and Ruth Jane 
Stewart. 22, no occupation listed. 
Np V AS>any. lad. 

LUCKY aai A)YNER - Lorcn 
"J" Jjjkey, 22. mechanic. Virginia 
Bem^ and Carol Lynn Joyner,' 20, 
no occu{»tk» liked, Virginia 
Beadi. 

ALLAN and MANN — Tiniothy 

Randol^ Allen. 22, salesman, 

Richmond and Cynthia Dttue Mann 

22, no occu^tkm U^4>^ Virglpto 
Beach. ^--.. ,.= .^^ -..,., ■- 

Rl^SSO and LaPENTA ^ Gsb- 
rl^l itartfaaur ^isso, 38, baiW. 
WilQgMrteg|J^^^^® and Viola 
Harri p^Mi Penta. credit repre; 
s« tfattva.^fe >fagtOT, D^awf^re. 

WHrrFlfiLD md HUDGIN8 — 
James Baker WUtfieid, Jr., 24, 
USAF, Norfolk and Elizabeth Ann 
Hudi^ns, 21, no occupation listed, 
VireinJa Beach. 

WIXL8 and WXX — George 
Ravmond WeHs, 37, ffa* filter, 
Cincinnati, Ohb and Anita VntcOIe 
Mode. 37. cafeteria manager, On- 
cinmiti, Ohio. 

FARMER and HUGHES — Ed- 
ward Ray Farmer. 22, paintH*, Vir- 
ginia Beach, and Veiita Ann 
Hii^ws, 16, no occupatkm listed, 
VirKinuKBe«diT 

FENTRESS and VAN N08TBANT 
Barnes Edward Fentress, 19, elec- 
trician helper, Virginia Bead) and 
Marilyn DeEtt Van N<wtrand, 18, 
waitress. Vfa-ginili Beadf. 

GRANTHAM and FOLCK-Jdin 
Davis GranAttn, 22, stuttent, Dur- 
hitfn, N. C, and Pamela Folck, 
20, no occupation lirted. New York. 
N. Y. 



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Patty Duke has boy Irlead ,Warren Berlinger pnaied in "BWe/*' 
Chri^w presentatteB in Tedmicdor, which op«is Wednesday tA Vff 
Beadi llMatre thraogh UnMcd Ar^ rdeaae. I 

The Typlsr^d 'The Tigerj 



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SUNDAY, MONDAY 
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAV 

Oct. 17-20 



NORFOLK - "The Typist" is 
Usty and '"Hie Tlgw" is tanif- 
fic . . ,"! Tliese two plays which 
make up the double bUl to be 
pr05«ited by the Expermnrntai 
Wing of the Norfolk Little Hieaure, 
Wednesday through SMurday, 
October a«3 and TMov. 34, have 
been writtoi by the same play- 
wrif^t and are paiormed by titit 
same twO actors, all in the same 
evening— at no admls^oa charge 
to the {Hiblic. *i^*ft«^a^^ 

Murray Sdiisgal, the authcM- d 
Luv (the funniest show now avaU- 
aUe on Broadway which has been 
{dayhig to standing room mhf 
audiences fcr almost a year), be- 
cane a resounding and uproarious 
success with The Typist and 1^ 
Tiger. Prothiced two season ago, 
these one-act idays were p«\ 
fwoMd by Ann Jackson airf Eli 
Wallach, who are currently star- 
ring in Luv. is 

la The Tiger, ^ starting pdnt 
bears 't prmnlse' oi lau^er. A 
man carries a woman, kfddi^ and 
screaming, with a sa^ over her 
head, into his miserable base- 
molt quarters. Atthough tlw at- 
mos{riiere is mninous, it mon dis- 
sdves into a kimi of denoited 
irwiy. In 11» Typist, Sdiisgal 
takes us bito an office wl^ra a 
young woman inducts a new on- 
ployee, a young man, into Uie 
mysteries of typing names fron 
the tele{^one book for a (ro- 
nwtkm campaigh. His character- 
izaticMi is oft»i happy, all the 
diatogue verv funny. Murray 
Schi^al's kir-ts o^ drdtery justify 
InspectiMi a»"* * •» Typist and 
The Tlgon flash a brilliant, spon- 
taneous brand of American humor. 
Two veto-an Little Ttieatre per- 
formers, Elsie ^tom and Bato 
Dean will comprise the entire 
casts of both plays. Mrs. Sknon. 
last seen in the Experimental 
Wing's production of "Under Milk- 



wood," has played numerwis per^ 
at t^ Littla Theatre and fa- Tht 
Norfolk Arts Festival. Some ^ 
these include: Saint Joan. Li^ 
Macbeth, Antigone, Electra £UV 
Anastasla in 'Two For Tlie Se#- 
saw' and "The Little Hut.' 

Bob Deto just r»:ratly coif' , 
pleted his first summer seaui 
at the Nwfolk little theattt wiA 
his performance of T^len in "Ilii 
Kriack. Dean also played ttie "f^ 
\^m voiee" in "Hie fi^ tfA 
conducted the Te«i Hopi ^r|t^ 
the run of thai sUmt. Othe^' jdagp 
to his credit have been 'h 
Thousand CIowhb' and Tumid « 
Love.' t 

"Hie Tyjd«t* and "Hie Tiger' w« 
be the first producticm this »as^ 
by the Experbnental Wing. St# 
F^w^n. maltatfflg dir«:t(Mr M 
the Theatre. wU direct and da- 
sign this pair of playa- As iMV 
been fte poUcy, of the Wng, i|- 
missl^ it 1^. on a firat-cwMib 
j^Mitad-iafe. A «»at% 
im WM0xi helps to de6# 
■ piedueti ea ww ta. 1 

Tlie Norfdk Little ttattre A 
located at the corner of <a*|- 
mont and Ratel^ Avenaes. t^ 
tain time is 8:30 p .m. , | 

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1. Dav« Crabh^e*! c# 
Mother, fh« Car,** 

Jerry Colona 

J«rry Van Dyk* ^ 
Danny 'HionWHi 

2. Afl^nt Rdiinion of "I 
Spy." 

John Fertytha 

Robert Culp 

Ikivkl Janns«» 

3. Wfdow SteHo Turner ^ 
"The Doctors." 

Monica May Hefon Troiiil 
Ann BIytho 

4. Busy blonde to **$Of0 
Night Out." 

Ann Sotfiem Ktm Novell 
Jane Mo^esflold A 

5. Glamour photodpophat 
In "Funny Foce.*«^ 

Cory Grant DovM Niyii| 
Fred Astalra 



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JFfA Renews tmritation: Join Now! 



Mr pmm mA UtAtn 

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9ft« HiMoMi Ckm|r«« at 

hw ndw mqr iti ftsftttid 

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T^ illinTiWiig. BTHTqirigJ 
«tt te • llmt-fMr mUm pro- 
*wffl tax PTA twimtem 
0M vteotfc," M^ N*ti<niAl 
PA Tiwridjiiit Kn. laiMlte 
It to ae* to* mwA 

to aUr dull ^ 0Ot«<MIIM of tflCM 

Ml iHMi fur-nadUnf, 

Mmoieei for our na- 

'. A mBBO&t of tiw PTA'fe tffe^- 
ttr^MTtB acti on ■y t cW <aJ!y. 
•Mob to hete diwdvuitagM 
eidkUvn— WM »i Booki for Ap- 



TUi iMMMftr (skc's Cdla RIehnan, a tnt fradcr at Ray ■cho<rf la 
Chten) haa aa InvltattM tot t^ natfon: Ma Hn PTA^-aad Iwlp 
Om otter 49,M9,9W or ae ddldren ia AMuicaa a^oda this yaar. 

welfare— hi hmae, achool, chardh 



pabcMa protram of Mrly 1965, 
when, in fl*« tnontha, PTA'a 
throa^out tha country collected 
more than 1,100,000 chiWren'a 
booka and aant thmi, in bookcaae 
bcacea, to the hundreds of barren, 
one- and two-room ichoola in the 
Apiwlachiaa mountains. 

•This was a special project," 
Mrs. M oorhead recaUs« "and our 
routine programs can be equally 
effective in advancing children's 



and c<»nmunitf ." 

While children in scjjiool are 
the focus of aU PTA Nativity, 
the National Congreaa of Par- 
ents and Teaclwrs worlu equally 
hard to keep parents and teach- 
ers learning, too, about children. 

ChiMiwi'i complaints about 
school yrlll get an airing in a 
forthcoming issue of The PTA 



Hggaitet, wed « a Male taxi Hf 
PTA-sponsored rtodyHyseusaloa 
gitHips in mwDT eoommitiea. ta 
otta- sehadoM ar^toa. parmta 
wiU be givra sun**^M on ^^ 
to prepafe for a eonf erem^ with 
the teacher, as well M chaUe^- 
ing views on IQ teHs, aUUty 
grMiplng sad ttndMt cheattagb 

The PTA'a ofllcial mMCaslna 
also providea regular serview to 
thoughtful paants: pnvicws 
oi moticui picMraa— gndfl for 
diildrea, ad<rfM««its and a^Ma; 
reviews of television program 
along with namaa of their spon* 
sort; regular reports on 'Vhafa 
happening In eduoititm" and 
news of madlcal developmmts 
%tt affect (Oidkban's hnUth. 

All is infOTThation that will be 
used b^ PTA's aa they prognnn 
their cvrrent attack on critical 
tisutt. 6^tt matten wr^ttBt 
aet^ calendar are equalMag 
educational opportunity; clarify- 
ing th* responsiblUties for 
edueatiohal deeision-makiag; ex- 
tending and streni^enii^ com- 
mua|ty iervfcel; 

Combating mora!, ipMtudI, 
mi civic apathy; MimiaMiaf 
nrtain healtit and safety hu- 
ards and safeguMdiinr iMttvId* 
ual rights and libirtiel. 






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ttwtduai iptty to Arfak k^r- 

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la teM after casei while 
dievtaf pala, aetwU r^«e- 
tlon (iWnk^) twoK ^M*. Most 
athariai of •! - r«i«ts,wera so fl»»r- 
ourk that rtiirers Itmtt Mtoai^lng 
8tol«MBts Hke "PM luive eeaM (a 
be ■ Ffobleail'' The seCTH % • •?* 

eoH^ rf a wori^-itmwii i^Maf^ 
inttitete. Tkto sabstaaee ftl a«# avaO- 
aMt 1 mf^Uory utmrnttif Urm 
eiaiei Fim^tiim Sm. At aU drai 



Ltt iMtor'i farniila stop it 

Zone speeds soothing rdief to «(• 
IHIN^ caused itdmn of ednna. 
adaor rsskes,^chi inuations, non- 
pobOQOutMstctbMi. E>aemitt2SB 

face ffititA, mm ncaung, ue-ncn i 
sUn aMLZime, UipiilorQtMrant 
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Btt* iMf • Mif Aim. I Mm a 
I iMpa yo« ^a •^v*. 
iHNt kani f^ to ftMMta;r 
' im mmtA Awttad a 

16^ «» aot Bb Her 
aloppad malraai i«iat t* l^in- 
^UyletAoL iWmtaaiUftaml 
aitf ]«t ^MHwenM ^ tha girL 
I MriE II ii MVWtiiif. I ton 



Qili to nqr pai^te bat 
•ttQ ny I ^m aevttr i^ 
to Saaday Schofrt bat m 
n a^ara thi^ say unttl I gi-ow 
u$. I'll toon be 18. Don't yOU 
ttmk I diottld be aUoved to go 
I want? What sbould I 
do? I like thla girl very aioch 
fiid I 9flMt tittft h«r w a«Uy 
w^ parenta tUak. HOiat 
sboald I do?" 

GUI KBPLT: Examine your 
em^enee very tborott^f* ^ 
ta^ralaa if ^u have b«en honest 
«lv% yoQcaai and irith jbur par* 



ante. Rara yon, ptzliipi em 
iririhMBseloasly, been using Sua< 
dv Sdiool as an excuse to see 
tm 1^1? Would yott net still 
oialtaa an exoiaa if loch were 

pOMlUlf 

Ymir parents sbould bave no 
objeetioi to your going to Son* 
d^ SdooL Ita't there another 
diurdk In your town which offoa 
yott tba same opportunity to at- 
tend Sunday School? Hava you 
tevestigated this possibility? 
Have you discuned it vltb tooi 
^ttteti? 

B iraur parents object to tiw 
^ tW bsve a reason. U im 
be nettling mote than the ftwi 
they do not feel you should be- 
bonM too interested in any girl 
See U you can, by approMblns 
your parents sensib^ and niat 
ter-of-fact, find, the reason. B« 
prepared to look at things Iron 
"their side of the fence" — ra 
member tii^ have a resp(Huibft 
i^ to da not that which mkm\ 
ym happiest, but ^at aU(b ii 
best for you. « ..i .h 

K yew bar* a leraaee IMsMsMl yw 
w«at to «Kiiu. ot jm ■ inMrtw a 
mA», addrMa jyvur laMtr (• rOI JUU 

MOUTTEiaAdm commmm 
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- tba Kirgida 
(fBA> is 
eifarii^ laadHaf aids so bmk- 
ifum a VraiM Has y«ar in 
CMBMctfte vMb in ttilal peo- 
grttu 

Ibe aM^aalfeid #10 occupy an 
ladiftltbD bMft at the John Mar- 
shal »til diMag m ttinila] 
ooaimtion of the Virgiai* Educa- 
tion Assoclatioa (VEA) Ocflober 
»», at whfefa Hmm teaching aid 
Uimm m banUi^ and eeo- 
iBiiMes ^ be en diiplar. 

Hif VEA tBki ia Hidunond 
mMiOm be^m«m %^ aad 12,- 
m iMR^ri Akf Mlwol offidids 

Marehant D. ^^atwiti, c^teeiitive 
^4lMet dt tbe VBA saU. 
"Ibe teoclattkm Is p£Ba|ed^wWi 
^ ^0mm$ to woiit Willi ibe 
^adiers ef aift MMI li^ ^rovidl« 
«i^ aitt relafi^ to UalciiC 
and cw» l aT-st ttte g ral pi rt 
of ^ ^we otfraalse wiWil/' 
"•ft it l^ta^*^ sail "mk 
tte' ittl^ dwuld learn th^ee 
mm'^h mmmk 'tt m early 
pm bv tti aduealieaai ^wass." 

'Mn^J(k §tm, aAiiiaistr^ive 
■nii^lii of Qmi a^didtiim. poiM- 
itWtW^ "oidars are already 

1^1^ toe d)e boddets beii^ <rf- 
lend tfiis ^ar." 

The association distributed over 
mm iadividual teaching aid^ 
' «o tMthars aad pupis 'M aboi* 
70 sehoeb Ibrougboat Viisbla last 
year. More than UMbO copies are 
OKpectad to be dlstributad this 



''What Is 8 Family Budget?' 
"What Is Credit Riatlng?" 



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PEnln Fur tnElCf 

Young hair is immature and even though we have some wry 
gei^ waving btions, we d<»'t recommend any peiTnanMl artfl 
a young tousle is part-way through grammar schobl. 

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OUR NORFOLK LOCATION 
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In additioR. "UsiagBank Serv- 
teei", prepnrad by tiw Baiddng 
EckKtatioR C<»)unittee of tl» Ams-' 
lean Banters AssociatiMi (ABA) 
is bdng distrikited for use pri- 
marily at Ugh school Im^ 

According to ABA ^ures the 
Virginia Association distributes 
more of these booUets than any 
other state. The program to pro- 
vide information on banks and fi- 
oancial matters for K^hqo! dul- 
dren began five years s^ in Vir- 
ginia. 

Ibe material is. off«%d bree of 
dtat$6 to d tehdttrs for their 
indents. 



ARAGONA - Elizabeth D'Auria 
teaching art classes for be- 
ghiiMrs and advance artists at 
the Abel GaDeries. 4801 Virgiflia 
Veadi Blvd., opposite Aragona 
rix^ihg center on Thursday 
morning from 10 a.m. to nocm. 

Classes began last we^ but 
there is an o;«Ung for two more 
students. 



MERCIHtY-COMET 



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WBA representatives 
at the edUbition |ooth tiiis. month 
will bfe enploy^ of vaHous 
bMs in the RlcUnmd area. 



Ibe neweit aMUoa to «w fam- 
V on edueMsoal teaching .,ai(b 
a booklet entiUed. "A Vi* to 
ie a*nk", deslfnM for priatory 
Ziehen, and win be offered for 
tim« (bis FaO. 

coMaiia and batfttng 

i diilrlbutod iiy tba aa< 

a««to*>aa**6abeot 

. use in grades five 

jae hi|^ school. Tbe 




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MOOSE BIRTHDAY 

VIRGINIA BEACH - In cele- 
bration of its f(nirth birthday, Uie 
Virginia Beach Moose Lodge Na 
19% wil linvite the Little Glut 
Little League basebaU team aad 
the families as well as the Lodg^ 
members and dieir families Ux 
a buffet dinner m Saturday at 
8 p.m. 

Following the dhiner, a danee 
for the members and families will 
be enjoyed. 



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BRJi^S> fKW utsJaM l ii^l sew- 
ing macMaa and i^bet. FuUy 
ea#aed to.m-im. ovovast, 
etc Oi^mafly sold for «».50. 
Pay W«my. balaaai of l».60 
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o^p^OMt, ele. JBelaaee ti |»>.se. 
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WAKES 8r MODELS 

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RESIDENTIAL SAL^ 

• COAAMERGIAL & INVESTMENT PROPERTIES 
• RENTALS (Yearly and S«>R^al) ', 
LANDDiVaOPING 
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L6t u$ |iut ytKir he«ting system 
IftrougH its paces and make sure 
If t ready for winter. Call . . .% 
toon. 

New AND {REPAIR WORK 

pmieess mMe PLUMBMe 
aifSMMtALsamiERsjiic. 

431 VA. lEAai llVD.>^28-1M0 or 428*1661 

MMBW ANMI STATION - 426-6216 

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HouM OxrfvMee qn bMnational 
M^riNfioB cdtod for Novanber 
MMMiabcr t, IMS by Preddent 
^Bsm^^ si% idreMJ^ undo* way. 
^pMriiMtduig the efforts to malu] 
MvsatlQBil CooperatkB Year •' 
awH^n «re two aattaguy^d coro- 

(DA Cabinet c(»nn)ittee {ormed 
fay tht Secretary of !^te at the 
rtque^ of Presi(tent J(^uwiii io- 
dides represoitativ^ of 19 ecKS 
i^ve alleles. Harkn devdand, 
Ai^ataoi Secretfiry of ^ate for In- 
tmatknal OrpnhaUon Affairs is 
dialnnan. 

d) A Natkmal Citkau Com 
flrfailtm compoaed of 235 (fiiMto- 
guMMd AmoicaiMi from aO over 
tfia coirtry was convened \xs ^w 
UN Aaiodation^ of the U.S.A. in 
iHK^MJoae la a i^imA from Secre- 
tary of State Dean III^ that UNA- 
USA take the lead in ^Aimulatti^S 
{and coordinrttag partldpaUmi d 



Virfinle Beadi SUN, Thwraday, October W^^ 



die private Mctor to ^ ^tmas- 

tSakmuk d tte HMbM (M- 
t«m CamaMm u UNA-tm 
ftaid CMiifiiiari MMt te4«mte. 
m addMMi. tile fmUket Hm iSm 
auwiM^ that Mr. U0ma wtH 
nrveai MMMul Ufl Si^ CMr' 
larf a^ Ml y«v. 

li aaOftdHi die CMmm^ 
d llie Naftmal atom CoMial*- 
itaa. ifr. ftM^w* pofelM dtit 
IMk ^oc*$ m^ Mt^m wwdd 
ba to aecdtfate. aMMate. and 
teem Oiittii Alt to Mm iDiikg 
oA M ttie area af feMumt^Mul 
CdbiMralMi. k»ttig tomvtA m 
aUriiyenunt of a proddctiM WtMi 
tiottse CoOiereMee. 

Equally ta^^(»tffiit will be NOtTi 
dfert to «couM#B nattott-w*«te 
ffiftSM to dte presidnffl i^qbwt 
to carry ttw? (Mty of lilBfHawiiMH 
cooperation and <M-ganizatoi to 
die y^nericffii pirfilic. 



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V0M is acciirate. 
AH of this at two pnnies per p«-soB per inonA ia a r«ri tegaiii. 



Betttf Breakfast Monthf 

Everyone Deads brei^a^ for m«fff for morning work 

A guvJ breakfast consists of: (1) a fruit or fruit juice that contalni 
Ms of vitamin C, as oran^ juice. (2)^ a protein food m eggs or me^ 
or peanut buttor or milk on cereal CS) a carbohydrate food, as cereal 
or' bread, (4) a beverage usually colSse far iWte and milk fw chlldrMi 
(5) jam OT Jelly for those whb need R. 

Many combinations as baa« aftd'toOMto sandwidi and nA ia^Kte 
all the above requirements as doei a ydMit butter aaMMch witit 
orange Juice and mQk. 

So vary type of protein, cait)ohydrtte nd fti* awved if the famly 
likes it or stick to the same menu if that suits. However, everybody ba 
sure to eat l»ealdast. , 

Have a bI|M a^k-oid ev«ybo(^! 



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CORNBRSTOMB 
(CoBMrrmtHre 



BAPTIST 

Tide imk kl: 
Lynnhayen Colon^r 
10:00 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.in. — Morning Service 
T:SOp.ni. — %iiiittt Serriag 
7 :80 p.m. — Wa*i«ktoy 
Evening ServleM 



FIRST BAFTISt ClflURCH 

SStli St at Holly Bd. 
H. Hm^ W*taw,-rartor 
9:S0a.m.^— Sttttiay Sehool 
11 :00 a.m.- -Morning Worship 
6:16 p.m.— Trainina JhiioB 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Bervlca 
Evani^ Services 30 itta. Mtt 
May 1 5 -Sept. IIL 

lAVSi^i iArriS'^ 

CHURCH / 

1480 measure HooM Ba. 
Urn- V.JfteFoo, WttUr 

8:80 a.m. — WdrtWp Service 
11:00 a.m. — Worship Servibe 
9:80 A 10:10 a.m. Sunday 
School ^ - m ^ 
8:00 p.m.— Ev«litaig Service i 

249 Itoaaikoitt Btod 
R««. IMvio HvglMa. Pntor 

11:00 & 7 :3d p.m.— Worship 
Servieea 
9:80a.m.--Sanday Sd|ool 
.6:18 p.m. — Training tmlo» 

BEACHLAWN BAPTIST 

CHURCH 

9th A Med. Ave. 

A cooperating Soothera Bapist 

Cnurch 
G«erf« Wellctt. Jr., Minbtwr 
Phone 428-2004 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday School 
11:00 a.m.— Monrfng S€>rvice 
6:30 p.ra.— T#aWftg vmtm 
7:30p.ni.— EWittME ^*vtee 
T:30 p.A.— wed. ftayer 
Ser^ce 



7:80; 
— J»«EWll4LfAm*f 

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MPrtaceaa, fh 
I41S OCBAN4 

Mr 8uti«» i^ ^ 

T. i'^^t/^'^t^ 
i :#8 a-m.*— ^www Sp^W 
llrf8a.iii.— WorrtJp Sei^ 
7t80^p.ni.— Evta^f 

KEMPSVIL 
CiHU 

^IfO ftinpiviSa B?»ad 
A. D. BlovBt, pMtor 
9{<tf aai.— Sonday School 



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Va. Beach Bl^^Mij(49ing 
Pi^iM«r Aime Ri^ Beko^ 

R^vTRabmrt H. WaBa^ 
8:80a.m.— Momiiv Worn^ip 
9:80a.]iB.-^im^^ Sdiaot 
ll:00a.ai-^MoiM4i Wot0l0 



FIMT COLONIAL 
imiST OiUI^ ^ 

•2f 7l9«l Girtofritf Boatf 
GetoqH^ T. StaHkiii^ Paitor 

9:46a.».— Sundigr School. > 
10:00 a.a}.—Morni£g Woftli^ 
6:80 p.#.— 'TrWiiIhg ITnioli 
7;30p,m. — Evening Worahlp 
7:80 p.m.— Mid- Week service. 
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FBLLOVisNiP BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

419 Glanrock Soai Norfolk 
T. He 



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9 :45 a.m.— Chorch S«|»ol ^, 

ll:00ajn.— Moraing wonAlp 

7:30 p.m.— Evening Worehip 



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7271 Vii^nia BeMh Blv 



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FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

6818 Va. Beach Blvd., Norfolk 
Fr«4 M. Fai4M, Fatl^ 
9r46a.m. — Sunday School 

ll!00a.m.— Morning Worahip 
6:30p.m.^-Fell6w8hip Hour 
7:80 p.tti. — Evening Servieea 

GRACE BRBTHREN 
CHURCH 

Great Neck ak Hilltop 
A. HaroM Arri«tlo«. Pailor 
10:00 a.ili.— Sunday School 
ll;00a.B>.— WotdiV Servica 
7 :80pj».— Evening Servlee 

NtoUFTT OLIVE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rot. T. If. WallMr, Paator 

9:30 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Morning WoiWiJp 
7:30 p.m.— Evening Worship 

OAK GROVEJIAPtlST 
CHUR0I 

Back Bay, Vh^inia 
AMn St. Clair, Paator 

9:45 a.m. — ^Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship 



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Blvd. 
M YoUiOto, , 
Rat. PaM&l Knalr O.i 

Mttaea— 6:80, 8:00, 9:80, 

11:00 and 12^10 
Confesaiona are on l&tordi^r 

7:80-8:80 



mJiCKVfJ^m BAPTIST 
CHURCH 
Rav. BaMlk L. Her* 

t0:00a.ni.-^attday Sdiool 
ll:00a.ni^Monrint Wotahi^ 
"Serving "So* and the f!"** 

munity of Biackwater 
1784" 



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TABERNACLE IKTHOOIST 
CHIFBCH 

Princew Anne, Vir)|toU 
Ri^ri H. G«rMr, IMUiar 
9:45a.di.— ^iMAreh School 
1 1 .00 a.m— Morning Wbrship 



BIK.E BAPtlST CHURCH 

ai%enwan M. ft Lakevlew Dr. 

Bayai^, Va. 

Rot, Daridr MOora, Paster 

9:46 a.*!.— Snhday ^sKool 

1 1 :00 a.m.— MtAniftg* Woi^ft 

7:46 P.W — Ev«itag Won^ 



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ciracii 

PHneeBs Ann« Court House 
Rot. Broce B. Poflrfoa. Paator 

10:00 a.m.— Sunda^ Bmo^\ 
11 :00 a.m. -^Morntaig Woi 

6:00p.m,— B.T.0. 

7:00 p.ai.— Evening Woti^ 

LONDOlf MMB^B 
BAPTMT CWMMH, ^ 
laoqdoh Bri#e^ Virtlpni 
a J«war4 Jttrtii, Walg 

8:SVa.n;^Momtog W^^ililjp 
9Ma rt^^.^«i'A4iy BiiDrt 

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RS& 1 1 - - - 

207 - tSt^ Street 
Rev. BaWf^y Fi 

8:30a.m.^— W(HWiip 
Summer Mohtha 
9:'t5«m. — Church School 
ll:0Oa.m. — WowWp Service 



THTALiA HETHa&irr 

CNMH^ 

Pirt Ave. A Val l^h. Wvd, 
WQllMi L. A4^« Pwti^ 

9:l|a.m.-^SBA&y ^hbol 
ie:li >.flt; — IfoiMft) 

FOUNDRY MET^06ttT 

8:4Ei.mfc aW| tUMH.-^ 

. 9:45 a.m.— Chweh S$^^ 
6:80p.iii.— Tontli FaBilMkqi 

|l»IB8Vll*» .^„ 
PRESBYTERIAW CpiMM 



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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, October 14, 1965 



To Purchase Piano 




Ends 



Saturday 



At iM iwoit HMdiiC flf llM m, T. CMke Paren t-iyadm- Anodatten, |iM wai donated by it toward 

of a MiTfiaM. (Left la right are Shephe (^ Omrery, Jr., Cooke PTA treasurer: Mrs. WiUiatn 

; Mn. PUHp Pario. priadpal; aa d Mr». Wimam jSext—, tnaric teacher. (Boke Photo) 




e FRANCIS LAY 
AssiHanl Agent 



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is tte flofakn Chwn b;^ wUdi todei^ is bound togetlwr." 




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W^ bfts! In tfie past few wet^ you h^ r^ mid heard mudi 
tf^ Ike 411 CM) program. Today, I wmdd like to sum up what 4-H 
is md what it can do to ^m ^her as a Club 
ma^mm m an adeft wilifflletf liach^^"^^^ 
^ Whatb^m 

The 4-H Oab [atignin i» an iitf«inal, out-of 
adiod e<hicat^nal <yganiTM.kTn for youth. Jt is 
cwductod by the Agriodhatd Extension SerA<x 
d Virginia Po^rtbedaiic Institute (ymir land-grant 
college) tai coofx^atko with tiie U. S. (efMurtment 
of Agri(»ltiD« mi tfie govemnert of the City (^ 
Vii^nia Beach. Hie Oty im^non is \mder the 
^mediate supavirion of Agrktdtural Extenskm 
wwfcen (icricuHuna nd home dcRxn^ration 
agefrts). Lo(^ 4-H Cld» ut taperrimii Jay v^n- 

teer tocal leaders. 4 _ 

WhiA 4« l»aes f^ Wml^ 
n« ptsiram Is diii^jBed to give yoaag peri«»trririnf to 
l^iOs, lead^r^p abiffi^es, aqd apiredation of dtisenship and an oppor 
tuaity for pe»mal growth- In 4-H a youi^ perMO learns to accept re- 
lpQasU% and to nute meanh^ dedsions. 

lien Are 4-H Chte? \ 

441 CM) iraric is the ^mhU's ]ai«e^ youtii «gai^U(m for ho&i boys 

and j^ there are 76 oomtries aroind die w<rld Qai have 4-H type 

fqmtoH'^ Mbk Ihan'two and a quarter million young peo{^ be- 

tVMB Oe ages of 10 and 19 bdong to 4-H in the 80 states of this NaUon. 

Haw Do 4-H OiriM OpentaT . 

1%e «4rers orgairiie themsebes (widi tb# assistance of Exten^lor 
wrion and local voim^ar la4en) iirto ddM <m die coRoraknity or 
9eeU interest lefvds. hold regdar meetings, elect dieir own officers 
Idaft tteir own irograms, and carry on iMfividual and grot|> projects. 

Tw Caa ^ m 49 

Wtth dw above Infomatian; k is easy to see that you can be in the 44? 
oi^HdzatMn, wh^her y«i Ihre in the country or in town. Why not join 
a 4A Ghih today or yp hi getting tm started in ywir ommunity. For 
addittooal iiiianwdon, caQ die VPI Extension Ottot at <my Hall, in 
PrhiceM Anne (pboae. «&«111. Ext. 6). 



^^n^TS 



" mACJCWATER - Elaine White- 
huret has been elected president 
of the Blackwater Community 4-H 
Club at its recait meeting held 
in the Creeds Fire Hwise. 

Others elected to serve for the 
1965-66 4-H Club year are Donald 
Shirley, vice president; Stephanie 
Pecsek, secretary; Donna Frost, 
treaairer; Cylde Hathaway, re- 
porter; Toni Baum, parUamem 
tarian; "Hieresa Pec^k, game 
leader; and Ricky Siirley, song 
leader. 

the'members d iim Chib also 

voted to take the 4-H Wfldlife 

Proect as the club project for 

the year.*" _ 

Joe Pecsdc gave a report on 
die city-wide 4-H try? to the !^te 
Fair. * il '^ 

~Wr^m meeting tt^m ch* 
will be heW on October 25 at 
7:30 p.m. at the Blackwater Fh* 
House. 



All young pe(^ 
Blackwater area ar* invited to 
attwid. 



WILUA»6BURG - "l^»ic.' 
VilUam bige'i PuUbo* Rrize win- 
ng comedy, ends a f(wr-week 
■un Oct(rt)er 16 at the Wedgewood 
). mer-TlAeatre, Williamdbuig. 
Wedgewood wUl open its Wintw 
ajon on October 20 with Law- 
ice R<Hnan's zai^, fast-pa^ 
j.iedy "Under the Yum-Yum 
.ree" 
Being returned to the Wedp- 
od stage by po{wlar demand, 
Yum-Yum" features Paul I** 
.gs recreattaig his role as a 
acherous landloard who willingly 
dertakes the task dl sohrhig ttw 
rjblems of his female tenants. 
Giving tfe conaedy rerun a new 
lock wUL be Sandra McClung ap 
rearing as Robin Austin, a bouocy 
biology major with an eye to set- 
ting up a platonlc live-tc^iha- 
^rrai^ement to test her knee's 
•spiritual and Intellectural com- 
patibility. 

Vpe daject of her affection Is 
Wve Manning, a San Francisco 
lawyer afflicted with an oppres- 
sive sense of ethics, to be played 
by Wet^ewood regular I^w^y 
3(tB.ts, 

Opening night is sold mit, widi 
good seats still available for dw 
remaindw of the run through 
November 13. 

Wedgewood plays Wednesday 
through Saturday during the 
winter with a matinee m Satur- 
day. -^ 

For rMBTvations call Toano 
546-32M or write P. 0. Box 242 
Williamsburg, Virginia. 





And the Word became flesK, 
and dwelt among n»— -(J^ia 
1:14) — ^ ^^— ^ • 

Lohl CSirisl, here Is oor 
mind. We open wide our minda 
to yon. Think through our 
jttind your holy thoughts. Lord 
Christ, fill our minds with 
light Lord here are our eyes,! 
ears, voice, heart, -hands and' 
flesh. Shine in all Thy glory! 
thnmgh ttem, ^at all may see' 
Thy presence in ns. Lord 
Christ, take complete possess 
sion of all our heing. 



Viry IfWlMt, WM«1MicMck 
btlonp to a rtraiR of Mw HMfMra 
f ovrt hi iiMcli flwicular dyitnpiqr ip^ 
psars M an Inhoritid chuactiristie. 
Laboratory stwRn of At sMta an 
yisMIng t>rictlm Monnitfoii to id- 
•atis^-tafonnation iMeh imy fvon- 
hiilly Ittd to thi cooquoft <* ooa Of 
tht most ^i|ie dltoaMS Mown to 
in8nUiid...Ptost wpport tho jaoo- 
sivt sciwtHle attock on dyitniiliy 
and roMid Atordors by oonlrii^ 

to ft* MAid MMBr 
MUSCUUR lYIfNnf 

17M ImiiV, NwToik, KT^IIIII 



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what nay be iwaeisaiy to protect 
her hto«st to Ats siA. 
A eopy-^T^t 

jom V. nsntesp. dark. 

By: Mary M. WUtt, D.C. 
"rttik E. Butkr, m, p.q. 
leach Iheatre MUng 
Virginia Beach, Vta^hiia 

10-1441 



(X)MMONWEALTH (Mr VIRGINIA 

la te dcrk'a OfOee of the 
OksM Ct«« af tka CIfy of Vb^ 
ttada Beach, oa (lie Uth day •! 




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Older e< PHbttcaMoB 

COMMONWEALIH OF 

vmoiMA 

Fl^tiff, 
agatatst 
ROOSEVELT MABSRMAN. 

defendant. 
Hm object ai this suit is for ttw 
def aidant, Rooseveh Marshman to 
^ow caOw vdiy die said' 1968 
Pontiac wtoo^Oe, Bfotcx- No, 
F7SfiI-73797, shouki not be coo- 



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made and fllod th« the dataABt 
h a n(MH«sideift of the jMite df 
Virginia, tiie last known poMf- 
Ikt addr^ beh«: Pott OAw 
Box 871, Cut Bank, MoatoBa, 
ft is ordo^ diit Aedo iVpMf 
^e widiin ten (HI days tA^ 
due {wblication hmd, wd do 
what may be ne<»lsry l» jfotoct 
hw inters to this suit. 

A copy-T^rte: 

JOHN V, rwrfBESS, Oark. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
iheodore A. Boyce. p.q. 
106 N. Plau Trail 
Virgil BeMh. Virghda 

10-14-41 



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KliPnoMiiTWEEN 
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mxm OF coMmAMD held 



.mRFOL^ - At tee e'dock 
Mmfa^ moidng die dev<^i <rf 
CN«teb«', Otemsanda* Ben^in 
H.^ l^CMn relteved C(Kmnandor 
Kenneth H. Lyms as Command- 
tog Offieer <k Cairitf AntiAd>- 
martte Air Group Fl^-Six 
<CVSG46). Ihe traditbnal change 
of Qommand eawaaaf was bdd 
to hai^ar IP43. Naval Ab 
StotioD, Nwfolk. ^ 

CVBGr56 is made up <^ Heli- 
'l^i^ter AntisubmrniiM Squadrtm 
THREE. (nS-3) and Air Antlrab- 
md Twefl^-Seven (\^24 and V$- 
37). The mtesimi of CVS&S6 is 
to aU to pre\%ntsig the SKmy 
fran efieptive use <^ aAsharines 
dui^ thne d war and to maln- 
tata dionsdves to a hl^ stote 
d Ba^ RN^i^s in thm of 
p^Kse. Toward idils «id the^ots 
and air-<3«wnien of the Ah- Group 
trato coQStairtly. HS-3 flies its 
mv&*am mtM^ SH4A Hdi- 
cis0m appnniDial^ ^ hundred 
ttd aew^^five haul per mm^ 
tM d»,,t»o VS sqaadrons fly 
tfieir Grananao Sffi tkataR ap 
practa^f^ m hmn eadi per 

Ganmaote- Lyons amsmd 
o^tmoA d CVBG-m to October 
d 1964. DwN( hte pm CVS&BB, 
d^^li^idMMrd die USS brtrepid 
(C<im-U). ma tlw AotMmariM 
W^m "A" award ttr ««!• 
ta^^l^ wm tfw BatOe Read!- 
wm Bx^M^ Award, flie 
MMtod n^ *%" wWA k giviBO 
^^^dm W a^itaw. 
Kr a rtost fUM eoBsecog w 
^^hI «feE7 W« ^ CaoHMd- 
V%ll§ftMa AdsMe float 



Aviation Safety Award. 

Fran here Cdsranfflider Lyons 
wQl go to NewpcRl, Rhode Island 
as a member of the staff of the 
Naval War College. 

Commando* Macon began his 
Naval Care«r to 1942 and served 
b die Soutb-Eastero Pacific dur- 
ing die war. Stooe the end of 
World War n he has served in 
Antisilunarhie Warfare Patrol 
sqpiadrMiis to hdh the Atlantic 
and die Pacific, as ««I1 as spend- 
to^ a tour to Kodiak. Alaska. 
Next duty as a fli^t insb-uctM* 
to die Advanc«i Ttaining Oim- 
mai^ at Onpus diristi, Texas. 
He was thaei sdected to attend 
Tulane University am! after tiiat 
the Naval War Cdlege to New- 
pw<,.ia»d^ Idand. He ne« found 
himself with die cfwomissiontog 
o-ew d the USS hid^endence 
(CVA-«2). He was tiien assigned 
to VS-28 d which he wrved as 
Conaiiandii^ Officor frtnn May 
1963 ujrtO Aine 1964. He was next 
assigned to die hidu^al Col- 
kge of the Armed Forces in 
Waidifaigton^ D.C. «d .while Uiere 
he obtained a BacNor of Art^ 
Degree from George Washtogton 
tJnlvereity. He recently completed 
an bKloctrination course at Com- 
mand Carrier Antisubmarine 
Air Group Fifty in Key West, 
Florida fa prqMuatitwQ Cw his up- 
coming ri^A^iRWitf. 

CoaamBS^er Macm Is married 
to die former ^pmrtla McCorkle 
ol I^Oas, Texas, tbt Macons and 
tMf dughto-, &B^i^ teside at 
Mi'ttv^ Lans,"UlKe Shores, 



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There's a stnio of seetirlfy 
to thekhowltdgo that you 
hov* purchased o product 
which bears a recognized 
trad* name. The manufac- 
turer has a iwpuhition for 
dependability ond for qual- 
ity products. 

You take a drance when 
you turn to an "unknown". 
In the long roA, It could 
cost more than the few pen- 
nies you save. 

When yoo boy something 
trther than a specific pro- 
duct, 'say, for inifonce, d 
service for your home or bus- 



iness, you can lake o dionoo 
here, too. But, it isn't necM- 
sory. Not if you ghfo your 
business to a reputable, •§• 
tabiished, local businessmoii 
or service company. 

Foll(s who do bmfness 
locally, whether they seH or 
provide a service, build their 
buiiniess on a record of do- 
pendobility and cuslomw 
satisfaction. 

So, whotevm' your need^ 
look first to the loccri busi- 
ness community. You'll ol« 
ways be glad you did. 



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And TcS'Get The Mpst For Your Money, 
Shop The Merchants Who Advertise In The 

VIRGINIA BEAGH SUN 



• ILEGAl MOT<CES 

GOMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In tte Cleric's Office of the Cir- 
cuK Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, cm the 6th day of October, 
1965. ' 

Order of PubUcathn 

JESSE JAMES HARDY, 
Plaintiff, agatort 

ANGELINA M. H^Y. 
Defendant. 

The object d this sidt is to (^ 
tain a divorce a vimmb matrimonii 
from the said (kfoidant, upon 
the grounds of separi^on for a 
period in excess of two years. 

And an affkiavit havmg been 
made and filed that the defmdant 
is a non-resident d the State of 
Virginia, the last known p(»t of- 
fice address betog: 20 Easbn Ave- 
nue, Fall River, Ma^apiwietts, 
it is ordered that ^e do apjpew 
here widito toi xdO) di^s after 
due publicatkin toereol, «ad <k> 
what may be necosary to protect 
her interest m this suit. 

A copy— TMte: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Cktk. 

By: Mary M. White. D.C. 
Steingold, Steingold & (3»vitz, p.q. 
Tbwn Point Building 
Norfolk, Virgtoia- 

10-1441 



^mned and add to edorce for- 
feitore, as provided for by Sec- 
tions 46.1-3SL1 add 46.1-^1.2 
die Code of Virginia I960 >s 
amended. And an affvlavit having 
been ma^ and filed diat die de- 
ieodtfit Kooaevdt Mardunan is 
not a reskient of Uie Stale of Vir- 
gtaia, H is ordered diat he do 
appear here within 10 days after 
(hw publication ho'eof, and do 
whiA may ^ necessary to laotect 
his totoert hi Uiis wit 

A Copy— Teste: 
» JOHN J. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: Richard R. Garriott, D.C. 
Robert Lee Sin^MKm 

— ' ,, -# 1 , . .. « — 

COMMCHirtfEALtH OF VOUHNIA 

la die Circuit Cewt of die Ctty 
ef VirglBia Beach. 

AT LAW 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGIMA 
ComplatoMl ^ 

vs. ' ~ " 

1865 PONTIAC 
Motor No. F756H-73797 
ROOSEVELT MARSHMAN, et ala 
defoidants 

- ~ Orda- d Publicati<«" 

Ibe di>ject of this wit is for the 
deloidant, Roosevelt Marshman, 
to idiow cause why die said 1965 
IMiac shouM wA be omdemned 
and sold to enforce forfeiture, as 
provided for by Sections 46.1-%i.l 
and 46.1-351.2 of the Code d Vir- 
ginia 1960 as amended. 

An affidavit having been made 
ttiat the address of the defendant, 
Roosevelt Marshman, is unknown 
and tiiat due dillgoice has beoi 
used to ascertato his whereabouts, 
widKMit effect; tiiat tiie sakl de- 
fendant's last known address was 
1062 Long Street, Vfarginia Beach, 
\nrgtoia, ami tiiat process was 
directed to the City Sergeant of 
tile City of Vhrginia Beadi more 
tiian ten (10) days before the i^ 
tur^ day and has not be«t ex- 
eeirted. 

It is CmDERED tiiat die de- 
fendant do appear wltiita ttti (10) 
days after due publication hereof 
and do what is necessary to pro- 
tect his unrest. 

It is further ORDERED that 
this notice be published in the 
Vfaginia Beach Sun, a newspi^jer 
havmg a goseral circulation in 
tiie City of Virginia Beach, Vir-r 
ginia, once a wedc toe two con- 
secutive weeks. , 

A Copy— Teste 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By Richard R. Garriott, D.C. 
Robert Lee Simpson 
Beach l^ieati-e Bldg. 
Vuginia Beach, Virgfaiia 

10-14^ 



COMBIONWEALra OF VROINIA' 

In tiie Cterk's Office of die Cir- 
cuit Court of die City of Vhfbda 
Beadi, on tiie Ttii day of October, 
1965. 

Older of PiibUcayMi 
OTIS MARSHALL DODDS, 

Plaintiff, agaiiHt 
REBECCA ANN KIRKMAN 

DODI^, Ddoidant. 
The object (tf diis suit b to d)- 



Aad m tUUmk htdog beeA 
made led AM VMt tbe drfiadani 
is net • aMMt of «• State el 
Vta#^ ie JM kuMni port fl% 
floe adiNiB bdng no Mdi Slr«b 
Saa rtm^KO, C^Msn^ tt H 
oitfand dud dw do appear ban 
witiiin IS (tao) dajw alter dna 
pubUcation hc^.- an d do J **t 
amy be naeaail^ Is pMaat hiir 
•Mertit tai ddi Adt 

A a^gMParta : 

mm V. wmmfSB, ovk 

Bv: J. CortiB ntdt, D.C. 
Mr. William B. Otdeea. Jr., {Ml- 
972 LMidB tUad 
Virgioia Beaefa, Vlrgiida 

VM4k 



coAoumwEALTfl or TDuamA 

In die deric's Office of die Ch«- 
Oitt Court of Ibe C^ of ^|taia 
Beach, on die SOdi day of Sep- 
tendier, 198S. 

Older eiPahMtfiHBo 
„ LECI«A Wmcm LAWTOM, 
Plak^, apiift 
HERMAN LAWTON. SR., J 
DilHidant. 



■me object ot«^suii« to OD- ^le object of dils salt Is to ob- 
tain a divorce ^i^lfensa ?t tiioro| ^^ ^ ^^^^^^ ^ ^^^^^ ^^ 
to be later merged into a dwra-ce 
.^ inculo matpmonii from the 
said defendant, i^n tiie groimds 



of desertion 

And an afOiavit havtog beeii 
made and filed diat die ddendant 
is a Don-reiident of tiie State of 
Virginia, tiie last known -post d- 
fice addr^s being: 722 S. Elam 
Ave., Greoi^ioro, Sorih Carolina, 
it is (Mrdered tiiat she do ai^iear 
here witiito t^ (10) days after 
due puUication hereof, saA do 
^ndiirt may be iwcessary. to protect 
her toterest to this wit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 

By: J. OffUs Fruit, D.C 
Ge(^ge F. Dardoi, Jr., p.q. / 
303 aotii Sti-eet 
Virginia Beadi, Vu-gbiia ' " 

».i4-4t 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

to tiie Clerk's Offk:e of tiie Cir- 
cuit Court of tiie City d Virginia 
Beach, on tiie Stii day of Octdiier, 
1966. «_ 

Order of Fobiteatlon 
BETTY JONES THOMPSON. 
Plainti^, against 



KENNETH W. THOMPSON, 
Defmdai^ '^^ ^ 

The (4>ject of this suit is to de- 
tain a divorce a niensa"*et tiiwro 
to be later mo-ged uto a divorce 
a vmculo matrtoiusiii from the 
said defendant, up(Hi tiie grounds 
of desertira. 

And an affidavit havtog been 
made and filed tiiat tiie d^endant 
is a n(»i-resid«it d the State of 
Vfrgtaia, tl» last known post of- 
fice address being: Route 3, Box 
213. Smithfield, North Cardina, 
it is ordered tiiat he do ai^war 
hwe witiim tai (lO) days after 
due publication hereof, ahd do 
what may be necessary to protect 
his toterest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Cleric 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Brydges k Broyles, p.q. 
13^ Laddn Ro|td 
Virginia Beach, Virgtoia 

lO-l^t 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

:'s Office (^ die Cbv 
of tiie dty of Virgtoia 
die ^ day of October. 



/ 



NOTICE 




1965. 



Ord«r of PriUicatkw 

WIUJAM JACKSON OGLE, 
Plaintiff, aga^rt 

MARGARET MUWELL AN- 
DERSON OGLE. Defendant 

^e d3ject ftf dds wit is to di>- 
tato a divorce bom bed and board 
to be I^er moged into a divorce 
a vincukt matrimcmii from the 
said detaidant, upon tte groimds 
of desertiwi. ' 

And an affkiavit havtog been 
m£Kie and filed tiiat tiie defendant 
is a ncn-reddent of the State of 
Vh^faiia. the last known post d- 
fice adth-ess betog: 1385 Park- 
land Drive, Moni^iis, T B imesa e e, 
it is (udered that ^ da ai^Mr 
here wMhi tan (IW 4t^ efler 
due pubttcatiali hmd, and do 



Take notice tiiat cm October 29, 
1965. at 10:00 a.m. at Hcdt Buick, 
Inc., ITtii Street Extended, Virgin- 
ia Beach, Vu-ginia, we shall ex- 
pose to sale, one 1963 Chev Cor- 
vafar, serial number 30927W112848, 
idled anj rqwssessed fitmi Albert 
W. McCardiy, 671 Kirkwood Ume, 
Vh^a BeMh, Virginia, by virtue 
d the breadi of a cortam condi- 
tional sales contract, dated May 
21, 1964, to pursuance of die Uni- 
form Sides Act of Vli^itada, Twnu 
Cash. 10-14-H 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

In ttie Clerk's Offkie of tiie Cir- 
cuit Court of tiie City of Vh^finia 
Beadi, on tiie 4tii day of Octc*«, 
1965. 

Ordw d PabUcatk« 

CAROL JOYCE FRANZONE, 
Platotiff, against 

DOMINIC FRANZONE, 
Delenduit. 

The object of tiiis suit is to ob- 
tato a divorce a vincuto matrimcmii 
from the said defendant, upon tiic 
grounds of desertion for more than 
a period of one year. 

And an affidavit havmg been 
made and filed tiiat tiie defendaiH 
is a non-resident of the Stote of 
Virginia, tiie last known post office 
address being: General Delivery, 
Cleveland, (*io, it is ordered ti»at 
he do appear here withto t(9i (10) 
days after due publication h»eoI, 
and do what may be necesary 
to protect his interest to this wit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTOISS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Fred W. RkAter, p.q. 
LawBuikiing 
Norfolk, Virginia . 

10-7-41 



monii from die said defoidant, • 

upon die grounds of wilfiil and 

unlawM dewrtion and aban^n- 

ment for a parted d more dian 

<aie yettr. 

And an aSBdatit bandng been 
made and filed diat die defendant 
Is a non-rerident of tfie Stote of 
Vurgtoia. (he last kaomi post <^- " 
fk» address beb« 1706 Rhodes ' 
Avenue. Chesapeake, Vfrgfaia, tiiat 
iae cUigeioe has been used on 
die part of tbe conplaimuit to as- 
cetata in what coi^ or corpora- 
tion the iVffenAnt is without effort, 
it is ordered di^ he do appear 
here wMdn ten (10) days after 
due puMkatkn hereof, and do 
wh^ may be necessary to laro- 
t«^ his tafcarest to tiiis suit. ,^^ 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, OeilF-s^ 

Bv: J. Cuftis rruit, D.C. 
J. HuiN) Madison. p.f, 

lOlTChurdi Street . 

Norfo&, mndebi 

^""^^ C^-tifleate d~ 

Fnuik E. BiMer. m. EsrhMtor 
. far the Oty el Vlntlria Bea^__ 
fH RE: ESTATE OF BBRIBA 
. HADIEY Bmmoti. deceased 
ICBRTIFICATE -^— ^ 
iWs is to cwtffy tiiat on S^item- 
ber 14. 1965. at 10:00 A M. to tiie 
Cirwdt Court of die Qtv oi Vit^nia 
Beach, Mlrghda, an inouest was 
held to det«mtoe if a certain niece 
or pared of land had escheated to 
die Commonwealth of Virginia. "Hie 
verdict at said inquest was thnt the , 
following TMil propw^ had es- 
cheated to tiie Canmonwpaitii of 
Vireinia from the estate of Bertiia 
Hadley Robinsm deceased): 

Lot and Dwdltog located at !)07 
22nd Street. Vi^ia Beach. Vir- 
sfaiia, also known as All that cer- 
tato k)t, piece or parcel of land 
with tile buildtags and improve- 
meirts tiierewi, and the aopurten- 
eiKes tfaenunto belondnc; situate 
to die Giy of \ruginia Beach, Vir- 
gbua andJcnown, numbered and 
designated as Lot Number seven 
(7) to rtodt Nun*er fifty-ttu-ee 
(53) d Plat Number sfac (6) of nart 
of the property of tiie Virginia 
Beach Develpment Company, 
which said Plat is duly of record 
to &6 derkis Office of die Circuit 
Oot^l d die Gty d Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. 

Witoes Ihe following sijmatiire 
and seal this 17di day of Septem- 
bo*, 1985. 
(Signed) FIraidc E. Butio-. HI 

, (SEAL) 

Fnsk E. Butier. Ill 
Escheatw for the City of 
Virgtoia Bewb 
Published Ity order of 
Randolph W. Church. State Li- 

brarton 
Under aidbority of Section 55- 
183 <tf die tbde of Vh^^nia 

9^34t 



/ 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

lit die deric's Office d the Cir- 
cuit Court of tiie City of Vfrgtaia 
Beadi, cm die 6th day of October-. 
1966. 

Order d PriUlcatiea 

MELVIN J. DQXEY, JR. 
Platotiff. against 

ZOE RITA DOXEY, Defendani 

tbe object of this suit is to ob- 
tahi a divorce a nmisa et ttoro 
to be later metg^ into a A^irce 
a i^nodo matrhimii finom Ibe 
add id^ndant, upni die ptunids 

-* tfl ■ iril II 11 

Of OBiornoA 
And m affidt^ pav^ beeq 



OmmONWEALIH OP VIRGINIA 

In die' deric's Office of die Cl^ 
edk Court of die City of Vhrgfada 
Beach, on die 1st day of October, 

vm. 

$rder ef PriiBeafliM 

CHARUS EDI^ARD LEE, 
FUAiff, a^Bim 

LaVERN BEVERLY USE. 
Defendant <? 

Ttie obj^ (tf tills soft is to ob> 
tato a ^orce a vtoculo matri- 
naanfl from die said defoidant, 
iqxm the ffaaoS$ of having Bfed 
separate mi apart i^ioirt oo- 
hiUtaUoB and witiMMt taterr^tlatt 



tar two y«BS next c r ee e ftig die 



COMM<mWEALTH (N^ VIRGINIA 

In the Cieik's dfice of the Cir- 
cuit Court ol the Cfiy d Virgtoia 
BeiK^. on t^ 20di dity of Septem- 
ber. 1986. 

>Orier of FnUlcattoB 

LLOYDE L KITCHEN. Platotiff, 
agatoat 

LOLTS L. KITCHEN. JR. De- 
feidant 
, Itie dbject of this suit is to ob- 
tain^ a divtffce a vtoculo matri- 
moidi hr«B die said def«idttit, 
upM die seoaab of desertton. 

•And an iffidavit havtog been 
made and filed duA Oe ddfoidant 
is a nan«8kleat of die State of 
Vi^jfada, die 1^ known post d- 
&M adchvBs being: 1¥6 Soring 
IQll Terrace, ^iffnto, Gewgia, it 
Is ordered that Iw ^ ifipear here 
withfa ten (10) days ^er due 
pidblka^km hereof, and^de wh^ 
noay l^a, necesioy to protect his 
taitoest ta'diis suit t 

A cwy— TMte: 

^HN V, Fi2<«TRlSS, derk. 

By: Misy M. White, DC. 
Bry^es Ac Breves, p.q. 
vm Lulin Road 
Vlriote BeM^ 1^^ 

MMt 



I 



V 



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Tah0 Bo^ dMi mikMbm ». 
965, d »M MB. tt Satt BuU^, 
inc.. mk JtaMt ftrtMM. V^^ 
UpbeAift. V^l^, we iwi «|. 
pose to i^«, «K ^8S 9mm, 
serial nuinbtt- 4l^n5m071, 
ie!3^ and fipoiMised flm ttir- 
jaiti HriBi, CTI Iti»«r ftoad, Vu-- 
ginia BmA VtegWa. ty virtu* 
5f tiie fafMk « • Mrt^ amii^ 
UomI mSm «Mta«<^ 4iital UuA 
25^ IMS, in purwwoi ttf the Uni- 
fo^ Sales ^ of Vh-^nia. T^mi 
Cash. W-14-tt 



JiaiiM.ij£mQ|i 



tMt^^tat^iL 

tei. tt is fn-tfiM- 0HU^&D 
thM Us Ordw be purified OH^ 
• ve^ far four (4) Mo^aive 
vtdM n fte %^da Beadb Sm, 
a nmipiver printed md piMuhed 
inOi^orvir^iiaBeM:!!, and 
£irtotete in the aty of. VlrgU»> 

%: ilary M. VRte, D.C. 

M^rtOr aM ligG«*i 
MH&HtUMbOMekReid 

NorMk. ^nifbda 



In the Clerk's Offlcx of tt^ Cir- 
cuit Owrt o( th4 O^ ol Vlrgmia 
Bead) o rttae f^ diqr of Septem- 
ber, M85. 

THOMAS K. mmt 

aiKi 

CXJRINNE M. BURT 

1301 AuaiUB iwaa 

Virgioia Bead^, Vff|^ 
iQaai^aiiiaDte, 
vs. 

JAMES I. FISHEai 

Rome, Geoi^ 
t aiKi 

MIIiDREP F. FIBHEa 

Tudt^ee, AlflbWM. 
^..^^.^efendanta. 

6i4er of PnbUeatioD 

The object d tt« above st^ 
suit is to obtain the ^)ecific per- 
formaiKic rf a s«les contract dated 
May 6, 1965 b^veen lliomas E. 
Burt and Oorinne M. Airt, loMra 
as Buyws, and Jones I. Fisha: 
anl Mildred F. FTsho-, known as 
SeHers, wherdn tt was agreed that 
the Buyers wodd bi^ and the Sell- 
ers would sdl ffff tlM sum of Twoi- 
ty-Flve Tbnisaod' Dolkrs <|3S.0D0} 
certain propaty located in the City 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia. aiKi 
knowA is Lot Five Hunted ^Forty- 
Two (S42> on the plat d T^sna^i- 
good, and tfao kncwn as 1504 
Adans Rooi; it bemg the prayer 
of the Oon^lainants to have tl» 
Court direct the Defendants to ex- 
ecute a good and sufficient Gen- 
eral Warranty Deed conveying the 
above descrUied property to Uie 
ComplainaMs uptm tt% payment 
to the D^^idfflits of the sum of 
Twenty-Five Ilraifiand ($25,000) as 
called f<H- i^ said contract and 
that in the event the Defendants 
i^ould faQ to <Q^)*ar or answer 
^t the Omi a^pgomi a special 
^.fioinmisskuieLiQj execute, a D^ 
Iff jyudl of thr D^oidants con- 
vejSg thr said fKogvijif to tie 
Ccoi^lainaats. 

And, it. i^qprarii^ by AffJdailt 
filed accordh^; to law that James 
Irvii^ Faiier, and Mildred F. 
Fisher are not resident of this 
State. ' ' 

It is tha^ore ORDEIRED that 

the said James Irving Fisher and 

Mildred F. FisAier a{q)ear within 

LTen (10) days aft^ due puUi»- 

*tion of this (^r^ in the Cl«t's 

Office of mr said Circuit Court 



VmciNU: 

ts UK ajsucs oitke <mp 

TOE CIRCUIT COURT OF T^ 
OTY or VnUUNIA HEACH ON 
THE Htk DAY OF SEPTEMBlll. 



PBIUP M. WHTTEBEAD , 

JR.. «( d 

T!je object xjt this suit Is tir ^f^ 
feet partitkn amoi^ thfe owners 1^ 
s^ or ottie^iHse of real pn^>^ 
n the City of Vininia Beach. Vk- 
^da known sa tte "S^den Pro- 
poty," Btuated on ttw aorttieast 
VKnaet of Ae iotenecttm of Prto- 
(^a Arm Boad and Kempsvflte 
Bead dbo haown as SU4 Fiwen 
Amt Road, of i^ikdi Robert Ed- 
wed ^)tehe^ (^d seiMd and 
poaaessed. 

And on affidavit havi^ been 
ma^ and filed that Susan White- 
lK^%ar5, fonnerly Susan Kat- 
h^ WUtebead and Eliiabeth 
Wut^mrft pray, fcvmeriy Elisa- 
beth Pramels WMtdi^id, are nQt 
regi(knts of ttns ^ate. 

It is Oia)ERED that said nm- 
residflitts naos^: Suau WUkiie»i 
Byars, fomorl^ &a«n Katherine 
Whitehead, and Elizabeth WUte- 
head Gray, formerly EiaAe^ 
Frances Whttehead. do app^sr 
within tffl days aitet chw piiilics- 
tion of this or^ and do what is 
Necessary to protect their Merests. 

It is FURTHER (MISSED that 
the foregoing portion of this Order 
be piiMi^ied once a week for four 
successive vetks in the Virginian 
Pilot, a newspaper pdilished in the 
City of Nwfolk, Virginia, and the 
Vh^a Beadi Sm, a oempafa 
pid>lidied n the aty of Virgtoia 
BeMh, Virginia. 

joati V. fenthiss. deiic. 

%: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C.. 
Philip P .PuntagtoB, *. 
R>ttrd of tr^ BuihSsg 
Moflok.«VkgWS « - . 

. . M04t 



hav^^^Mi^0» fipt^ «i 

fl te ^pit k An Mim of the 
aidd Ml«» file n^ep^iad iriB # 
tm # rilk A pMfe aaetlot, %$ 
ttie U^eit hWdir, Mr am, at Ac 
to ttie (A^yft <^iirta 
rf fhe (^ ef Viiidria 
Bm/h, Vta^ji, oa M»^. Oc- 
tillff S. Mi,^ M:» II. H., the 

ti^ft^^M^^^9 J^b^tf^i^k^riS VH^HlMK'tV* 

AE ttet GOtalB kit. pk» or p«r- 
o^o^taMd. toother 1^ Om ^ 
prfvemoti ttoem and ttw ^ 
pistMUffloei ttweoat^ l>#"^"g , 
^rtag. ittBate and b^ It «» <% 
of Vin^ria Bea(A. tem^ m 
KerapwOe l&gis«sM DliMet to 
Prk^Anii Oaaty..W^ite. 
*d de^{iafted and deKrlbed on a 
ceiiafei jM w mn^ fitted. 
"SiixBvlskn of Aragona Villap. 
Sectioe 1. I^rkx^i Ame Oointy. 
^ginla." • dated Juae.-M6S. and 
made by.Fn^ D. Tut^, Jr , k 
AModates, ^rveyera aid ^>- 
^neert. which p^ is ^ of rec- 
eud to the (^k's ^j^ce of te 
CkoM QoariJd VJrgint* Bweh. 



• leiALNonai 



m^ 



mn NKxfeRsem. w- 



fte ^^ of tiUs wtt ia to flb 
taiD a Atwee a meoM A thoro 
to be brtw nwpsd Mo a Avtir» 
a i^cittB MRitooid from ttit^nM 
drtMdtttt. 1^ ttie frainds of de> 
sbqoil 

A^ Ai itffi^nit havtaig ten 
nade and ffled that ihe Mtftoot 
H « iMHKiMiBt «f tha SWto H 
Vh^ria, the iMt taamn past of- 
fice addreai/be^: MM mm 
Stre^ Itanri^ T e nmsaen, k U 
Mda«d that 1^ do anwar here 
wMhto ten (10) days aAer 6at pift>- 
UdMoR hereof, nd do what may 
be MC«mry to jmktfA her Ms> 
eit to ttiis Mdt 

A <^y— T^Mte: 

JOHN V. TESmOiSS, OeriE. 

^ J. Cortto Ft^ D.C 
ftydgM ft ftt^lea, p.% 
IM Twthi Bead 
VkgiDia Beach. Viigtoia 



VIrglnIt Bwdi SUN^Thursdty, October 14, 1965 



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TRUSTEX'S SALE 

In execution (^ the deed (^ trust 
fitKn Melvin Harward Lewis and 
Sarah P. Lewis, husband and wtfe, 
dated Odnber 19, 1956, recorded 
in the a»k's Office of the Cfrcuit 
Court (rf the City of Vkginia 
Beadi, Vli^inia. in Deed Book 474 
i^ jege 44, the un^^^ned having 
been ^signatod as SdMituted 
■nnirtee in accordance with ttie 
tem;is of add deed of tnot by an 
instnnnent duly recopdwi to Uie 
and do whirt is n«:e^aiy to pro- aforesaM Oat's (^w; defalk 



VirgWa, U Map Book 40 at ptfl 
27 aod daiffiatod ffid deieifted 
00 mM plat as L(^ Nuxrioier 6 in 
Nock *'!;" reference to whidi plat 
is he^y irade ^ a man parti- 
cular deacr^ptton of lakl kit. 

TETOklS: Cob. The lORessfd 
bidder wiD be retired to dq)asit a 
BiiBlnvBn of $80.00 at ttie tone 
ttie {osperty te a^ i^ i^Ble- 
mest to be made wWda If dagrt 
tiiereafttf . 
Sribiell White, Sub^tute . 
Trustee, 803 Plaza One, 
^kxfo]k, Vir^nia 09-5301. 

OniMONWEALTH fff* VOMBOA 

In ^ Clerk's Ottoe of the Ci^ 
cott Cburt of the G^^ Vii^nia 
Batch, on the ISth di^ of Septem- 
ber, 1965. 

OtaA* 'Of PnUtoaHM 

ROBESIT LEE HILL, matatiff, 
against 

BETTV JO HILL, Defoxtont. 

"Hie efcjet^ d this suit is to <^ 
tain a (Uvorce a m«ua et Hwro 
to be U^ merged tato a (fivorce 
a vinculo matrimonii, fnxn the 
said. defendant, upui the grounds 
of desertion and abandaoraei^ 

And an aflldwit YiS^*^mm 
nuife^d filed that the ^def ^ndant 
is a n»i-reridait of Ae ^te ol 
Vii^inia, the last known post rf- 
fice addreas bdng: MM Court 
Stre^. Alameda, CaUfornia, U is 
wderaid tbM ^ do B^^va ^re 
w^ ten \m %i after due 
pdi>lk*ati(»i hereof, ami do what 
wss be neoBiKary to |»«tect her 
inta-ert in iUs suit 

A cofy— Teate; 

J(MN V. FENTRES% Oerk. 

^: Mary M. WUte. D.C 
Lowdl K. Claik, p.^. 
saOO Vhpnia Beadi ffi^ 
Virginia Be«d. Vlq^da 



^NNOUNCEAil&ITS 



10 SfMcial NoHcM 



wmm,\ 

aNib-acton.4 Home Mldan- 
Lot oi hdp you «Wi tkal nw 
heme - adffittoos - or report. 
We can funridi materials firom 
iMMemott to amc md aid yon to 

Awie: Kdlm k EiMni, Ibc 
(1) m-wsk 

«M980 



tfia 



^«CH/NN0fSE 



Vw AiVltiMi Por Sritt 



ANY PERSON witnraaing an w- 
tomobOe acckl^t at the iittersec- 
tkn of'f^iriPA Baidi ttvd. and 
FlMi Trail, Vlrginto Btadi. &tt^ 
u^^. 'S^>tember 4. 1965, about 
H AJi. tov^vtog a qjorlKffi- (TR- 
4) iiid a tdack Ford, please call 
Wk MOm « «rlto tlM Virgtada 
Beach Sun, Box No. 138. 



LOBE WEIGHT safdy With D«e- 
A-Diet taWrts. Only 186 at yoOT 

wssmhumfnoH pcmjcy - 

ittoed r«pr&is of ^ or exis^ 
teg 4^edic eoailkn. No walttag 
period normd flneas or acckleoli. 
Phoae MA %ma. 10-7-<B 

AUtOMOTIVE 



mm Am beeair- sobk^ 

Phpnbh^ — • HWt ttf^ 

ia«ctrical - Air Coodfttootog 

HUNCESS ANNE PLtillBING 

AND EUSCnUCAL 

SUPPLIERS. INC. 

Fboae 4a»M0 

U-Mfta 

EAMIOYA/^ENT 



SNG^ ZIG-ZAQ. 66 UCSmU 
<IUMlAm^a>-Tdie wm htl- 
•Me 1*7.10 or $IM pa- ^imA. 
Od Qrvdit DepttHact, flsvard 
Sm^ Ceiitor, mk4ni, ^»M 



mHTM. ^4. i^Afi I mifML mk mm 



MttowiMi •Mda 



Tot tbb flaait te^n% t^hcdiAff- 
tag and fifiiriil^ call 488- 
tm. nttef Upholstoring Co.. 
MSI mn^ Beach Boulevud. 
Trm aittmrtaa t^-up aod de- 
Wmf. Niw Mid ttNiS tomtoire 



111 Ayailp awto fowi^toi 

FOR RENt: Itod^ii Funyiad 
/^MTttnert. Gas Heii, 1^ 9ftr 
mootti October 1st ttvMigh May 
3lat. hone 488'7SM. f^^ 



«Be and two Mrwm loMM 
I^VtoMOs. Year taMi && 
IIM9I4 or laMim. 



ptmmm GAmm^ - »m 

^each and btf^. im i«il tor 1^ 
per flMnA or wA A^ lOQO aM 
M^me p flnl aaiii of US f«r 
m«^ Owner «a MP flanei. 
CaU 340-1444 aayttaie M-Mlfei 



vmmmi^ Qutm k$tmm. 

UvliM! room, S bedraeaB, Mtdlm 
ud baft. Vat« totiilwd. |^ a 
month yeifffy. AvalUbie Septom- 
be- Ut Ofl 48M4S. k-m^ 



.. I II -i .- . . ..,■-- 

«WAL WEAL ESTATE 

dlMiaii— ■» mi i i 



1O0IIO(MASFQRR»IT 



40 H«ip W 



mat* 



ao Auto»w«bH»« For Sato 

ltS6 ^atton wa^ — Pontlac. 
Good c<mditk>n. Wh^. One corn- 
er. 60,000 mi^. Lodes good. $480.- 
00 DeHart1::<M«t Corp. 317 Gr^ 
Heck Raod. 10-14-11 



>- 



Convertable 1956 Ford V-8. $210 
Excelknt H»Aanical condition. 
Good tires. See at Wilson's Suno- 
co StatioB. 84» Laston Road. 

10-144Eti 



American Canco- Society. Vfa^toto 
fi^ch Unit needs exeoitive see- 
retuy to maiirtain <^ce and <«■- 
ganoe pro^antt. Typng re<p]ked, 
ah«thand not ess«itial. Must be 
pcammeiA r^deiM. CaU 48M151 
b^weea to ttd 3 pjn., Mtnday - 
Fr^ay. lO-14-lt 



itoom far mt. Yout^ man to 
elMfe hMM. AH pHvil^M. $12.30 
per iraak. Ml Artie Avenue. 4» 
1817. 10-144to 



101 fteoma HftnMd 



Lady desires a raa room apart- 
oKnt Beadi area. Reasonable 
rait. Call ^7726. 10-14-U 

no Apa r tm owH Utifufn. 



SEAlilSTia:^ far womeD's di^ 
tag. Must be aq^erieoced. CaO S4ft> 
4011 M>.7-at 



S^AMSnffiSS - Men's ebthing 
&xt. FuQ time. Hours and salary 
^adiMi jf appointmoit CaU 
4I^7« MM-t-p 



OCEANA— Nice unfurnished apart- 
ment. Stove ami refrigerator. Im- 
BKdtote pMS^cm. Cidl ti8-2890. 

10-14-lt 



UVING ROCM. MOTERN KITtai- 
E24 AND BATO. MONTHLY OR 
YEARLY IffiNTAL. 6 BLOCKS 
FROM OCEAN. CONVENIENT 
TO FT. STORY AND OCEANA 
N.A.& CAlli S87-fl7«. IF NO AN- 
SmR CALL BAQC IN MORN- 
ING, •^te 



ISM. CSTAH FOR WM 



Mi^a* 



FURNISHED apertm^ mm tot 
rent Year round rate. Hei^ wd 
wator furnished. Also winter rate 
for wwkers and tea(A»v. CaU 
H. G. Moore. Jarvis k fOh^ea, 
428-7755. , 8-tt tfn 

- --" -fc ^ 



a BEDROOMS, living room, dining 
room, kkdioi. bath, first flow, 
yard. Ctmvaiient to shopping. Rea- 
sonable yearly reital. PhcMie own- 
er - 4384018 or 428-2143. »^04fn 



BL^>JESS SERVICES 




COMMONWEALTH «F VOtCaNM 

In the Ottrk's Ofike of the Or- 
cidt Court of the aty of Virginia 
Beach, on tfie 1!^ Iiqr of Septem- 
ber, ISK. 

Older efPriHtoataa 

FhAmi B. NICKERSON, Bdo- 



VACDUM CLEAN^S — HooW, 
%ies,aad aervtof. Prompt tf- 
fldent reprira. Pk* up »bAU- 
]Hery. Ptoa «M«. Fuel 

~ " toe. 

tfB 



Feed k Bofidtag 9m^u, 



31 JuiMHtfl— ^>*rf»<fl 



We ipedtf* to Vbhea cabta^ 
iHiBe ImproveraeBts and 09 
type «l ifaap work. CaU Poqffa- 
ran Mil Work at 3608 Sooth 
l^ta*wiB Rtoii. iiMaM or 3I8- 



PLENTY of business! ExceUent 
qiqp<niunity. Hl# cmunissinn. Bo- 
nus ^m and other incentives Li- 
eeoaed or unUc^i^ -will tra*a 
Part time — toD tbne. Lyimnav^i 

Ot^ngr and VbtN> ^^^ ^'^*' 
See Jade Cross, Oitt^ss Real 
Estate Co., 2906 Shwe IMve. 4M^ 
$SBi. 9-2-tfn 

1'' 
41 Help Wantad— Male 

PLENTY (rf Iwdaess! ExceHert 
oniortunity. Hi^ connnissicuL Bo- 
nus {dan and other inoeiithws. Li- 
ceaied w inUoeised— «fll trato. 
Part time - full ttase. iyrahavea 
Cotony and Vhrglnto Beach Area. 
See Jack Croas. Compass Real 
Estate Cq^ Wk Shore Drhre. 464- 
3563. ^I4bk 



APARTIffiNTS — Furoidied « 
intfumliied. Yearly or seasonal 
Cooper Realty. 206 Sth Street,^ 
428-13K. Nighto 488^833. ' 

S-a-tfn 



Au^to's Court Motel 
206 - 19th Street. E^dexgr 
apartments. AU utflMea ka- 
niaiwd. Abo. ^wm apartnaent 
and fumi^ied rooms. Bkick 
frun Bus ^aUoa By wedc or 
mo^ f. 



Living room, bednxon, kKdim. 
baUi. Convenient to idiof^tog, 
churd^s, laundromat. Very 
reascmabte yearly lentel Pacific 
Avenue. Phone ownw 438-S016 
or 428-2143. 

, 7-«Mfa 



Vg^GINIA 

bfflfiiood ieitf- CavaBer HiOt 

^QOKia^ Twmaswmwk 

^te roof, to beattM iMMli, iRto 
4 becfa^ooms, 2^ bate, fNMtor hd. 
Under $10,008. CaB m^m Pradc 

Atkinson Re^ Estate. S4lfa k A(- 
lairtto Ave., Vir^nto BeadL 

BACK BAY SECnCM« - Oim 
M^ 16mA ttMX Charity CSsffch. 
I^w 3 bedbroom, l^^ Mk hem* 
OB m acre sMe. Price ^4,80. 

ix»ax)N BiuDGn nom. Not- 

ti^^um Estates. New bride 
homes. 3 bedroom. 1^ bath, ctty 
wMer. Gqod ftondi^. IW.900 to 

D#LEX: Gate«w)d Park. Lqd- 
(ktn Bridge. 2245 Potter Road 
Good r^ital pnqiety. Has tf by 
m' block buO<^ on f«ar «f hit 
Price $16,800. 

DUPLEX: 2251 Wolf Kreel, Lon- 
6m Bridge. R«J nice Wdt on 
wooded lot. Electric heat, buffi to 
ranges. FHA. apjwtdsed, %Vim. 
Mr. Ddlart 340«»1 - S4Mm 
34H31L ^%^n 



Needed — 3 mat tomdiat^ fm 
manager tratoee prt^antL Muft 
be f^teotlra and cveer mta^d. 

Ca&4»«Mi. 

11-19 tb 



ALTiRAtlOm-R9AmS 

i I 11 I 1 

ADbmONS, ALteRATIONS - 
Iteplactog fkxar joists and sills, 
pordies and i^ps. Leave smir 
building i»oblem8 to us. Sctow, 
20 yeara txp&watx. Thank you. 
B. F. BeU, Jr. Uk 2-8396. &'1»^ 



WAim AND ^3NS 
Buttdlng Mid ftoinedelNi9 

We wiU build your Aream home 
or mal» your pres^ one a 
dream to live to. Baidc financ- 
ing. Dial 587^410 aiiytime. 

8-»tfn 



GENERAL <X>N1SACTING 

^1 types of hone improvem«its 
k remodeling. Heattog r^>aii^ 
and instaUatktns. MX. WORK^ 
GUARANTEED. Bank ftaaadng 
Call Mr. Stanam, 197-7561 or 627- 
9543. '8-M 

ADDITIONS - Aluminum siding 
fiberglass, stone, ac(Hi^ic»l tUe, 
fk»r cofveri^, aiqr type oonatnic- 
tkm; free animates. DmnJIiglA 
C(m^. Co. JU 3-2011; JU S-9SS6. 



ADDITIONS — Alteratkaffi, k^^ 
as ranodetod, nxrfing, gutters, 
sidii^, OMnmercial rei»irs. Deal 
OonstriKtion Cwnfteny. 543-1502 
after 5 pjn., 497- 

HOME tor^ratrements dtaB ktods. 
We do ew wafciOBadves. CaU 
for free estanates; B fcR. 480^858. 

# Sl# covnts 



DR/tf»BRIBS-4aip Covcts— ESc, 
skilled «sslita«ce to itfecting dec- 
orito fafaries. OMton fitted by 
ei^eAs Jii your home. Satirfac- 
t^OB CMraJtosd. CaU SK- 2411. 

LA wsa^fW» --TW^ 

%tae to seed your laws and Mm- 
xcdmi of if«^Bios; «e'riae do 
plartii^, matotoaai^ ai^ tr» 
woik. ftee eatknates. Tepuwen 
Kt)lh*s Wfftefy, WMm^ * 
ni^. 




BUSINH^a PROFESSIONAL 
► DIRECTORY 4 



S-114fa I CM DRIVERS. ^xrtSxx. men 'ac- 
cq^. No experience necei»ary. 
I854US meldy. We pay for City 
permit. Abo free room rent. Safe- 
way Taxi, '3782 Shore Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beach. 4644362. 9-23-tfn 



Several tomidw} ai^ unfurnished 
apartmento to tin Lyntdiaven 
C(4m^ area, Siore Drive. CaU 
Oimpess Real Estete Coi^any, 
464-3583. S-ZHfn 

111 Apartnwifa Furntaha«i_ 

NEW mk Mader» Aiso remedded. 
One {Old two 'bedrtnms. In the 
heart of toe beacb. Low winter 
rates or yearly. Can arrange time 
also, to siut teacl^rs. CaU 42ft671S. 

9-234to 

COMPLBTELY furnished. 1 and 2 
room ^kuenctoa. %m» with waU 
to waU carpet. ^, RMmthly, in- 
cluding water. CaU 42^6060 or 
48M?OL . 9-23^ 

CaVALIER I»UVE - Furnished 
44m»n cottoge. CaU MA 2-4^ ff 
GA MaOB. 



1 BEDBOOM funri^ed apartnoent 
AU utiUties ftimished, use of au- 
tcHnatic washing maditoe. Yrarly 
r^al. $90 per month. CaD 428- 

»«-tln 



CLASSiFlEO DISPLAY 
WSTRUCnONS 



SWra IWVING k HAUUNG. 
I^i^ty-faur hours a day. Move 
a^jithtag. CaU. MA 5-7960. 



PLl^MNG 



l^jUlffilNG and bating repeurs. 
HaK fsA fidl hs^ complde, 
^uiets& ronodded. sewwrs to- 
stdted. Rjr free ei^imate caU W. 
W. WUkinson. 855*887. 



UPHOL SreM«? 

UPlKltSIEBlNG, refBiishii*, re- 
pidriqg. reslBrtag. Tweoly*Mr 
ywn e»pariflDce aboMd make a 
{^raffie. CMd U{iidst^tp$. 
Oai tt. 6^544 or W7-2R1. 



m0KTGA#i5r4iC^tfg 



BORR(^ direct from an ap: 
pt^ ^ooal lends-. t^npRtaoos 
^Med. Beddei^ and lodiffitrid 
Lett Compmy (^^00). 83 Sel- 
doi Aitade. <^ MA 



AUT0MOMLES 



Are you tooUi^ fw a 2nd car? 
H you are mterested in some af 
tlM best d^ds mMnm, l9fli 
modds and tqi; in^orire at 27th 
and CSiurch Sts. or ^khk 622- 

8-19-an 



AMINOS 



ALCOA Ahtoinum aidk^ ftee 
estiqaates. Qsk 420-1284 ^»-tfii 



CKARIJSS L. n4ACK— concrele 
___ w«t, drirvem^, Walks, patios, 
loo'dies; free estiinafies; 543- 
CO^ETId It BjlHJMEl iftn. a^tlme. 8-i9-tfo 



Hm^k Nbnnan Connetics 

Merto Norman f^fmjrifi sow 
has 4 studio «t akd% iMiittO, 
A»e. Phooe 4^^3151. ^y-tt 



y^MNTjiy 



Paiotii^, Ited^k C«pei^ 
woric • No cbra/pi^pim. M 
paymeatt 6 months' aft4r vm^ b 
con^eted. 6224141 '«- 



PAINTING - Intoilbr, e^slor; 
work done r»»»aU|r; free e^ 

mates; (aB ^6410. 

Rn&WAY-ResideBtial; tow to 
piffi. i^ (piaUty mirk. fiOd 
lb. Sinks. M»t^ 

ir i I I . t.$ \ . Li iii 3| 



ryisrai 



3Ri 



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MliHWORK 

%wciaB^ KDoms, cdllfigs; lo- 
dh^^ud wiS do, at lawe^ sm^ 
9rm «iM»i% Ai^ ate ^. MA 
7-1137. 8-19-ttl 



€Md(frE WORK 



DRIVEWAYS - Walks, 1*40 cento 
squffi-e'fod; patio U'xlO*, $86, J. 
D. Bdwr, 855-2414 



Qmcrete plactog aad finishing; 
custom woric; Wh|te Concrete 
gecviee: dtol S404038. 



ftl^ agrtlme. 



CARmS 



'CAiffET(FACTS-{ cdi seU new 
M <j^l^ ci^nob filromt ny- 
ten for 2:99 sq. jrd., regular 7M; 
DaPvnt 501 and Carp^ nylon 
for 3 J9 sq. yrd. 28 odors. Tmns. 
Cdl Mr. Pariter. MA !««• 



mi 



Urns «Bd tt^^n. .Whiteande 
^e. Did UL S486L 8-19-i£i 






diBBEliec^lU7-^S3. 



^^KBIAN BUNDS 



_ M.TB»MfiM*JS - tt^«iW and 

BRK3CW0RK - Steps, fireplaces. I wadiii«. Call Carl, 68^7»0. C 
^^ ^ • *A.LWbIadC«^..«06W.^ft. 



iftlpK 
fUL 

$jjiiinx1n|| In 
• liM Lumber «nd 
BuiUing ^tetarials 
WWiINO 

CO., mCv 
MA 5-7030 



42 Htip Wanlwcl 



ONE BEDROOM. Nicely fur 
nished, very comfcutable and 
homel^e. \Yearly rental to aduks. 
HoUand, 411 22nd Street. 428 2801. 

94(Mfn 



113AHou«M, Furlshedor 
Unfurrlithed 



HARDIN Sa^KX. 

BrtHBw HaMHat Dl^w^er 
»t2 . SMk^StiMl - 

Virvfaila 



Several furnished and tiBftimWied 
faoui^ to tiie Lymiunm 0^ts^ 
area. Shore Ori^. CaU Coi^Mta 
Real Ertate Company. 464-983. 

' 8464fh 



237 BAY COLONY DRIVE-Un- 
fumidied, 3 bedrooms, 2 bi^ 
guest hmise detad^. mo^em 
prime locati(SD. Yearly re^id tMO 
monthly. MA 24575 or GA 8^906. 

>4»tt-P 



115 Houses— FumMiadl 



MANP<WyER. INC. 

UBGEN1LY NEEDS 

^^rpiato 



We have tounedtote aadgoments, 
maiv.adjaceiA to VirgWa Beach. 

NO FEi: 
nme off between joia when de- 
ata^NJi-iwa'k (m these temporoy 
}ob8 when oonveojort to you. 
I%oDe now kr igtorvtow and jdb 

Hniii|i| I If tnC^ 

738 Bouafa Street 
" 5J7-tfil 

43 Podtien Wa n»w l # >wa le 

III I I tint 

I iSiqieriaioed iMy wishes posMn 
to ^ti^ ot doctors dftoe. D^ 
sues bepdi area. Cafi 840-Mtt. 

mkOHMmm 



90 ArHclta For Sala 

DIAL-A-MAHC zlg zag tmbc^ 
madiine to modem s^ cidjSnet 
RqwssettBd; assume ^ifiiaBia of 
17.50 moofli, on pay balance d 
I42J0. Free httne detftobftfsUon. 
Write "Credit Manage-." Box 128. 
Care Vir^ida Baadi Stat 10-7-tt 



LUXURY summer studio apaurt- 
meote fa* wtoter rental. Desisted 
fw dlscriminattog couplee or bach- 
^n. 'Kitchoi, dining area, bar 
divida*, wnd swimming pool. All 
utUitia furni^ied. ^ply, BLUE 
MARLIN^L(n)GE, 2411 Padtic 
Avemie. 9-2M&1 



FOR RENT: snaU bHiae. Vw- 
vkbtid, mMetk for coi^le oidSy. 
Appfy Mrs. S. WeDs. 894 Delft- 
ware Aveim. 4lfr5M4. 10-7-# 



REAL ESTA 



Be^ab 



Short-tenn' ifld year^ 
ANCt4(»RM.TY 

08-7431 n^ttoie for sevke.' 



BUSINESS serw:b 



VIRGINU BEACH - Near Itoses 
ttid beadi. SmaU cotti^ fur- 
nished. No dqwsits. ISO month. 
Cmiple (wfy. No pds, 340-8329. 

i ■ 9-3(Kfa 

X ' - 

1 1 5A RMort PrQ|>«rty 
for R«fit 



CORAL SASDS Motd. CaU 428- 
9480. 1 or 2 bedroom apartm«its. 
Nic^ tomidied. Also motel unit. 
Reasood}te rates. 9404fn 

OCEANA — Clean fumbbed apart- 
ment Plenty stiM-age. Reddoitial 
area near 1x1% Ihis. large yard. 
Ownof. 4S8-22S6. 9-23-tfn 



SEWING mumam. mmet. 

dectric p(»tableg. Reoei||ltepd 
a«l guaranteed. 3 <»ly to adl at 
$12.96. Free btms demongtH^teo. 
Write "Sewtog Maehtoe," Bn 127. 
Care VIrgtoto Beaoh Sun. M>-7-4t 



FOR SALE: One eleelHc lour 
bun^*, 30-iiidi kit(toi range. 

CaU mmm. 16-7-M 



CAVALIER DRWE-SpaciMis 2 
bedrooms, fiunidied, air ccmdi- 
tioned, iKat, washer k drser. CaU 
MA 2<457S or GA (M2Q6. Jk29-lV-P 

2 BEKiOOM htfnbhed apart^ 
ment Itoat and wato- furnished. 
Rraaonable rent to respoosUjle 
parly. Also effictoncy apartmoit. 
CaU 4S»4236. 10-7-ttl 



^DROOM.* Uving ro<»n, kttdrai, 
1^^ told den. Hmt ffiid watw fur- 
l^ihed. 1544 Midi^an Ave.. 
Oeeaoa. OaU 428-1010 or 42»«0I6. 

10-7-2t 



'Sngle girl wishes to share apart- 
n^nt on beach with 2^3 others. 
CaO ^8-4086 or 428 7*951 after S 
pjn. 10-14-lt 



House, thrM bedrooms, unhir- 
nished. 51S Pinewood Itaive, Vu^ 
ginia Beach. Yearly rcirtal. CaU 
HSi-mSfi or 855-ffl61. 10-14-lOt 



lo iwaiiioia I iMiVa 
For Rent 



LET OUR II40DERN OFFICE BE 
YOUR OFFICE. 24th k Pacific 
Aventie. Vh^fatia Beadi, Vh-^ma. 
Phone 428-^74-41. L JaSe-er Fred 
Isaacs. For |K pa- moelh we tu- 

A. Your own use of 4eik. 

B. Dai^ td^hone otottK^ and an- 
swa-ing ser^oe. 

C. Port (^ce BNHUng address. , 

D. Vm of tyidst ^/secrdary at 
mminal ntas. 

Have room for ^y four dirats. 
Aj^ hmnedbtely. »3»^ 



HOGOi B<»^ SMQi 

SSKlrglria Beadi BM^ 

VIrgtoia Mk. Ti. 
24 Boor Wredter SeTk» 

N^t phoae - 
428-1780 k HMm 



Ask Yovr €yt MiyMcitn 
About 

V ouiu>OPm:iM< 

SorviM V^inla Voich 

136» LaAfai kA^ ym, BwA 

Beraard N. IMImIIm«, M«lr. 

GAr4«tt 8-4010 



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POINT-O-WOODS. Fw «wt «• sde. 
Exeeotiv^ type- 4 bedrooms, Gen- 
toal air ccmditloni^. Woo^ foi 
Can 34&4S790. 9-^tfn 



CUSSWED DISPLAY 



Mawrv Rioarro 



0» be^-oom aptftm^nt tor rent. 
t^ a montti. 2906 ^tic Avem^ 
428^357. 10-144fnj 

1^ be^o(un furnished apartment, 
^ per month. Couple «■ two 
gent^nen. CaU 428-S23i 10-14-tte 



Used Cd»ian dl heito-s. Smdl 
sbe. 35.100 BSM. m eadt Save 
4. D^art J^m. Corp., Mf &^ 



Stadio ^aparbnent, ftynislied, to- 
dudmg all utUiti^. Gas heat. Ak^ 
conditioned. Good location. Y^r^ 
f^; d seventy-Ave idtors (|^.^ 
«0)i4nr month, cm 428^680 or ^ 

10-14-Mt 



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WBN. BTATI 
EXAMtOtlR^ 

SUU Lic«BM PrepiMtery 

Dfef •■# EvantBt C towt 

Cliusm IwM-itet^ V ^PtM* 

ticiiig AltmrB^ wad ▲ U^ 

c^BMd BmU &t«^ BHdtor. 

Past Stat* fl[«af4 Esttla 

Easiljr— EtafOI W«»4r 

COMPLETE eOOME— $W 

Tidew0tgr'5 Most 

Experienced School 

IVOIIUINtUIIWIIO^III 

Wm, KTMTR SCHOOi 

Goii» T«ln4rl» IMMtag 
MKWl MA »3^4 



RiB»afrt 

Coiiiiwitiii 



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LanailroWlite 
DwdK^s for W«ittwkM«b 



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Clattrlaal C«MlaMiae 

w. c77oHi#oii 

Virtiato Bea^k 
nom^S.4871 

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mm Ampbovements 




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RKjttlON!) - Hew mamtfac- eitabUAmeit of thta factt»y. Gen- 




gbtUtr (tor right). «WBer and operator of C. L. Shaffer Madikie Co., recehrei flie keyi 
to Ma WW SM Comet Calleate fmn top udea reprewntottve of Alphia Motors, Tom Follary. as R^y 
U I^Um, liialift of A^hto IIM« C^.. greeta his favwite ^rtomer. Shaffer hM pur^Med a new 
mr awry year atoce IMl frwn AlpUa'a as he llkea being up to date with aU the wondeHid ehaogea 
-^ ■■^uiMiMBli that appear each year on the a ew models, nis year his whtte Calleato was the 
MNcnd and Shaffer aad Ma wife Fraaces left the next day >r the mountains . . . later tai the 
dtoy wlil driw to Orianda, Florida to ipe«I the winter. (Staff photo hy Padricfc) 



TOBACCO FESTim 
M FULL SWIHfil^ 



RIOfMOND.- HigWi^t of the 
17th Annual Naticmal Tbbacco F^s- 
tfval Oct »-16 is the Grand IQa- 
n^Mtod Par^ and 9>ew on Fri- 
day. Oct IS, which as many as 
M^ mvf wibMss albi^ tiie 
^^-mik rwte from Oumborazo 
Mc to Porker Fi^ be^nning 
il 7:1^ pm 

Leading the .pande d imflre 
ftn one hiadred into wfll ba 
hmmA Sva Gabor. 1966 Graad 
kttshal, cmfftesy oi Liggett k 
1^^ f^hMce (>>., ridli^ ia a(n 
t^ tb^ mi^ with Ri^bHt^yck 
m^ tb ^m^, ttoigarian 
horn star of aMm,..imfm and 
ttknUm uabars Ja a «dddul va- 
eiel^r ^ flMte. mardyng units, 
dawM Md pariMBittlcs. for the 
4[p^tafaan«t of oU and youag. 
to tte b^ ^ Boany baa^ 

ftvottes cetittiiim to the t^ 

Imm^ Feativd bft the ibcteoith 

^g we tte Terko WcHider Bread 

SSxIaai Basd ol I%ttadci;Ua with 

diair ^'ttp^e "Uom of Plenty," 

toi Wk Jotoqr of PtiS&p McHris 

wttfi his famous "caU." riding in 

his red conv^-tt^ O&na pi^ular 

IMJrtoDalttiM, Saibr Hdb for Nol- 

' 4^M 9reMi **8mokey the Bear." 

jttil "Bffly ttie ^^wier Clown," 

wffi be on hand to (felight the 

lousfrters. 

Mom On twenty lavish floats 
trfllHidy H^^ win include the 
tUt^naond New' Car Dealtf s As- 
■oci^SoB f^tba-ii^ a liffge crown 
wtth tti»i»!0 >»v» Ux the 1965 
Qpacft tf Tc4}aecoland. Miss Mai^ 
te Vh^Walk«r of UOmk, Va., 
and ttat ttf the Retail Merchants 
A^Kiatira d Bidmiood, a giant 

' shell in which wtt stand the Of- 
Iteial HMtffls rf the mh Annual 
National Tolacco F^tival drawn 
1^ iriiite simis. In additkn beau- 
liiid floaU iMlh equally braut^ 
eioii fide#8 are ©rtered by PWlip 
V Wank, Inc.. An«rican Tobacco 
Gi., United States Tobacco Co., 
Lams and BroOier 0>., Brown & 
wniimaeh Ts^k^ Co., ReyncMs 
M^^ Co., Batda of Ru^Bnowi, 
Savfe^ and Lomi Assodi^ons, 
aid i&MBQDd Coca^la Bottling 

't Oik, vhw islMoa ai^ mii^la from 
i^ 0. a Navid ^tton and U. S. 
Ah* miee fiecftftii« Statioa: 

Om CBfivtsrtMes beartaig the 
Afai^4iree TrtMcco Fe^val 
pcittcesan from sbc states with 
^mrto from Ae Pe-shing Rifles 
at JtorA Cttrflai State University 
wffl be itortW 4fc« ^»tiight wj^ 
^^tailni^oretfie groups such as 
m Ftemttes «i rrederidB^rg, 
i Va.; Sraaburg Wa.) Stepoettes; 
S^^tes;: MadWMiilflwi of Pprt^ 
taaefSi Va.; Ro^ Stos of Bdtl- 
nwre; and the Qtugp Cadets of 
, Attoona, Pa. Ottw nartMie wtm 
we Acea TOnpfe, lob's, Danfdi- 
ter's Drill Team, Foorft Decree 
Kai^ oC^Oohnilatt. PrtoceM 
ARM^ mfik Sdwof Drfil Train, 
rp« froRi Jflbn Maniiall. 
JefEicaon and George 
■V iOgh idboote ip Richnocndl 
isbvof Rtfl KMtanal Di^w 
Cadet Csit», CotMarate Oe»> 
' " "rtwbrook H^ 



BANK WINS FIRST 
PLACE AWARD 



tuning plant announcements Uim^ 
the first nine nwnths of 1965 Aow 
a flO percent incroMe over the 
same period of last yeu. 

Durii^ the p«fiod batween ,hily 
1 and September », tMwty-l^ve 
ndustrial firms made known plans 
for aperaU(m» within tiM Qmmon- 
wealth. In addition, twenty-two 
companies plan expansioiK. The 
t:)lal number of new plants through 
[he third quartw Is 64. compared 
wiih 40 during the. same peHod 
in 1964. Plant ecpanslons durhig 
this time totaled W. me more than 
recorded over the flrst nine montiis 
nf Hsli year. 

"Hie amwunconent by the Gov- 
ernor's Office pelted out that ex- 
pected employmait for these facil- 
ities would range from 10 to 3.000 
w4th aoPToxinaately S^OOjiew i:i3 
opportunities b«Mming available 
when the new plants reach antici- 
pated production. 

It was indicated Uiat iitftnmnation 
some of the expansions was 
incomplete and that the present 
added employment, estimated at 
bet'A'een 1000 and l.SOO workers, 
would doubtiess be increased a? 
plann^ expansitms are cwnpleted. 

GeMral Electric's new facility 
located in Nans«no«l County near 
Portsmouth will employ about 1,000 
persons whwi produ^wn begins 
early next year. Reptffts indicate 
that employment may grow to 
3000 in the next three years. The 
j plant (will manufacture personal 
portable tdevision sets. With the 



««1 Kbcteic now tas km {daats 
to Virginia, (}enera^ E&cbic's ttn- 
pfoyei» wMa Virginia mi^ «c« 
ce»] U.OOO wh«i procbicttoi ^t 
tlte pe-snnal pcMtobli TV ptairt 
b^ins. Hiis will nurl: Genend 
Electric as one of Uie lai^irt em- 
ptoyo's in the CurancMiwMltti. 

The pi^wlarity of cuni^ is 
credited in part with the Ntabli«.h- 
meot dt fmir man^aduri^ phnts 
for mol^ bsm«u 

TextDa and apparels (includln| 
shoes) are responsible for five new 
plants. Ottwr products appMring 
on the list are furniture, cwicrete 
products and cenent, tpachfaiery, 
heatii^-cooU^ i^stons, and wood 
products. ' » 

SyntlKtic tfbers and textile are 
oromiiwit anumj? the e^;>ansioTts 
and^w^ « tobacco pftoasaing 
is indicated. 




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We create Floors that di 
ttnguish rortn ! In homes, ui 
fices, shop!, these Individ 
oally Designed Linoleum 
Floon confer smarf, color 
contrast disunction wMch rn 
other floor treatment can 
match, -lolors, motifs - 
"CShiiWJtart" in a word - 
that gfve long-lived servic 
a? B)odert>.te first-cost! Ma. 
we ^Yo yon an estimate? 

J. C Law & Sons 

NORFOUC. VIRGINIA 
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AnHMig the military and school 
bands setting the pace for the 
hour-lMig parsAs are the Bedford 
Ftremffi's Band. 8(Rh Division Ar- 
R^ Reserve Band, and high 
sdMol bands from Princess Anne. 
P>rk Union, Jdui Marshall, Doug- 
las Freeman, Patrick Ifenry, 
1lK»nas JeffersOT, Henrico. 
George Wythe, MeadowbnxA, Va- 
riaa, ProvMwice Fwrge and Slaff- 
ord Coonly. .^^_^^^ 

l^e^at(H-s at Parker Fidd are 
tr^t«J to a special {M-eparade 
riiow beginning at 8:00 p.m.. 
which will pr«cnt the Terrace 
Twh-la:^, Wckettes rf Rtrimoke. 
Va., Teen Twirlers of Crewe, Va., 
Country Sqlrra— featuring country 
mudc-Hlgh Steppers, Sparkettes, 
aad dianael 12's Florettes of 
Meiutxmd. Tlje review <d parade 
la^ will begin at Parker Field 
at 9:00 p.m., to be followed by a 
GO^)ara(fe show offo-ing the Loris 
Ibrdung Lions of Georgetown. S. 
C, I^incess Anne Hi^ School 
Baid. Royal Stars Majorettes, and 
tiie ^an^ Cadets. 



NORFOLK - The 1964 Annual 
Report of Seaboard Citizens Na- 
tional Bank was named among 
the best in Virginia/Carolina 
produced advertising and received 
a 1st place award in the Tliird 
District ct the AFA, comprised of 
Virginia and the two Carolinas. 
produced a total of 535 entries in 
various categories. Seaboard's re- 
port was one of 37 print finalists 
Tlie judging by RichMxl R. Strone. 
VP and CrMitive Supervisor, Ted 
Bates; Mort Rabenstein, Creative 
Director oJf Advertising and Saks 
Prramotion, CBS-TV; Iliad Horto.i. 
Senior VP , McCann Marshalk. 
was based on "general excellaice 
and demonstration of skill, taloit. 
wd craftsman^p." 



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confidence. Satisfaction guarsnfeedl 
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BIDATES film 
QVESTIONNAIRE 



li r^xauM to a qu^(»i|air4 sui^ttad to i^ ^adidat^ tai the 
immtb» 1 tlectiet), by the Lei^ of W«nai Voters o! Virginia 
mA the Virgfaua Bcacb-Narfok chapte, both ft^DwiocraUc and 
Sepubilcan gubernatnM candidates «id four of t«fivriF^M^ea- 
^rW Disto^ cai^MatM have mplW. ° > ^ 

lto« are four gubematorid "~~ ' ' 



are 

etfdldatn. Tbtss we: Denrnrat 
^$k^ E. Godirin. Jr.; R^K^Ukan 
UMood Hdten; Omservative 
iMHvB J. ^vy. Jr.* and Inde-, 
{MNM C^nrfit \Me(k^ Rock- 
wtQ. fThere are , At eaodklitM 
for OMe Third Soiatoria] tXa- 
Mct aei^ T^ ire: Democnfa 
tttham P KiBaiii, of Vh-^nia 
Beach: miam E Hodgef. oT 
Chea^wake;: and William B. 
Spong, *.. «l l>wtenomte 9b- 
publicim Sdgar E. Everhart, of 
Chawpatto; ftd^peDdot George 
R. WaOnr: utf doonrv^ivc Paul 
C. Trotinan. 

the League NgNts th^'^^te^' 
natorial Coiwwvative Party cw- 



lidate WiUiain J. Story, Jr., and Edgar 8, B^reriiart says the Stat 



todiepaid«at cao^ate G«org» 
XJucoto Bacb^ ^ not mnrer 
the t9m$mi^, and ttat Con- 
aenrativt Si^b Smate candidate 
Paul C. tn/mat, ^ did net re- 
.plv. 

- lit ipi^tfnumffe tdted etafht 
foeefe 9Nptl|as concerning 
or pn^osed 




of the ^te Senate candidates 
from the TMrJ S^atorial Dirtrict 
agreed, as wdl, but each bad a 
^sUghtly diffovQt soIuUoq. WUUana 
P. Kdlam aaM it is his hagii 
that the state eoidd absorb cert^ 
costs rf educatkn, thus reduchig 
local intkbta^Beas. WUUam H. 
Hodges said the kicid d^ coidd 
be reduced by enactment of a 
stsAewitfe salo tax wtti a por- 
tioB b^ retvned to Jn local- 
mm, WIMim \ fi||<|i|gl». bad 
M «pl^ Mgglillliii'iNl said 
tiien Is aooidfaiof i$m «^ 
til* state t^ tax strw^ure when 
tiw 4it«|e bi« a s'trpkn and Ow 
lo(»lttla8 4^ 8tr8{H>ed for funds. 




Va.^eacb Continues 
Lead In Building Biz 



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DMtel is geH( to be cmu^rv.ted oa thk triangular l.t 



ON^tyUoB afeeuld be dwT^ied to 
liuaran^ d^>te of aib(fiv{siMis, 
white G«DCfe H. WaUcer w-ouUI 
alleviate local debts by rebimimF 
the power to lax in qpery cas^ 
(See Cai?didates Pige 4) 



«/«/ Jebt load mm dttfld ^ te cWei 
'f tod coiBiMes. Beth Godwta aoi 
Ib^toa %eed hA ^ AoM. God- 
wte aiiiiated two waiys-Hi^rim- 
ixffsement faerease for pobttc 
idwols. i^are c^wtmeirts and 
ttie Ifte ,and the puling of the 
wk^ poss&te w^oritv for lo- 
etlM to raise, fcnds. without in- 
v«fii% l^irte ^riscUctkx). Holton 
dso ^iMied that tiie ^te foot 
more of Uk bffl for public schools. 
. on an itptft^fy sJuured ba^. All 






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YOUn WES 

ymQXmk aHftOH-A 17year- 
old ViTji^ Itoadt youth (fied Mon>- 
da^ ni^t in NorfoDc Gtmtak Ifos- 
pitalfnan injuries received in a 
single car aoddeot S^urday 
nlgbt 

PmI Edwttd Anderson of tfie 
SOO bhxA of Bradford Road was a 
passengo- tai • »r «4dch roOed 
over twice in tiie isao block of 
W^ch Duck Road. 

bn^stigatii^ oRk^rs said ^ 
dHiwr of the car, Ro^qr CWA, 
ao. sf tiw 4809 btock of Old Harris 
Rnd fod thfve otter teeMige pa»- 
seagm were not serkxidy Injured 
in i^ acckint 

Pidkx saU the car was headsd 
w^ on WUch Duck Road wlien 
Guil ki«t cadmA d th^ v^icle 
and danmed oo bnkn. Ihe ve- 
hieie travtild M feet aSaog the 
md^SOfoet teeughitidc brurii, 
^nyed over four waibap^ and 
turned over twkse, p(dice nid. 

Aadersoo was sMb« in Uie bade 
of the auloiMa)ae. 



VfilGMA SWkS — ^^rglnia 
Bemdi's Beuraa of Salety and 
Traiac E^me«ta% was host <» 
nwrsday to • city and county of- 
fiqials who are resp<msible for 
tmSRc contrd. 

Reprteajting !• cfflfmrnajtics, 
tt»e tragic officials attsiKfed m all- 
day seminar wh ieh ^jded witb. 
j^t danonstrations ol ri^ctive 
signs 'on a test roftl set up (»i 
Jl^y Road. Pirpose of this $«ni- 
nar on uDiformity in traffic signs 
is ultimate st^ox^udization iof all 
roads signs throui^ut the state. 
accorcHng to Chiei Heevss E. .John- 
son, co-ordinator d the cvoii 

C^ureptly, ttmny locaSalities, in- 
cIocBi^ lat^ metck^itan areas 
in ttie natk>n, use si|^ which no 
longo- confmTn to stMwlanls pre- 
scribed by Uk U.S. Bureau of Pyb- 
lic Roads, be said. 

Sjze, stope, color a-'d distam:e 
fr«n traffic varies mitk imfividual 
{MT^ere:^ of thi^ responsible for 
the stigiB in each kic^ty, to ths 
extent dial a nutorist frmi one 
town may hs confused by si^s in 
a different locality, Johnson point- 
ed out 

Chief Johx»on said ^ sip 
clinic was offered to bring city 
and coucty o^iab tc^ther to 
di<xniss muUial prd}l«ns ard to 
pnnnote national standards in 
tra^c Mpffl. ^ 

I<few products and techniques in 
si^ maculfactare were demon- 
strated by Rick Trauftitt of Rich- 
mond, VuigUa, a represfeRtsiive 
ol flie Minnesota Ifintog and Ifaii- 
ufaitaitig OonifMM^, mak»- of 
sev«-al saf^ products for tri^ 
eontnA. 




WfiH SCHOOL 

MAY 




MOTHER m CHILD DIE 

vmOflNiA MJACH-^A «-year- 
(dd Virgirda Bemh meter aspfaysi- 
1^ hers^ and ber S-year-oU 
dui^tqf in Aeir garage Twssday, 
poJkeai^ 

Mrs. Frieda ML l^tftiaffm nd 
her dta^Mt Linda were fobad 
Ami at 11:30 a^m. ki tiie fan^s 
car, kxkad la ttie gvage lA their 
home in tbe S^ bk>dc of Oak Th-- 
raoe Drive. 

Hie Stato Medtoia Examiner's 
dEBee repoftod thitf bcA were 
kilM by eaxto temBoA bva 
ttie artaoMMe's eseusft. 

ttfOt^tfiiV officers listed tbe 
daad as bandeida and sidekii ba- 
ciQM iie peritiae of tta boifiis 
Old Ite loeked gtm» deer rOtei 



QuA accidental deiUh. 

The mother's bodv was on tbe 
frort seat «id the child's bo(|y was' 
« tte front fkmtoafd. 

Detecthre M. L Ealy of the Vir- 
iHnla Beadi Jevenife Bbreau^said 
Mrs. A. L. Pieadd of SOST Oak 
Terrace Drive. sumnMi^ DoBce. 

PoB« wd KempiHlte Vohi^^ 
FlrenMB arriv^ at flbe sane tinnc. 
PoUee irfncen had to bredc a win- 
donv to t}}e latfai^ dora* to ebt«r. 
nrmai tried for SO minutes to 
revi^ tfie vkthfiig. 

AidMev E. BuTington. (he fadier 
md Innl^id. wn it wtst at the 
Ha^Hi HmA SUi^vd to Ports- 
msiA friien Urn bMea were cHs- 
6overed. 



COME HERE 

VmomA BEACH - Will the 
CMy of ^rgiiUa Beadtt be Om fu< 
hire %(me of the natfenal aoi na- 
tltfiatly-inown Bfl^ Hi^ Sclwal of 
Aisai^ C3nt»t? At present, ttiat 
is a good qt^sticm, birt the answer 
TaUs (mfy in the reabn d sp^x&i- 
ti(m. 

I^t weekerd a groi^of promi- 
n&i citlzois, representii^ t^ie 
City of Virginia- Bcadi, met with 
o3fkials of the Miss High School 
of Araaica Pageant at tile Black 
Augus ^staur&nt. The siri>ject dis- 
oiK^ was reportedly ttie movmg 
cf tiie six-yew-oW contest trm its 
original bane in Asfcury Pait. 
New Jersey, to Vir^nia Beach, be- 
fT^nningnext y«ir. A sfe'dy grwp' 
of t^ '^ is now Jodcin^ i^ 
Oie ntuiiAi<m. indudbig Sr ad- 
vai^^ o! cational rt4)licity d 
spiA a contest to Vit^ia Beach, 
s^ dl tl|e advfit^fies and disad- 
v^agi^ wfll be tfaoroi^bly ex- 
amip^ belwe any (Nctokin is 
made. ReDortecSv the Directors of 
fhe, contest wish to lend only the 
rathe of the pageant to the CHy. 
aks^ wtth thrir wrvices, while all 
arr<n^en)cnts wmild be made lo- 

caBy. 
,-- — ?, 

•njoSe citizer-s at die meetu^, 
renrepeitmg Virginia Bem:h, m- 
chided ASAi R. Maiflies, Execu- 
tive iHredor ol the Viii^inia Beach 
Chanrber '<rf ^wnmerce; A. B. 
Ctvm, President of tbe Chamber; 
fUi§» Scott, Assists to tbe City 
MsBf^er; Sana, Scsftt,^oew ZHrec^r 
of the (3vK CffiterrCni^a l«»be; 
and Sfaloey KeOmn. ^ 

bKickrtaBy tte re^iiqg Mi^ 
^^^Sdxnl d America, ^Mea 
i^eentlr in New Jersey, is 109 
U»y ^ Kii^mi, darter of Dei.- 
and Mn. wnBam P. Kdlam, ol 



Culverhouse AppointBfl 



VIBGimA BEACH-E. A. (Son- 
ny» Cu'verhwse d Vir^^ia Beach.^ 
964 PreMmi d the Virginia 
Young. Democrats CliA) was ap- 
pofated chairman of tbe 
eastati comforence d Young 
oo-ats at the Bieimial Conuar-ence 
d ^ Youi% Deqnocn^ Clubs of 
iUnerica in New Yorit last week. 

Oihreitome's re^d covers the 
states ol Virginia, N«^ Carolina, 
South O^diiia, Geoi^a. Florida, 
Alabama, IfflssiaBii^i. Tom^sea, 
Loul^am, TexM, and ^^ansas. 

Tht Vk^nia YDC also recsived 
tiie biomlol award f«r the out- 
studing rtatoYDC organizatton. 

The award v^as pi^ented to CNd- 
verhouss and Charles B. Ajrii^toi. 
of\ Norfolk; 1966 Virginia YDC- 
Proldent. , 

Vii«ginia was pkked as the top 
Yomg Donocrat state by a three* 
man comnnttee. It is Uie fint tinje 
Vii^^inJa has won the award. 

Arrington »id the Youi^ Demo- 
crats entered a brief in tte Com- 
petition with 19 other chdbs ^t 
stressed f<)ur factor?: 

•The increased membersh^ to 
!^e l^DA diix during tbe east 

««» nde of the state's Y^smK 
Democrats In the 1964 prasNml 
el^toil and the 198S giA>«nlorial 
etecticMi. 

*A general organizatkxuJ d{>- 
liftii^. ' ' 

•Tbe Young Democn^' fdas for 
redistncttng fte itate's 10 con- 





Et A. CULVERHOUSE 



gr^ional cBstrict a l«ie pcutim 
of v^hich was adc^ted by the Gen- 
eral A^iendily at its spedal ses- 
sion. 

An-ia^t6fi said "Tbe award k a 
treimndAis tribiAe to die ^ort 
d Yottog Donocrats acnos tbe 
state during the past two years. 
Ibis natioral recognition is tangi- 
ble evklence that tbe Ywng Dem- 
.ocrats in Virginia have (xme d 
a^e as a"^ oonstructive factor in 
tbi political Hfe of tbe Common- 
wealth." 

Arringtmi, wiwse parents r^We 
at Birdneck Point, was appointed 
^>ecial to the Prc^dait of the 
Young Democrats Clubs of Amer- 
ka. 




CBAia^S B. AKRINGION 



CANMIATES SPEAK 

vniGiKJA BEACH— The Vii^ 
la Beadi Civitan (Mt hdd its tin- 
ner med:ii^ last night at the Bay 
Ha*or Ch*. • 

Two featured .'4»akers attended 
tl» ocoi^m. Tbey were Edgar S. 
Evttbart. R^iubllcan camfidate for 
the ^ate Sen^ torn Virgima 
B^SKh and Edward T. Caton, m, 
a Democretic candidate for the 
House ol Delegates from Virginia 
Beadi. 

Both candidates gave SO tdoaie 
talks brfore the Civitan C^ mem- 
b&$ md th^ gu^^. 

A cpMitian ffiid answer sesskn 
foOdfwed tbeir talks. 



VmGINIA My^CH-The dty of 
Virginia Beach ctmtinues to lea^ 
the state. West Virginia, North 
Cardina and South Carolina in 
growth. 

The Pedwal Res«ve Bar* of 
Richmond report that thr«M«h 
Sept«nber Virpwa Beach's buiW- 
ii^ total was IS2.8 mil&>n. It was 
the hi(diest amount in the four- 
stete artt. 

Charlotte ranked second with 8 
nine-month tot^ of $39.5 million. 

Norfolk WW M<f ,|# ^ 
miDkm. . • 

aatirtlcs from the office ol tbe 
Virginia Beach banning Cwnmlsr 
!;ion show that the residratlal 
building in Viiglnia Beach far the 
first nine months of 1965 passed 
the $30 million mark. 

The State Mutual Life Assurance 
Cmnnanv d America will invest 
Il.tt5.080 in Virginia Beach through 
a rec«tly approved mortgage loan 
The loan win hdo finance the 
construction d an apartmmt com* 
rtex fp* LaAhi Rnd bf 'P< Wavna 
M4(»k9y Jr. finandig on Uie 
,Wto"^'pJ««|ed torooih thk 
t|«^i«e QMpdratftn of 



lie i^ la ^ated oo aeai^ ton, 
a<»es erf land and eonsisfs. ol M 
irna^ bdkUngB of franeand kfkk 
veneer construeticm. Tbe bnfidin^ 
will contoin 31 one-bedroom, 92 
tvro4)«iroem and 20 three-bedronn 
imits; a total of id^ts and 57€ 
roMns. All units are air 
and feature completdy 
kitchens. A swinmUng pool, wad- 
ng pod. badihouse and on^te 
marking for 185 cars will aim be 
Tovided. 

^te Mutual has already in- 
^^ed over $20 milUon d ito 
TollcyhoWw^' funds in Wginia. 

Md<e8key said the first units are 
exp«:ted to be r^y for occupan* 
cy Dec. 1. 

Called ReseiK^ at Hilltop, the 
nrolect is Ridden from the road 
1^ a w^wdted ae». 

He said rental In ti» projed 
will be $107.50 a mwith for a oi»- 
bedroom unit and $127 fm- tiM>bed- 
room units. 

Utility Une^ f«- the projec^ wQl 
be underground and city water and 
sewer service will be {Mwrkfcd, 

Several new motels and tndd 
additions are also planned for the 
next tourist seascm. One of the 
bigitest is a 64-unit motel with 
pool and rooftop restaurant pUuuied 
for a half-acre triMgular lot be< 
tweai Atlantic Aveiue, Srd Israel 
and Rudee Botdevaid. 

Plara for the motel were fflv 
MunceA several \wdts ago by 
owna--bulldar Tom l^om of 
Washington, D.C. 

Lyons has owmd the Shadows 
in Virginia Beach for two yeaw 
and otms another ni^telub. in 
Washington. 

The motel will be called the 
Sound and ^ore Motor Inn, Lyons 
said, with the opeiing planned fat 
next seasm. 

Lyons saM he is negotlatiiM; for 
a nationally4mown motel fran- 
diise. 

This is the first luxury motel 
danned for Rudee tattt. which is 
ecpected to develop rajadly with- 
in the next few years. 

The restaurant would be able 
to accomodate about 450 persons 
and hichide facflities for banquet 
groups and entertainment. 

Ibe motel is olanned so that aQ 
ro<»ns will afford occuomts a 
vtow ol die ^aiUic or Rudee bi- 
let- 

Tb4 oitire motd wiQ be devated 
IC feet <^ the ground to pemdt 
paridng accomod^kos fw dxwl 
n cars. Tbe bnfl^ is to b^ ifc 



stories tall. ' ? 

Ibe buildKng was designni by 
Jdin Waller and Associates of 
Virginia Beach and represaits an 
investment of appraximatdy $650,- 
000. 

Uoyns said he also purchased 
a' ISO-foot ocean fnxit lot across 
Atlantic Avenue frtan the site d 
the proposed motd. He said Uia 



t^an front propaly will be 
the use of motel ^^ts. He i^ft 
to evofibil^ erect another maSl, 
there, he s«ddL ^ 

A new imtol Is baing cMutrtil* 
ad at 14th ^rMt ail Atlantic M^ 

WK. " 1 

The Sea 'N' Sun is planunf^ 
$125,000 rcnovatkm i»-^am {Ht 
fall aad wiirtw. 




Road to Cosi 

Than lithna 



VIROaWiA BEA'OH-Conltrary to 
recent stories and overa! critical 
vi&ws on the s J>^. tbe Virginia 
Beach Tdl Road will cost less to 
coTiStruct than first estknal:d. 
• E. H. Ormge, ToU F«slHty B^m- 
ager for th3 Han:gt<m Itoads area, 
State Highway Dejartmei^ aid 
the Quree ma^ c:^trs(fj totiHlS 
$»Jffl.333 have M«n as^e^d on. 
T^ne pid&mai ecntracts are t» 





itMge ui0 i^ coat ol iNir- 
cNnfag ;rt|^-o^^ Id the tbS 
road i»fn eogi an estimated ^3 
miB4. aiqao« t;wk^ te iiii|it 
ealtaif^mf'^eira ago. OMOge 
said aDe (taspa for dw iacrei^K 
was i%' to die in(3^ai» d tin 
m«^«My «i^ 4|iri^S tb-s ttme. 
]^ stfd vk^^rip'firts estbnate 
was ma<le te.:n^ U was ba^ m 
sOi^on-by-tli^ imA when the 
saet»d fw^ was made ^ctV 
bj^iared, ^ t^ made tba em 
rsOae wtfiw, ni. sakL 

Qraigi said also the .increaisM 
^(^M>9» mdSan strip from 41 
feet ti U feet to^^kw for a third 
lane, diould ItorjiiadYor one-arise, 
icereaasd.^^o^: He sakl the 
ri^-ol-waqr #aa Ina^eased from JOG^ 
feeit ^ a^smsdmatdy %0 fet^ 

Tbe «otal pr^f for the t^road 
was first astottled to be a? mll- 
Bon. Tba total c«^ estima^ are 
HOW miSI,33S» or $841,337 bdow 
the Hnft eatim^^s. 

Tbe road will be paid off \^ 
a $37 ti8lH<m revenue 'bi»d Mtte. 
Tbe bonds wlQ be paid off thi^M . ■ 
a propected .tlJ9 million a ywl ^ d Ms gwd 



in tdla. 

i'tkt r^ad wjD have th^ee sds d 
10 h0. tdl statioia at extt vd 
entry ranps at Obiem (krmt, 
Indi^^andm^ Eoulevard, and 
Lymihavw. 

R wibkwn! one 25 cent tdl Ma* 
tkm at Ke^dty Avemw, wUti to 
abeut iufl wfV-, 

ToQs fof jMMn^Oe drivers wUl 
^ mBts to S earts. 
m ^ mmse that Is 

^iqrv biihir mmpmmm w^ 
moeyber d «les. ^ . 

k stuf naade to 1^ by t^ 
Re ^gitfers Wbtf ilnith k A» 
sod^ ^tinuies lol Mveau^-at 
$1.« ttOoii the first year. ;i|^ 
aveg^ o! $IS1 miVdn for tlMv 
QrH IB ymn and m |n(#«^ a( 
IU8 xamm for d #JM* ' ^ 

.C|iiaalEi^^i«to«r» asdmato C 
MMnum yeri^ o^ebditureitkU 
mdntenance rewrye d $60^<W <J 
year. The State ^^Nitf Depart- 
ment Ml resdvidyio^ialidertoliC 
the nwintwiawfe. '^ 

Tbe stiAa has ^eadv acqulrod^ 
Si of the 517 parcds ol laid li^, 
avftin^tim «i die li.2 noAe road> 
#» fce startW as soon as' Ae wh* 
natnii^ parcels are «X|uired. ? 






OCFCaniMlrt 

VIRGINU -ffiACH-Tbe United! 
OonmiBrides Fu^ appears to Ny 
rvrrMTTosisg sBMotMr in VIrgWj 
BeadL ] 

The Virginia Beach General Bom 
pitd reonrted a final o)lleetion^ 
9k,m Ttiesitey, vMch is 238 per 



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At Ae tIMitog ol On Fnmk Ford Jewelry j^are at AOaaile 
Ave. ail 8M a w«« MfrnTn. M a WlBi. MtoeiMva «Nelar il the 
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CHILLDRES — GREG<«T 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Mr. and 

Mrs. Donald M. Gregory annoimce 

^ the marriagi of their dauber, 

Miss Ruth Anne Gregory, to Itob- 

ert Eddie ChiUdres. -**-^t»^ 

Mr. OiffldPes is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Herdiel B. CbiUdres of 
NorfoHt. 

The c»anony took jriace Oct. f 
in the sancUiary of Great Brl(fec 
Baptist Church wl& the Rev. VWl 
lie A. RidiaHson oCfidsAu^. 

The couple will live in California 
where Afr/ Ctt alldr ei^ will^lw sta^ 
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WOOD 'FLOWERS 

VIRGINIA MIACH - Ut. lid 
Mre. Leslie Bftler Flowers Jr. d 
Kinp Grant announce the mw- 
riage of their daughter, Tere» 
Edfthe. to Thomas Alden Wood, 
900 (rf ftlr. and Mrs. Thomas EUdB 
Wo^ oi Pineweod Gerdeot. 

Tte QOK^Ie was married Sept. K 
te'nadEVt^ liemorial Baptist 
Church, Eliiabeth Cit,y, NJC., by 
Rev. KidE^hto- . 

FoHowing (he ceremony, the cou- 
ple was honored at a kmcheon by 
the bride's parents and are c<» 
tliHiing Uieir education in local 
sAools. Hie newlyweds are living 
B Vli^inia Bea d i. ,,^. ^^.,.iy^y^ 



JwSc grwiMmiw mm mtjat 
Omk Jr. 

A weiptoi waa held ia &e 
clMffch sodal hdl. 



VinG]DnA mSAOH-Welier it 
ke a Aowplace pla;;MkBi\af the 
#eajthy or a warnUy inv^iog home 
tf a BJtUve cjujJe, anl^^ <mi 
$M riduieis to the sarrmmUn^. 
6«iiitoe Miti^^ file «(p»bive 
«sd often hard to QbA today. The 
Seve^ Annual Antique Shaw mad 
Sale to be keU >touaiihe> 4 
ttiroui^ 7 preaeats 0» beR op- 
pcrtimlty to (M kmged-fn* piaxs, 
to 4MIMe f^r ideas, w just to 
itinHiMe an inters in i tal^fy- 
iRi My. Dealers fra^ Mahit|a 
F^rSt reserve space me^is to 
adiBMt to present Alb- (Ariip 
tor the best possible ffewtsg in £e 
Civic Center. 

VMe not mny wiH have ti» 
diance to live m a WiUcw Hill 
Ptonti^n, whaA Mr. aa^ Mrs. 
Robert H. JoHimm have dme witii 
their h«ne cmM be eefaieiwd l^ 
many. "All H ti^s to time and 
eKort, and a genutoe love for the 
of a Mmk pMMf ', MfS 
MtaP ItoiWB to her 
IHarii^^v ^^tonl^'^. And mne- 
Itaee ^tngi hMi to be lo^ t€ 
l^wnd for BUKif y e e r s wfore 
lieir r^ vatoe to ap|reciMed, liw 



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BRADSHAW ~ eLARK 

VIRGINl'^ BEACH -the mar- 
tiage of Miss Faye ^A aod 
Aubrey E. Br«Www*TiP«»« 
place Sunday at 3 p.m. iu1|i|i»- 
haven CoJooy United Churd! of 
Chrfat. "fte double it^ cereaio^ 
was pe^onned by the Bev. Q^l T. 
Da;^ ^ the Rev. Tlwaaas H. Brltr 
koa. 

the bride is the dauglUer if Mr. 
and Mrs. Major M. Clark. Hie 
Wid^groom is the son ol Mr. and 
Mxa. Aubrey E. Bradshaw UI. 

Ihe brick was given in marriagr 
by her father. Mrs. Harry Frizzel" 
'was matron of honor. Bridesmaids 
were Misses Joan McDanids, Rsta 
Boone and Teresa Donati. Junior 
bridesmaid was Miss Audrey Friz- 
Mil. David Clark was ring bearer. 

Dickie Iliomton was best man. 
Groomgnen were Harry Frindl, 



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Saoiaers Md Eraeat Pi«l Si«|« 
were married Saturday at t pJ^. 
in Great »idge ItarlM CSwrch. 
The Rev. W. A. fcidiardson p«"- 
formed Ae cerasimy. 

Ihe bride is the dai#ler of Mr. 
and Mrs. James Alton Saundere of 
Virginia Beach, "rtie groan is the 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Emert Lin- 
wood Sawy«* of Virgil^ Beadi. 

Ilic Wde \)fas ^v«i to marria^ 
by »»r father. Miss DiaiK Jean 
Saunders of Viigmia B«K:h was 
Maid d honor. &i(tosm«ld3 wers 
MiaeB MarUyn Jeanne Sawyer of 
OMM^eeke and ^ella heaeGoe^ 
win d Vi^ima Beach. * -^ 

Mr. SawytT w» beat nam for 
Ue msn. Groomsm«»< were Jsee 
mmxi SmNar, lie&ar of the 
hridestxan. el Virgtoto'Beach and 
Qwi^, Cornell CaOee of Mor- 
Jmc. 

A rec^ftton was h^ to ^ 

chardk Mdal hril: After a we*' 

tog tr^ to liorth CawMna, Me 

Q^KigU will live (» Seaboard Road, 

migtola ieadL 



Mri. JohaaBB to a sative of \^- 
tm Itach tai^ Mvcd tf her 
He wM her ptfttta, flie 9pryt, 
her d^ iMrtitiwra. She was 
miy daa^ftts. thef mere 
tq> in Foit Stacy dwtog 
tte p»tod what Vnm weie herd 
tor eeeryene. Aad eld tiUmi i^ere 
mt tolled opes ae w^F^tog a p«r- 
seo wmk want. IAcb Ae mi 
Rob«t Mmsen (he is die bMlM* 
of Reeves) were nrarried, e?ery- 
ttiii^ they fumisi^ their bnne 
wtth was "shiny and new". After 
years d living with the modem 
sblff, they found then»elves (Us- 
SBlisfied with it. 



Tbdr betored dangler Pkt, 
%W» txa^ fcitfh Ju^ biion hta: 
imUi^ 'itf a few yun, t^a 
brcn^tf stutc heartbreak ta^ 
Uielr IwnM, Bik! t^n tiieii- prime 
factor ta- ftocUj^ and r^riqg 
the aikiqiMB. fev«i v^Ma tkB mm 
a mUe giri, ^ \md 'di thfi^' 

firsi, Mr. and Mfi. ^shosM kekd 
for antkpies ^ 9Wt Uxi soon it 
was a fid]-tin» fao^y home p»4- 
eelieraU. 

Their loaee on ifiOl-^Vigj^ 
Beach Bhd to Ogmm m a h»ae 
to ewtf eenae d^ mm^mm 
tsni M&ag and m^ to-^e pre*- 
enee d tow is ev«ywhere. The 
antlers', woods haw been sanded 
(town aiul reHnidi«i to show Mie 
origiosd/grMn to aO ito beauty. 
designs in fdxica and pettt-foiirt 
afid to tt^ odor, ru|S and cur- 
tahis. and s!ip«!fven>' and piHom 
blend b^M^funy with ^a^are, 
toMMtoada aad lamfs. Asd 
lhoft0k Pat is i^one, her pff d 



He mtdie d Ae house a as 
m9efy ae file taMs. Aa old wen 
was MIt by the Mmbs, and a 
'osHttif boggy' ben eowttry to 

raBBQPPVHa SnS m SpMBBOr, SB 

ehMMMeaei beach mm. wd 
many dtm totereettog i^ns blend 
wm tae goifaDUi nowen sm 
1^ itMdl ttiM far tke m^ 

mrndti. 

Afl t^ W(A is done by the 
Mapoffi wetter it be r^ottag 
6r rtftot ii W n fl Ike aaMpeey aU^ 
beatito to the oHMi^^ aad nMld^g 
ptonp tor addtten to llkhr base 
to In^tag mm A^ ^rmgm, Md 
nuddi^ their yard a ^ace of pea^ 
end tranquiU^. 

The Robert ^laMtT have a 
hoiBe\ Aat is trdy a treasure iraiBe 
to' every sc^ise of Ae word. 



VIWJINIA BEACH-Mtos Do- 
kNres Ame Fteu^saQ and U. (i.g.) 
Jdin Kristain Kalafus were mar- 
ried Saturday at U a.m. to Ik. 
Gri^ry Ae Great CaAolfc 
Churdi. The Rev. Pascal ^p, 
O.S.B., perftMined Ae cerenway. 

The britto is Ae dau^tfer of 
Mr. aad Mrs. M^Kne Warfea Pmt- 
»li of Nerfelk. The brkfeptsom is 
the sen of Ifr. airi Mrs. Jobm 
fidwacd Kfktmd Salan. Ohto 

Hie brMe was gtvm to 
riage by her Mher. Mtos Palri^ 
E^is of BriteviM, Neb., wu miii 
of han«-. ftideamakto weie MtoM 
Baibara KaMus of YiMiii||>i>fn, 
Ohio, beA atoters of Ae Mi^ 
ffwm, and Joam Vn#an ef Wm- 
Mk. Janet Peweidl, ^ator oC Ae 
bride, and D^Jwah Katofta. 
of Ae brldfegraeni, wve 
^Is. TimoAy Swickard wai ^ 
bears'. 

U.4i.) WtiUe Ehner of 
^k, UL, vaa beat anaa. 
OfHtt^N^U! (j.g.) RomM PDinr 
of Roaaoke, U. j.g. Ndaon Mills 
of Otsego, Mich., U. (j.g.) Ned 
9>epard of Dayton. Ohio, and Era. 
Stephen Lane of Knojodlle, Tem. 

A reception was held in Ae 
Chief Petty a^ficers' Cub, Naval 
Air Station, Oceana, ihe cou^ 
left fbr a weddig trip to the Blae 
lUd^e Mountatos. 



aaoefy Joteen pevi fram geeo^ «aifHe ftrMwwe #«» a 
ceBediini Pat tegai atol' wUdi to new Joel abont compMe. Ilierf 
to real candy to the aatfq^ caady Jars ea Ae lAehrM to the badt 
wUch she always has fer Mtfle guesto wfae eeme to vfait m^ 




Eaegaat dtoh^ toeaa at f^bw OB nnBtatkNi i^ 
GMve ovcrieekfa^ the James Rivor. 



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fldANA BRAtfTY ACAOHIRY ^Af BiAUTY ACADEMY 

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DUMJBY — CBESaOM 

' mSFOUa - Miss |f adde Amie 
C3i^soa became the bride of Mm 
Bryaiv Dudley Jr. Saturday M 4 
p.m. in titt chapel of Knox Pref- 
hyterian Church. The doi<)le ring 
jceremony was periomied by Ae 
Rev. Robert Ramey Jr. 

The bride is the dau^tw d 
Mrs. Ah^eny Everett Chessmi. of 
Noi^oik and lUchard W. Cbeesra 
d Ae Panama Canal Zone. Ste 
is Ae niece of Mrs. Itor^Eur^ Hida 
of Norfolk. TIm brki^room is the 
SM of Mr. wA Mrs. John heym 
I^wUey of Back Bay, Vir^ito 
Beach. 

Ihe tiride was givoi to marriige 
t^ ha unck. Fred Saunders. 
Miss Janice Monds of rtrgfaua 
Beach was her maid of honor and 
o!dy 8tte.ndant. 

Daniel Dudley of Bwk Bay was 
Ms brother^s best mip. GrocMos- 
ttmk vrare Ftoyd B<»ny Jr. and 
Dean Itevis. holCa of Back Bay, 
Old Jolm Patarick Hoi^MJce. 

A snail reccfptkto was givoi to 
the home of Ae bride. After a 
dmi wedding trto, the coi^to wffi 
Uvie to Back Bay. 



Hie ihtot 

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MMCABDILANNRAflS 




BAYES-JONK 

RIOMCMD - Ifr. and Mrs 
Rsbm R. Ha|a announce th* 

ol Ann, to David Caraea Jeoes ef 
Vir^iria Beadi, n^Mw of Ittt. 
W. B. S. Graa^ of Vii^inia Beaeh. 

&£aB Hayes wfs graduated fnkn 
Averett CoBi^ to DaaviBe, Va. 

Mr. JoMa to mi ^igliA major 
A the Ui^vo^ ef Rtohmond. 

Miss Hayes is the granddau^ter 
of tote Mr. a R. Hayet of Man- 
cheater, Eng^nd. "~~:7'"~''~ 

HAVE?«-GREEN 

VntciilA BBMH 4 Mr. and 
Mrs. VAfter M. Havens aiuiounce 
Ae engagement of (heir dau^^er, 
Jifi!^ Ltoda Carole Havens, to Itob- 
ert EQiott Green. 

Mr. Gr«» is Ae son of Mr. and 
Mrs. William Carroll Green Jr. 

Miss Havens and Mr. Green are 
both grMhiates d Pifocess Anne 
Hi^ Sdwol. / 

The wedding wiB take place Dec. 
4 to Star of the Sea CaAohc 
€3iurch. J- 



ifr. Timey to Ae am at Mr. 
aad Ito. Rsbert Knapp Tteney of 

CnoR 
^ iPnaHiic <«■ take piaee neat 



DAVES-aie^! 

VIRGINU MIACH - Mr. and 
Mrs. Itoy Fay Daves axBBunce Ae 
engagsmait of their dwiglt^. Miss 
Stsan Mlzsbeth DavK, to Warrant 
0£!toer Candidate Sanntol Edvrard 
McGee UI, USA. 

Mr. McGee is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Samuel E. McGse Jr. d Vir- 
ginia Beach. „^*i3»«~iiS 

BoA Miss Dav^ and Mr. IifeGee 
me 1964 ^^adaAes cf Prtee^s 
Araie ni^ Sdiool and attoklea 
Old DcmlBsai OoQege. , ^ 

Bfr. j^fe^Qae |i..atla|^to|H|w 
Army 'PHtefoy Bcicopter Scfi^ 
at Fort W*«i.^fiit. ? * 

No date has bees sd for the 
wedcUi^. 



Mas Aadsritp #as graduated 
from Princeas hssm H^ SdMxd 
aad wiD be gradiurted to .tane f rwn 
Roamn Co&ge, Salon. She is 
predd^t d Qa Qbm^ sorority 
and is a member of C^utUnal Key, 
\iramMi's natkmel tomor society ^ ' 
Phi Society, academic Yaa» so- 
ciety. 

Mr. "nimey was graAiated firom 
Rdffioke C^lege i^m^b he was a 
member of Pi Ki|^ I%i frtfter- 
nity. 



WHITE-M&1£R 

VIRGINIA BBAOH - Mr. and 
Mrs. Fred P. Whtte announce the 
oig^onent d Aeir dai^hler. 
Miss Molly Am White, to Jennea 
fidwmi Miller. 

Mr.,|liUer is the son of Mr. and 
Mx% iMftA. Mller. - *-.-y^: 

Miss ^te is a graduate d Prin- 
cess Aime High School. She at- _ 
t^ed Mer^lA CoU^e to Ra- - 
leigh, N.C., «id is in technical 
training at Norfolk General Ito»- 
pitaL ^ 

Mr. MiU^ is a paduate of Prin* ^ 
cess Anne Hi^ Sdiool and Chowan 
College in Murfreesboro, N.C. He 
is a pre-med stud^it at Old Do- 
minion Colbge. , ^ -•■ 

The wedAng is set for JClHr}^ 



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BAGLEY-HARRIS 

NORFOLK - Mr. and Mrs. W. 
L. Itegley annoiBtce Ae engage 
nrait of Aeir dai^er, Mias 
J^uuM ElizjdieA Bagley, to John 
Tfa(»me Harris. 

Afr. Harris is the k» of Mr. and 
Mrs. Deiwy Harris of Vii^a 
Beach. 

Miss Ba^ey graduated from Per- 
quimans Ootmty Hi^ School, Hert- 
ford, N.C, sbA from Norfolk Gen- 
eral Hospital School of Profession- 
al Nursing. 

Mr. Harru graduated from Prin- 
cess Anne I^ Sdwol and is at- 
toiding OM t)(»nihloQ College. 

The w«idii^ wiU take place Dec. 
12 » Lynnbavoi Cotony Churdi of 
Christ, Virgbna B«Kh. 




IBARBER-MAGLONE 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Mr. and 

Afrs. R^^inak! Barber araKMUKe 

the Q^afsnent of their daughter, 

Miss JuAA Marto Barber, to Ar- 

.Aur D. Mai^e. 

Mr. Maglone is the san of Mr. 
and Mrs. Marvto Ma^one d De- 
cai^, niiMis. 

Miss Barber will be graduated 
in Jime fnan Princess Anne High 
Schod. Mr. Mi^kme is serving in 
Ae U. S. Navy. 

No dato has been set for the 
wedAng. 




8AWYER<X)WDER 

VIRGINU BBAICii - Mr. and 
Mrs. Hug^ Sawyer aaiounce Ae. 
engagemert d their daughter, Miss 
Susan Sawj^r <rf . Lexington, Ky., 
to Web^r Lyter Oowden Jr. of 
Sprini^iel^, K^. 

Mr. CxmdKr is Ae S(hi of Mr. and 
^Mrs. VHtbAes lifiesr Cowdoi of 
Lexington, Ky. 

Mi^ Sawyer is a graduate of St. 
Mary's JunkM- CoU^ Ratei^' 
N.C. She attended l4ry BaUwm 
Collie and graduated firom the 
University of K«atoc^. 

Mr. Cowdeo ^«kwtod from the 
Darlii^toQ Sdiool, Rome^ Ga. He 
attend^ Wash;n^on iBid Lee Uni- 
versity and gri^rted from Tran- 
sj^ania CbO^ to Lexii^n. 



^ DECHERT-FULLKir'^^- 

\miUttSONMXtG-Mr. and 
VttSHr^&aa-fia^^^ •& 
1& eagagatnoit oflneir dmi^ 
ICias Laciada f^endle^ Dechertr' 
to Itevid Chipman Fuller. t 

Mr. FXiy«- is the son of Mr. and* 
Mrs. Charles Newell Fuller of Vu> 
gmia Beadi. 

Miss Decbert attaided Monte 
Rosa Coll^ in Mcmtreux, Switza>, 
land. Mr. FuUer attended Hemp- 
den-Sydney College where he waa 
a toetd^ d Kappa Alpha Order, 
and received a B.A. d^ee m 1964. 

A December wedcfaig is plaiaied. 




HALE-VOORHES 

VZROZNIA BEACH - Mr. and 
Mrs. Denny D. Hale announce the 
engagement of Aeir daughter, Miss^ 
Cheryl A. Hale to David L^ Voor- 
hes. 

Mr. Voorhes is tte son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Voorties. 

The weddtog wiD tals place My 
16 m Thalia Lynn Baptist Chunch, 

Miss Hale t.s attending Princess 
Anne Hi^ ScbooL Mr. Voorhes 
graduated from I^tocess Aime 
High in 1964. 



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ANMSSBON-TURNEY 

VntGHOA fSEA<M - Mr. and 
Mrs. Hetl»«t R. Anderson an- 
houKx Ae eqgi^anedt d Aeh 
daui^to-. Miss Marilyn Gail An- 
dsrson, to Rcbert Koapp Tuiaey 
Jr. 



SKS90N-LAND0N 

VIRGINLV BB.\CH - Mr. ^ 
Mrs. Hugh Hamilton Ssson an- 
mwnce the engagement of their 
daughter, Miss Mary ItoouKon Sts- 
son, to William Patterson Lzmdoa 
Jr. ■ J 

Mr. Landon is the son of Mrs. 
Willisn Patterson Umdon and the 
late Mr. Landon. 

Miss Sissm is attemfag (M Do- 
<tunion CoUsge. I8s. Landon at- 
tends Virgkua Ptdytedmic In^ 
tute. 

A Decemb^'wedAng is jrianaed. 

Hn^L-FARlNHOLT 

VIRGINIA BEiAm - Mr. and 
lbs. WM»& E. im aDnoaaie the 
engagemeal of tfadr daoghtFT. 
Miss Sally Margarrt HiU of Rich- 
oMffid, to John Leroy FariiAolt IV. 

Mr. Farmhok is Ae Km of Mr. 
and Mrs. Jdm L Farinhoh of 
GkNice^er. 

The weddiig will take place IXjc. 
26 in St. Tbtt%se Catholic Churdi, 
Gtouc^ter. 



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HATSAL^ 

VniGD*IA iilACH- Women ef 
St. FVands ^risc^ ONUch wffl 
hold a M hat safe ^ the chwtA 
on Rt^mtnt Road Octoba- 22 d. 
10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and on t^ 23ni 
from n am. m. 

Uto ^ddic is invited to vtow aod 
punhaae &e ikw laS atgitt. 



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LET'S TALK FASHION 

By ALICl BREWER V^ITE 



^ L to R Ci^ J«Mph Pirter, Mn. A. N. F9X. Mm. 
Mn foiMB mi W. Sdiwab. (Staff HmIo) 



jMq* PariNT. A. M. Fis. Mra. F. A. KmsIi, 




By ALICE I^WUR VTHITE 
Mr. m4 tb». Artpteherry vaca- 
tioni^ in fconw, were b^g Aown 
throi^h Uie «jk»lwrt. "Now this 
rooai it wHera tht Christians 
dre^ed to l^' the U(»s," said 
the guide. Whara^wo Mrs. Apple- 
bsrrjr iaquir«l, 'But hem does one 
dress to fi^ Uons?" "Very slow- 
w-w-w-ly". rttortwi the guide. So, 
now we teow! However, to fight 
the wolv»«it4h9-|KW^I-a f t • r-six 
these eveiri^p it's ea^ to fight 
thsm with pmMy a wide-skirted, 
tango-len^ (rffieer'i cost in sabl3, 
lay fourteen indite from tiie floor 
with a little bMded chemiss un- 
demeitfii, just durtlng the knee 
bonel! Or pc^lU^ Ow »nal1est 
dr€«! of bla<* ermine? ... The 
snail dreikS is rao^wit right now, 
«xor^ to VOCWE, especially 
those with a very tow hipbone bdt. 
Devaat aUa^ to ft ln b^k wool, in 
brown iMf, 




Vii^pMa iMch SUN, Thuf«toy, Oflertw 21, 1#W 



ALISBEE 

Nwnestead injprraaes ym of gai- 
tility and elegance sold fliat is juM 
what you find in the fa^kms m- 
sidc: fashions for the Ladi^ tjf 
Virginia. It's maaiag tl» high 
fasWon type duds you find here 
at such good who)«a(ne bu^et 
prices.. You're not «» "to" sbt^iper 
'Ul you've visited ROSE HALL! 
... H you have the good fortioie 
to board a Braniff Intematkuial 
airline plane, be sure to-Tiotice the 
uniforms worn by the airline hos- 
tesses. Tlwy have rec«itly been 

ilite fiir. oolourer^3rt3..r^ ^.JSJ 



Mn. Joha B. Kevflle. Thomas MeiMrts, Mn. Thwiai iyeharli aMi Mr. aad Mrs. Hv Myen. 




L to R Mrs. Patrick Kavanan^ Mrs. Stepliea Mnady. Stephen Maady and Patrick Kavanaiigh. 

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Kempsville 
Garden Club 

KEIMPSVEiiE — Tha Septamber 
meeting of the Ksmpsville Garden 
Club was held at the home of Mrs. 
Jdin Moore, 5156 Amberiy Road. 

"The Art of Flower Arrange- 
msnt" was presented by Mrs. Mai- 
cokn Todd, gu^ i^eaker. 

Tbe Princess Ame Plaza Gar- 
den ChA members judged tfie ar- 
rangemoits and awarded a gold 
ribbon to Mrs..W. A. fallings, 
blue to Mrs. J. C. Lilley, and red 
to Mrs. Jdin W. Moore. 

For horticuHure. blue ribboiK 
to Mrs. H. D. Puj^ and Mrs. 
Iilom^: r«d to Miss Kathleen 
O'Rouike, Mrs. Pugh, and Mrs. 
Moore. 




KenDetk F. 
Bailey ai^. Mr 



Faulkaber, ^lim 
and m|l G. H. 

This week indeed (rf telltog yo« 
where I went Saturday ni^ I am 
going 16 see if ycu can tell by« 
reading the column. 

The club is managed by Mr. 
'Edward LoweH. The " Assistant 
Manner is Al Wenzel. 

When we entered the cli* the 
gu«te were still eating. 1^ Philip- 
pino waiters were exceBait. Their 
nances are: Ray, Jimmie, Ronme. 
Rudy (the<clown), Al Meinar and 
FeUx. Oscar is the dwC ami witi# 
his heteers Willie and Walter they 
had prepared a wondwful meal. 

•Hie dinner n^u: seafood let- 
ter, boneless strip, lobster A La 
Newburg, prime rite and sdt dieiU 
<n^)s. Sorry, I batf ti mdte you 
hwigry-especiaDy ^ you are on a 

dirt. 

•niMe having dinno- were: Ifr, 
ft Mrs, C. J. Carpenter," Mr. t^ 
'Mrs. C. A. Stodda, Mr. A Mrs. 
FleHing Jeter, «iri. Jidta Clay- 
inan, Mr. & Mrs, Gewi^ H. Davis 
and Mr..& M»^ Edgar M. Mc- 
Ctrais d Norfolk 

Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Kavammgh, 
Mr. * Mw. Stefe Mnady. Mr. * 
Mn. fhooMS B. BaiUm, Sr„ Mr. 



Kennetb Faulhaiier, Mm. 
Davis. (Staff Pboio) 

* Mrs. W. C. Ci^ee ad Mr. k 
Mrs. R. H. Thanpson. 

Tbs fns0c hour for dandi;([ 
Parted wttb a wave d the baloo 
by Ge«^e AirUae. Tbtt ordie^a 
played music of all Uads fronv a 
Out CSia to jitteHwg imisk:. 

It was so very nice to see some 
had their mothers long ixltt the 
party. Tlie mothers were: 
Mrs. Jd?a B. Kevib and liq|. J. 
W. Bafley. My oompUments ta tbs 
lovely and most inactive cotti- 
ers, 

Otha^ sea diffii^ ^ ili^' 
were: Mr. it Mrs. Jote Ma d iry . 
Mr. A Mn. T. S. TliiikmlriNii, 
Cawmaader & Mn. F. A, Koch, 
Capt. * Mrs. JoMph &iriut, Bfr. 
ft Mn. A. M. Fn. Nn. Mrme 
ami Walter Schmih. Mr. ft pk% 
H. M. Myers. Mr. ft Airs. Kcania 
F. Faaftaher d Oe^^snd, OUo, 
and Mr. ft Mrs. flmtam WUbmHk. 

Bo you know where I was Sat- 
urday nigtt? Ilie n»ne of *e dub 
spek backwards is ^a»AC. Tuni 
this nanM arouBd and you wil 
!»ve it 



A Tea iKHioring mw, prospwAive 
and ohl nmtken will be given 
Octcter 17 ^ the home of the 
president, Mrs. John W. Moore, 
51S6 Amfcerly Road. 



ionit, bsfcy-canwl wool or just any- 
thing that ^^als to you. It's real- 
ly nsw: tiny cap sleeves extend- 
ing to the t^ of ic^m, newer 
than sleeve^essiiest. toiil 
W^SHiPNAUJai 
Thorou^^Sood's Mrs, Le Itoy 
&ieT, pofxUlu- c'.ub woman and 
draifnatic performer here- 
abouts, w^ing a sweeping soft 
wool cape, ivory-toned with a 
matching wee mulf and hi^ sheik- 
like ti^an. She tdd us she had 
to "go Attsbee one better and wear 
two hats" and darned 'i she didn't 
wear a scai'et Turkish fez atop 
her pretty head with a high wool 
turban topping that bcnind 'round 
with a colorful pheasant feather! 
. . . Mrs. W. L. Chronister, of 
•Chesapeake, sat across frwn your 
Aliabee at the wlgfashion lunch- 
ton last "nifRlay at Ofrjcers Clirb, 
N.O.B., wearing a tovely light 
biege wool ajit with rounded la- 
pals on the (^at and a roomy mink 
pillbox, telling us her big hobby 
is reading and how much die an- 
tidpa?£d and enjoyed the Chesa-» 
pcake Bookmobile visits to her 
neighbarhood! . . . Capta'n L.W.S. 
Cummins' plsarantly cijatty wife 
of ChssO'peton Colony, at the same 
&"cnt, wore a Mondriw gecmctric 
designed "Oliver" cap in b?ige, 
red. green aed Kack jfeometfies 
and was as lively a kmchetih 
Deigld»r as on3 could wish for! 
...j. Mrs. Earl P. Yat3S, an at- 
^^^reaid l^y 83'.^ayeet res- 
•IWP^Bf ^S.'*i^ famous 
"gcod 1itt!'a black number", with 
the air of a haute couture manni- 
ktn! Incidentally, siie was her 
most gracious self at the recpnt 
N. 0. B. JanYestown Room lun- 
cheon given by the Squadrcm 8 
Amphibious Forces of Little Creek! 
. . . Mrs. Earl W. Keegan. Wood- 
side Road, Virginia Eeadi, is a 
trim-fashioner, and has a ^}arkley 
telephone voice even when she's 
wooing y(HJ for a "To Wig Or Not 
To Wig" fashion showing for her 
U.S.S. America Wives yesterday at 
the Little Creek Officers ClUb. 
<Hers is a great a»ise of hmnor, 
too! ) . . . And lifrs. J. D. Adkins, 
AsrHc Avenue, can't wait till she 
vltws sfat of her menr.bers model- 
ing wigs ard hsts for the eight- 
thirty evenmg show at the Little 
Creek Cub next Wednesday ev2- 
nng saluting ths ladies <rf the 
Cirricr Airwing Wives Group! 
(Tnese Navy and Army officers' 
and service msn's wives groups in 
t h e Virginia Be^h-ChesapealK 
a.-^as are extrcnrly conscious of 
being corr«;tly dressed— pertiaps 
only aocordtfig to their fadiion 
budgets-but it. is a pleasure for 
yotir Alisbee to meet th«n, visit 
wjlh them and put on various 
fashion events for their infonnaticn 
and, we ho"e their ,p'easure! 
FASHION SHOR'HS 
If you haven't paid a visit to 
flie di&rmlng premiss df Itose 
BblU (as everyone her«fcouts 
knows, the "shop for ladies and 
their daughters") by aU means 
drop in pronto because now they 
are rfwwing tfieir largest selection 
of Fall fashiwjs in sportswear, 
street dreses, suits, coats, kirits 
and dre^y clothes. As you drive 
in throi^ the main entrant road, 
this beauttftd old brick Vh-ginia 



Italian marquis who along wid) 
Chanel has been credited with be- 
ing cme of the greatest innovators 
in fa^ion history. Yet this for 
coloration layers of clothes. Worn 
on top in cold weadier is a re- 
versible wool coat in avocado 
green and melon, closed by a big 
zipper. The pillbox hat is covered 
with a multicolored print scarf 
matching a travel case. Under the 
coat goes a deep shockii^-pin)^ 



gidMrdlne niit The Aki wt^. 
The Jadwt sips and idl wpm with 
two-cokur boots! G^ sec ymir 

fashkm competitkm wlwn the 
Man-In-Your-Ufe goes hiking rff ia 
the "Wild Bhie Yom^"! <Just a 
tip to get going on those new budg- 
et-priced duds, whteh you cm fiad 
U you shop anwnd in the many 
attractive, bulging -over fadiion 
^res and shops in Vii^i^ B^ch. 
TEENIE WEENIES ON THE GO! 
It's nearly time now to trmrform 
your youi^stors into little "^wst^' 
and "p)Wins • for the Oc*>ber 31st 
merry-makingHFhat's why we've 
used lUSkNn'm fadiioia-fljMots 
as our fashion ptetures this week. 
Afta- all, isn't whippii^ v^ TBB 
Halbwe'en mystifying costisne a 
fashiutof-SMTts fw many harras- 
s^ Iktom? We hope you and your 
family will have a real ayw Hal- 

iMMk'Mt Hnfcwwr. "»>««»• AllSftWii! 

can't refrain from remindi!^ j^xt- 
all to be swct an adult accompanies 
the UAs when tiiey go out trkb 
or-treatii«. Get said aduk to wear 
a costunie|(a hobo, a pdiceman, 
a beach comber or what have you) 
and it won't k»k so c(»ttpicuous 
to »Mne "sfck" duuracter w^o 
wonns Us way into a py yoiMg 
group for ulterior ptnposes and 
sad experiences to some d mir 
young. 



» * VIRGINIA BEACH^ 

— ^-— OUR 'BUSY LADY* SE tl- -:-'-' ■ 

Because we feel working womm should work for beauty, we 
do all we can to make our iieauty services convenl«it. Are you 
a working girl who says, "Oh, I Just don't have tinw for beauty 
care"? It's time to get ac<niaiitted with us. 

904 LASKIN RD.. VIRGINIA BEACH rhaWI M ijlf 1 

OUR NORFOLK LOCATION 

7500 Graaby St., W«nk Coraer — Pk. Sft3-ltn 





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SHOPS FOR THE LADIES AND THEIR DAUGHTERS 

Now is the time to select iyour new coat or sui^^when 
we ^hm>e so many wonderful fall i<alues in every impor- 
tant ne^v silhouette, ' t . . . 

Open Monday & Friday evenings tU 9 pm. 
3133 Vft. Beach BM. Va. Bsach, VIrglnit 



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In the eaHy 1900's beautiful pavHiont and beech 
homes lurad vacationer* to Ocean View. 

. . . Then H. D. Oliver had Iseen serving more 
than 40 years. 

A small puffing brain t»oug^ visitm ffcm NwCoQt to 
Ocean Vkw Beaches. Lovely hotels and beach paviUou 
grew up almost oi^nd^t. Oceai View was a pc^Nilar 
resort for many ipiles up and down the coast. Ilien 
H. D. Oliver,^ fimg since estabUdied a reputation for 
providing t|te moat respected and dignified Innlal funoral 
services. , 

Today Ocean View beaches sUn ^tntct sumimr victors 
and modem nwtds are fiDed e«^ry suRsnn'. H. D. 
Oliver has continued to grow wad save. Two fine boRWS 
one in Virginia Beach and a eaiMhle, experieneed staff 
liable H. D. Oliva- to haadk yoidf every need. (M na 
H. D. Oliver for tiw finest, taost com{d^ sa*vice. 



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Exciting new pattBcn 
tnthe 
FIRENZE^ 
COLLECTK»l 

WA,l.t»A.OB 

This it nreoza ia to 
pnreit Ions - a Ufand 
shaft onymd4a<iiaM il»- 
liaf. A kfaogr ollStfi Oea- 
tury Flonoce, in file ikape 
<tf today. Come ifl^ MS oar 
fiyenzeCdBecrtoit 

4ad, tfyonbuy ft 16-piece Servloe for 4dEiii^fte 
ioftiW^BHnn of Royal Satin, yoa pt four cUM ff» 
Mtm^ A $174 vahM for $145. AiwftyoD IM 
pi^^ |Bttii« manied? 

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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, October 21, 1965 

iMch MMiliif Coqi. 
Owners Of Ttie 



Virginia Beach Sun 



911)8 Pacific Avenue 



>?ished Evsry Tfiurtdey , 



Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451 



H. JOS9H LOWENTHAL, M. 
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dSM mattia- In U« |^ offlee it Vftglnm Beack. Vn., Q^ir te set ol Man* S, ur» 



WiOriadljMMI per 
iwn^MAUY SPEAKINQ 



Sukicrl]Mai rirtes by mail 



Oi^kle ctty-^l^2S f» amvm. 



we Like The Tiiree 'Bills' 



In less than two weeks, the voters 
-©fihe new Third Senatorial District w»*l 
go to the polls to choose three State 
Senators to represent Virginia Beach, 
Portsmouth and Chesapeake. There are 
six candidates, three of whom are ex- 
perienced and competent legislators. 
The other three have xiever served 
In state offices and have had no- expe- 
rience in state governmental affairs. 
To our way of thinking, in this particu- 
lar election, we must elect those with 
experience, and those who have al- 
^ady proved that they can work well 
together. Since this is the first election 
of the new Senatorial District, we must 
have Senators who can and will work 
together for the commbn good of the 
three important cities. The Republican 
Candidate, the Conservative candidate 
and the Indeperxient candidate are all 
fine men, qualified under the law to 
ilun for public office, but we cannc^r 
^sider them the best nrten to f ill thm ^ 
Sena^ Ssats. ^ * 7 

The three Q^mocrat candidates harve 
already sho\A(^ t^^ir ability to win^, In 
#ie hard-fought Democratic Primary 
last Ju^yKAJ fhat time the field was 
narrowwl from five to three. The vo- 
iars of the Diffrlcf pteked the men tfjey 
#©f»idereiL to be be^ c^lified. they 
^KHe <Mie man from each of three 
0^is In the District. To us, tNs was a 
GC^rrect choice. IMow these same three 
ii^m are wni^ ar^ fanning as a team 
yi^$h9 Gwwrai Ehtfion. They each' have 
ifie best interests of their own city at 
heart, as wei! as the best interests of 
rtie new Third Senatorial District. The 
^ee Democrat candidates are the 
ttfrw "Bills": William P. Kellam of Vir- ' 

tfnia Beach; W)!liam H. Hociges pf 
hesapeake; and William B. Spong, Jr. 
of Portsmouth. We heartily endorse, 
^ ^|;^ort and urg^ the election of the 
rf»ree"Bllte." , ' . 

K^lwfi^, a <nernber of the Virginia 
House of Deli^al^ dufirig the last ses- 
#^df tfW Virginia General Assembly, 
%ls proved h» ability as a legislator. 
We like what Sve starfds for, and ^he 



legislative ppogam for which he stands. 
He has promised to work for greater 
cooperation among communities, qual- 
ity education, increased tourism, indus- 
trial development, aid to farmers, man- 
agement and labor, reapportionment, 
highways and bridges, and no further 
increase in Real Estate Tax. Thii indeed 
is an ambitious program, but one that 
we can readily support and endorse. 
Kellam's election would mark the first 
representation in the State Sejnate by 
a Virginia Beach man, thus giving the 
"World's Largest Resort City" a new 
voice in ^tate govern n^nt, 

Hodges has represented the City of 
Chesapeake in the House of Dele- 
gates since 1962. He too has taken an 
active part in the enactment of impor- 
tant legislation, and has proved him- 
self an excellent legislator. His pro- 
posed legislative program is also easy 
-for us to endorse. It includes expansion 
,^f mental health facilities, improved 
Hducation, retention of 100 percent of 
Federal Impact Funds for education 
&nd i(nproved highways. 

Spgng served one term in the House 
of D*egates and has been a member 
of the State Senate, representing Ports- 
nreulti, for ten years. Included also in 
his f experience as a state legislator 
is membership on tv)^o VALC study 
groups. As an Assemblyman he 
is respected by his fellow members. 
+Mr proposed legislative^ progratri 1J^ 
Include expansion of mental health 
facilities, addltior\al aid to education on 
alt levels and alleviation of local debt 
loads. 

We know the three "Bills" can work 
together, and we feel that they can 
best represent the entir^ Third Senator^ 
iai, District- in the General Assembly. All 
fhree are experienced legislators, and 
have the support of the Democratic 
iParty in Virginia. We know they can 
serve us best. We urge the voters of 
^fKis District, particularly in Virginia 
* B#»ch, to vote on November 2 for the 
three "Bills" . . . Bill Kellam, Bill Hodg- 
es and Bill Spong. 



HEADED f PR THE DEEP SH^ 



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(CoDtbued From Pagt D 
to tiw Jeetttiei. 

Tlie Mcmd question &aK wW> 
t^ OKSNiragaist d Uxn-ten in 
Vir^nia. |^| iooai s Ute y fa 
awtf fNeMMWHlIf ^ tM0 f^ 
sdurces. GoSWa MbIM Ai W 
0M9Hf canHtamm 

wornmMie tids 

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totirbn^, no Ow yfous vm- 
m d MMM rmt^ hf 8- 

i&fMfiif to beaMM. WMm n^ 
fesled a» ilai <]l adM, IM 
MMttd over tfie fact tfiat ptf^ 

lAli Wi to be taiW away Mr 
d# attfl pMs laN soHMtf, aM 
fi60MHtadM coflOoMffitofi of fls 

^d^im^^f ^u^AMWM^a^ y^Wl^tMi MMlk. 

EBTTCm JRI^flBni. IVeUSUI SUB" 

uoot K^ VK pi up aiii, wme s^kx^ 
sM SKtdCf^ m^ROnmded a <&- 
vftian of tHe stMe gt^vnumnt to 
tika i pclffive a|p^/ch. Wef- 
taol reconaii e mi ed hnmediat e 
afiff, btn Mig|Mto^ bom. Walker 
euuwpBo uK prolan no ptair 
■ea amor^ doe mne no rec- 





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The Bank Merger - A G ooil llleire 



the Charpllii-Burlage Machine 




he Chaplain-Burlage AAac^ine (or 
ll Mt Burtage-Chaplain Machine?) is 
l^ut as crude as Robert Fulton's first 
steamboat, although nov*^he(<r near as 
Irnportant in scope. The Wedgling Me- 
dline Is trying, with great difficulty, to 
get up enough 'Steam to get moving 
it Virginia ^eA^. Obviously what it is 
trying to dfe Is dd away with the f^ffO' 
party syst*^,^of which we are strong 

vocates. Its heroes, Burlage an^ 

aplain, are frying desperately to 

ler sufi^rt for their Machine wher- 

they can find it. They apparenffy 

not-<;f re, whe^p It comes from/, as 
^ _ as ^ If fdrthcoming! At the Ma- 
tine's recent orgar^zational meeting, 

ich fifty-nine persons, including re- 
ars itt%nWd, the builders of the 

chinf ^fildtd for suppbrt from I n- 
dependeh^, dissident Democrats stndi 
yes, evwi I^Kiyicans. They atpparent- 
ly do nat beHeve In the two-party sys- 
tem, or they ^^'^wrfd'not be as.king Vir- 
ginia 8^^ tipuWitans to put them- 
selves dtit d^ business. 

An *|^ai^ffy Irate Mr. Chaplain 
severely chastised the VHHinia Beach 
Sun last week for the headhne over the 
#ory ^verlr^ the Machine's Organiza- 
tronal meeting. It read, "Anti Group Or- 
ganize*." dtaplain claims the Chaplain- 
Burlage Machine is not anti-anything. 
ays they are [utt good Democrats, 
but admits their purpose Is to over- 
throw the dominafJt Democratic organ- 
itation in Virginia Beach. Somehow or 
other, that sounds like they are "Antis^ 
tft lie An'^ 'f thev realfy are such good 



Oemocrter^hy are they inviting Re- 
publicans to help push their Machine 
onto >he runway? 

We respectfully condone a two-party 
system. We think that responsfcle op- 
position makes for a most healthy cli- 
mate of government. In fact, we wel- 
cCHPne it. All we want to see is respon- 
sible opposition, based on responsible 
Issueif! 

tn-i'he opening speech of ^b Chap- 
lain-Burlage Machine organizational 
meeting, Burlage, attacked the power 
and "control" the present Organization 
has over the city government. But be- 
fore the meeting was over the speak- 
ers w«e seeking to gather support 
from their oy^n organization, in order 
t<5 turn it irtto a Machine to control 
the city government. 

We have asked, both publicly and 
privately, for some time for members 
of the Chaplain-Burlage Mainline to 
give us specific charges arid specific 
instances in which the Organiza- 
tion has erred. None have been 
forthcojpning, even though we have 
promised to print them. All the 
Qhaplain-Surlage Machine can do is 
rave on with generalities -^nd offer 
no evidence to back them up. That is 
not' responsibfe^oppositidn. 

We too urge all independents, dis- 
sidents,, and Republicans to join the 
new crusade, The Chaplain-Burlage 
Machine; that is, aN those who wish 
to do away with tht l^d^aff^ systetrf 
and responsibe gove#<Wrtent without 
knowing the reason <fM/. 



It came as no shock to us that the 
State's largest bank would be interesed 
in merging wih the Bank of Virginia 
Beach. First & Merchants Bank is a pro- 
gressive and wealthy institutior^, al* 
ways dedicated to the improvement 
of its facilities and to growth. It is a 
well-known and well-respecpected 
member of the banking world, and[ 
one that provides excellence to its 
customers. We will welcome First & 
Merchants to Virginia Beach. The Di- 
rectors of fhlit institution have obvious- 
ly. realized the potential of this area 
in light of the rapid growth of Tide- 
water. They are fully cognizent of the 
fact that this area is o^e of the fastest 
^t)Wfng sections of the United States. 
They are obviously fully aware of the 
fine job done up to this time by the 
Bank of Virginia Beach. They are aware 
that a small hometown bank has grown 
and expanded in twenty years to be- 
come a real force in the community. 
We commend First & Merchants for 
wishing to make an investment in 
the future of Virginia Beach. 

We have only one reservation. We 
are sorry to see the local identity of the 
Bank of Vii^ginia Beach go by the way- 
side, but we will be glaci to see the 
additional" service that will now be 
offered to the community and to the 
bank customers. We are proud of the 
Bank of Virginia Beach. In twenty years 
its growth has been remarkable, arjd 
it has served the needs of the citizens 
of Virginia Beach well during that 

Changing The Guard 

The guardianship of Kempsville 
Borough on Virginia Beach City Coun- 
cil has been changed. One fine gentle- 
man has stepped down, and another 
has taken his place. Swindell Pollock's 
decision to resign on the advice of 
his doctors has sacWened us, but 
Council's unanimous selection of Al- 
bert Lee Bonney as Pollock's successor 
has made us glad again. ^^ 

For eight years Councilman Pollock 
has served both Princess Anne County 
and the City of Virginia Beach well, 
and we shall miss hirn. His legislative 
judgement has been excellent. He has 
been a good Councilman, respected 
by his fellow Council rrtembers and the 
citizens of Virginia Beach. We wish 
him much success In the future. 

Councilman Bonney joins the ranks 
of City CoOnTEil well prepared. He has 
worked with that body closely s^t^ 
195^, first as a member Of the dW 
Prirtcess Anne County Planning C^fh- 
mission, then as a m^nbfer of lh# 
.Virginia Beach banning Cdmmis^irf^ 
'and most recently as Chairman of tha* 
group. He Is well qualified to be a 
member of City Council, and has th#" 
support of all^^ Democratic lead^s erf 
Virginia Beach. We look forward t6^ 
l^^^y's ccfritin^H service to the CHy. 
^M^h him h^h success ais GouhcH's 
!^ rffiSftnber; 



time. FurtherrfK>re, It has kept \/p vllfh 
the growth of the flty, and has ex-, 
panded into every area of Virginia 
Beach, and more recently mto Norfolk, 
in order to meet demands. It if a good 
bank, operated by good executives. 
And now it has taken advantage of 
a good opportunity to go a little farther 
Jn its desires to serve Virginia leach. 

One of the guiding forces behind 
the growth and success of the Bank of 
Virginia Beach is I. H. "Red" Church, 
the man who has lN»n President since 
the bank first opmM its doors in 194^ 
We commend-^. -Church f@r»a 
well done, and we are pleased that 
he will rertnain as the he^of the Brst 
&< Merthants operatio^M^ 4Mfe' 
Ifeach and Norfolk. wdwA #€| 
pleased that there wilt W' no m^t] 
shakeup of personnefand <lxecut?\/'e|' 
and that those vvho have otjme to know 
and admire will remefn on in/ their 
jobs or in simil# positions. 

Now we hop^ the jfnerger v^'HI be 
^proved by the stockholcfers of bo^ 
banks and by the necessary authorities. 
We feel that the merger Is In the best 
interest of progress arvi mweased serv- 
ice to the people of Virginia Beach. 
We again welcome First & Merchants 
B^nk to Virginia Beach, because now 
we will be represented by both of 
Virginia's largest banfting institutions. 

We mourn the loss of the Bank of 
Virginia Beach, but we applaud the 
beginning of a new institution . . . 
First & Merchants Bank. And we con- 
gratulate both banks on their farsight- 
edness Jn the proposed merger. That, 
after all, is w'hat progress \i all about. 

Our Congratulations 

The Virginia tteach Sun congratu- 
lates John* Fentress, Clerk of Virginia 
Beach Circuit Court, on his recent 
election as President of the Virginia 
Clerksr Association. Mr. Fentress is cer- 
tainly an aljle man, and one that we 
know to be worthy of this high honor.- 
We have been aware of his fine work 
at the Circuit Court for some time, and 
now we are pleased that he has been 
recognized by a statewide organiza- 
tion. As far as we are coicerned, the 
Virginia Clerks Association could have 
no better man to lead it in the coming 
year than Virginia , Beach's own John 
Fentress. 

We noto-^vifh interest that the Vir- 
ginia Clerks Association will hold its 
snmi^ convention af VirgftriFa t^mh 
next year. We are not certain, but wi§ 
suspect that Mr. Fenfre^ had a hend 
irt #iaf sefecffon. Fof fWaf, v»# th*^k 
hffff. We ere rffv^ays h^y to acW art- 
c^ef convention to the growing list 
of <*gani2afions that a^e findhit Vlr- 
girrti Ifeach the right place to meet. 

Again we congratutete Mr.' Ferness 

, prV hi^ election, ^nd ^te v(/ith prkie 

thrthe^is the third Constitutional C^hm 

of ^e Crty to be elec^ to sfatewidi 

0fk6 recewfly. 



lib &M que^iM ^ed about 
the coraHctnis 
ttftMrial growtfi on 
mt mm btOm. Gorftrfn agreed 
thA Qmn is a codHet, and ree- 
oBMiifiBded iRHnvdiate codaidflra- 
troli of preset ajGKles sbA 
itfifUB^im,- ISM the sss^^BSttSB^ of 
A« ptat^m to a state agency to 
R^ the h^ranfe water n^ds. 
Batten had ho comment on the 
gA^Ki, but sMd he woaM make 
aAMhtntd sbMfies. Kellan) recom- 
fl^inded a st^;^>ed-up campai^R 
by th( l^te Water Con^l Brard, 
K^fle fMgea recMionended the 
cfeatkn d Rwre authn^es ^m- 
fller to the Hamptoii Hoa& &ni- 
taticffi IMstrict CkMiMfiiastsp. ^piWS 
sog^sted mffl'e r^ cditnk aJRd 
an executive hfsndi agency oi 
planning and local CMuideratitm. 
Everhart said no further water 
pollution legislation is Mcessary 
m wtm of ^ fad that Vtt^h 
alre^ o^ttB copifardi hi Mi field 
and that the Fedeni gov e rnmeBt 
has rec&B/Oy enacted pdBxtioo 
legislation. Walkar caOed kx uih 
Umedl study and rese^^, m$ 
«>rr©eUon aiid enfQrc«n«Jt of 




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i^ttsfidn FfenifcH' Foot afeSi 
vtews <» api»t^iatii^ stfficoit 

i#m ff^pmen^^tfi!^ 
ym aaMi^ iMte!% ftnkb hirf 
|0M^ beeirem^^oyed and tMH 
they wmik! c(»thiue ta be laed, 
btrt at the sione time, saM in- 
crened fu«b wwrid be matfe from 
the G«i«td Fond fo rmentsi heaWi 
prt^ante. ^ 1^ mt^ an ovenA 
0^^ta m Mi. Holton said 
it ' is essehtte! that eoCK^i tnoney 
be provMed in this f^, and that 
moQeit »Owd he provided iot 
sAlei^ and facBttls to imait ac- 
creditation of all cm state hos- 
pitals. Kellanilmd Spong replied 
that diey favor, matefaing funds 
aiKi uelKfffl VMS MMey. Hoi^m 

pft)|vUfiQtB Mi tifjv he n0B& 
more tmosfBtnoa on matcnng 
F^edwsJ tofiSt, B^raAart tswn a 
nrfflnced uicreasi hi a{^vb|ir!atioifs 
aiid as ordoty ose of Federaf 
f modi tf tte mmteniiaMkm ^ 
the Tif^^Sis 414^ IfedBi ^u^ 
CMwiikiton are MIowed. Wi^ 
said Ns did not know whctifi^ 
iner^med state feaiAt #t9re neees- 
(sary because he had not reid Qie 
Coimnissiom teftaii, but that he 
w(inld not htm tttatchlng Federal 
fundr, sfQrMg flurt Federal funds 
art* fireet- bribes aid tovariably 
c<tfhf vHA Arft^p attached . 

QikHIim^ #^ asked dbout soo- 
port of any legislation to provide 
sufficient tahiAs for all l^ls of 
education. Godwm readied with a 
tteeepart jffogram for support of 
friroary ami secondary education. 
vpcitionaL and technical education 
and hi^io' learning. Basically, his 
I^rtt c^ hr increased salaries 
Of) ev«7 levd, aicreased faciliti«» 
aid expaaskm d prop>ams. Holttm 
said he would support any l^is- 
latitn, but he was particularly in- 
te^ed in the improvement of 
elemaitary and secondary pro^ 
grams. Kellam. Hodges and Spcmg 
said ^ they wwld suj^rt tegisla- 
tiui to provide funds for all levels 
of education. Everhart said hf^ 
would support programs to brin^ 
SttAt sdfeols and colleges to the 
natMBsI average. Walker said what 
le^atim wiU be needed will re- 
quh^ rnOre infonnation than that 
presently at hand, and {riaced ele- 
n^ntary ami secondary ecbcatim 
in an entirdy diff««nt categcxy. 

1^ next (piestion dealt with the 
need lor a sMewide sales tax, 
how it ^mM be ^ared wffli lo- 
calities, ami what otlwr sdurce*! 
of revenue are available to the 
state and tocaltties. Godwin aaid 
the seed kx a aeo^ral udn tKS 



be ^pai ^Mtt |» 
U^dm ll ta ai^ unto at 

biM^ Mmm* ^m km tt# 

Md eva^^ He did j|^» IfJ 

m 11 MselWf. tt 

gtmm, Mba sayi he ts Ml e«# 

m. mA suigettt m mm em- 

foot ffftftai of aMe AMI. &!■ 
fflA Miioiuf wMMr M MMWi 
a MtalWe iOa m, M^i^ 
M'eames, *e rti*B mtl 
a Mp|» rfMM to the iRaMi er 
ttfee or# • §rm riMlNr # m 
co^ of schools. tfodgM Ownn the 
side tax, with Ak amirywe Uwt 
teetfttJw already wMt» uim tti, 
wffl ff^ at least wwl wtif wmw 
recdvh«. S^eng fawri,the siM 
tw ff Kiyfhfng is to Mb itMt 
Wui debts, nentd berili md t$- 
ueatidhd aee«. If siyi •* 
aniotart to be rinded to Uw W. 
cdMes vmdd have to bt dei- 
teraMned by whaf p#r centum tear 
is eiot^ed, and m^ft^^S the f^ 
sftiHtty of ^te te6nne tax «i^ 
empttons conform^ to Fedefil 
masnpOBm. Iverinft sa^ flitf «i|l 
tax is needed to carry oat all^ 
mMrthmed pi^prams, iHb^^ ^^^ b 
•ihotdd be Ovmi to ttiiC wmm 
Aould M^ kMe «iy of AfelK 
pr ew Mt tacome. He sug^rted M 
oQOf soiarces of additional revonffc. 
Wa&er says tfiat VirgWa <feea 
ndt need anoOer tax soatie fof 
iHa^ use, but that if K wov pMsed 
he wouW urge that ifi the naoney 
remain in tin ft^fltlM fdr (Pr 
eifecation of public school chikfren. 
The League ot Wmnen voters 
a^ted wh^her \be candidates 
wnild OMtorse repeal of the poll 
tax and whether they would op- 
pose the Freehokkr Amemhnent. 
Odfwin sakT fe^ feK K would be 
ifhl^Oper to msks any statemenf 
Ml tlife p^ tax while two cases 
are pemttr^ in ceaii (fealing wflU 
Ae question, aM before clarHli 
ei0m on v^ ntSy is the law^ 
st {MPisait is sflV iM^cing. On the 
Wte^isiier ^mahaeat, Grodwiif 
'iM i^ is • WMef for the Gen- 
Mf /toMalfy, ^ce it has al- 



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Aot (fp^oSe the Fi'datrirtder Anfiwd' k.^ 
ment. KiSmti,.^fsaga and HodgeH '-J: 
mSS fliey wcNiU suppcrt ^ re< - 'I 
fmi of Ae pdl tnc and woohi op- 
pose the Fre^iolder AAMidniei^ 
iCverhart also stated Ms iiHiiefion ^ 
of s m yo rth ig r^eal of the poll 
tax, and (Opposition ol tfie F rctteW * • ' 
If Am«a)Aneni Waftter said hei 
wlvdd aM oppose fte /towndment, 
htrt fhaf ^ poll tax issue js Bo#' 
f0SStei to a Ciritllihitkinti (j^cteatkNi^ 
ij» court. ' 

The League's last Cfuestion asked 
what specific legislation would J)e 
pffipssM By the candS&tal. GeA- 
wta Cached his "Progtafti fbr 
ProgWtts." which incfades aB of 
Ate issues ab^ady befeie the pSb- 
He. HoitoR Slid his pnipattt ir Be- 
fng (Bstefteied Ariiy in mmpe i f l^s . 
KtMem sMhevftH work toe ffm- 
er eO(^«rs0on among co ft rnm a W tt; 
tpuB^ edtertkwi; tocrea^ toBr-~^ 
Hin', fidb^Hai devefapm«M; aU 
h ftamers; manana^wfflt iftd 
Infeor; reapportiwBnert; Mf^tmiy 
wid hri<^s; and no ftutter *»• 
'"■ease oi ral estate taotes. thUg^ 
said te wouM support «c^ffileb 
'^f mental healQi fadHties, pM- 
tieularfy for retofded tMdtm; 
«k^>tkm of the "Godwm Plm" !«• 
im'proved education; ret^MkM of 
«*% of Federal Ftofe for e4»- 
catkm; and improved highways. 
Spong menticmed no specific leg- 
islation, but said that he is a . 
rhember of two VALC stwfy groii^ 
and wiU probably be a^ed to 
sponsor some of their bills. He 
acMed that the record will con- 
firm Us i»st stands on most 
<|ttfeslfoi» consistent with answo^ 
to the League questionnaire. Ever- 
hart stated that he has ah-^Kty' 
propo^ the strengthenuig of Vir- 
ginia's Coriflid-of-Interest la^, 
but since his campaign recpiires a 
timed release of infcnin^cm. he 
prefers not to submit any addition- 
al informatHMi. Walker said his 
program was the sanoe as in the 
last Senate conte^, containing two 
planks, t^es and Ixidget and 
capital improvonent progrms and 
fimds. He said t^ questkumaira 
did not allow «iough space fcMC 
the outUning of the pn^ams, but ■ 
that cc^iks w(MiM soon be fdaoK/ed 
ami miNnitled to Uie Leagoe. Be ' 
thep {Mimiiae^ to answer «9 

(pK^kHS. 

AH d the Sens^ q^nAdatos 
rqxvtecOy have pnunised to nw^ 
with the hatgkt before etoelkn for 
anapUffeattoQ of tb^ i^ewt . 



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and Poll Tax bills have been mailed by my 

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To itfawdrte more luAcrart to ar- 
tiri^itaMls, the chi> was divided 
into three teanaa and the losing 
ta«n win treat Ihe irimers to a 
picnic in May. 

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from a S*^" penalty if not |iii by Dec 
Mase re^nesi yair bili If^^ for pif^ 
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Dr. EUaworth Chfa*. wheat «ttc#l^|ii^ejwl^i#^«« 
la '^ g t* !* ^ airi niiB^e a t rtinuMf ifMM cn^vleil ^ri^ ■ ^^ 
giria B^ek. Dr. CUm ^» b^w^Mlly tt. Marvk k iNlfr. tf 
RlcAiuad, id» heads the Virgirta 0^^f die oiiltaii^ 
bring ccwduBlal Iqr the An«ic» ^^^Pllrf *^*^'.^' , 
Honkete d gemti pra<titia»ers • IWPj^ P"'*^N*f >* •■ 
aggrearive (»qpi^. derigped Id HtM dpLOilf 

tlK OPs wii be paidctdarly 
enfMoBBni ne nsRi iDr uw-e^ 
yeir examkiatkna to telr wuikb 
patients, and wiH be eoodocting 
Pq> am»t« on ai mm^ of ttieir 
pattnla m practiod diartaV Ae 
tKKt year. 1^ ^ anear Ui the 
name of tie teil ONd to ddect 
(^vical cancer. 

Ite canpa^ is intnded to 
ivevent de^ or (Bsab^ty {rom 
cssffkA caaixt for all' pi^eits 
iBidsr the care of GPs. throu^ 
the roitUne lae of the Pap sm^ 
io die fmdlly doctor's office. Also, 
i| dwped to itaam- 
a bi|^ five-yev survivit] 
rate fratn cervif^ cancer vAtm the 
Pi^ smear is eir^yed r^ultffy. 
Ihe over^ stated ponpose of tiw 
project is to demotefrate the gm- 
end practttiOB^'s iMBty to ivac- 
tlee effedlve p re ventiw medicine. 

Dr. Weger has said that tfie cure 
rate for cervical cancer could be 
raised to nmre than 90% if every 
wommi would have a Fap amear 
oece a ^ear. Hie inres^ culre 
rate, a e cordlBg to Wego*, n riwut 
n%, bm AaA M.OOB womaa cBe 
<rf oervica! canco- every year li 
die United StMes, (nA (tf abmit 
SO.OQO deaths from all types of 
oncer. Dr. Weger hm iJso em- 
pbuMd diat only 17% of the 
women to Virginia had Pap am^rs 
dnr^ 1968. 

"This is a disease we can cure," 
said Dr. Weger. adding that the 
famfly docbM*. vho sees a peat 
majiffity of tiie patiaits seddng 
medicd treatxnert in this axseltiy, 
b floe of the ideal person to carry 
01^ the fi^ agaHii ^«vical can- 
cer. 

Seades Dr. Oung in Tirginia 
Beadi, Dr. Weger has also named 
34 (^her men bi sq^arate areas (rf 
Virginia to Mp carry out the 
project, "rtie local diaktQen will 
be respoosfcle for up to twenty 
doctors in a givdi ar^for iaipkf 

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genefaj ^acA- 

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lB|na ■uva.^i oy ow 
MStt^fj^ One et^ c§ m bjk^a 

tWEm wm go W sfr. wc^r am 
ufeR)aA«^ to tfie U.S. PubUc 
^eaSti Service fat statical 
i»idystt. 

ItutH^h this (Noject the doctM^ 
hopft to Itove m«e patknbf Uves 
by woridng in cancer detection, 
and by convincing the mediod pro- 
feaaton tfiat this is a private imdi- 
cA pnfalen and not necessarily a 
gov^mrooitol or pob^ heaUi 
ppoidem. 

Dr. Ctaing says ttiat aH Academy 
members in Vir^raa Beach have 
todicaled tiiey wifl partidpate in 
die project ,and diat he is <^ 
ntetic ooiMxming tiie cmm^&ffi. 



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IkAof ^leedway offtoirii, am CMftMMP w 01 Btaftf fi^ 
prertctrt AaC 1^ race weA fle nu^Mr florid s#A to V A^ I 
Mfy die 44 fastot wO N lOoved to OrHMM Mi OH 



OFFICERS ELECTED 

vmOINlA BEAOt-Officera for 
die Virginia Beach Innkeepers As- 
sodiitkffi were elected at a recent 
meeting in Virginia Beadi. 

Scott Sterling was dected Pres- 
iAeat, FnA Strickland was ele^»} 
Vice-Rrerident. Md Gemrge Davis 
wu dected Secretary-Treasuror. 

Installation of officsrs wiH be 
held 0(A. iS at the Americaaa 
Mcrtor Lodge. 

Delegate WilHam P. KeOam wH 
be guest speaker at die installa- 
tion. 

Hesitations for ttie in^k^m 
^ouU be i^Mmed in to 02-8902. 



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VfRGOdk 
ets are batOtag for a fhxx in Uft 
l^ayofEs to filgto to two we^ in 
Ae Vir^nia B^di Cootoauolfy 
tg t gus , afOBOKiA by die Viigbia 
Beach Recreatton Depai^nent. 

In division "A", lite ^a. Beach 
Marinas held on to top spot with 
a 19^. VMtory over die Kings 
Gritot VM^. ffte Kfcfliieh have 
tour'' wins without a <tefe9t. The 
Virginia Bladi I^SMs rolled over 
the Oiesapeake CSiarers, 20-7. Tbe 
PftHi torn ^ttkaH^ tlR P 1 a z a 
PadMre, »4^ Ifi^ Bj^Mng Tig«s 
at' QtmnHA mm die d^rbAoa title 
iivdvirieti 'V wit ha 2^7 rout of 
the Plax^ dwrgws. "Ae 11g^ 
are undefeated for die season. Ilie 
Lark^Hir Hawks ran tim« record 
to M, w^ a 19-7 vktfuy over 
&e winiess Courfteiise dx. Hie 
Woodrtedc Rana wm their third 
00» wflh a &4i victory ov^ Uk 
KenpavUe CarAnais. 

Actton in the Mi<%et Eight-Man: 
Hw Bay Cokny Oue Dcvflt re- 



after rot^g die Raiders iMt Sat- 
urday, f7-0. The Larkspur fUwka 
rolled over die Woo<i^ock Rams. 
3(H). In E^t-Man Division "B" 
the Greeffwkdi team stayed laide- 
feated 1^ stc^pping the Panthors, 
14-7. 

In the battle of die tmdefeated 
for the top s^ in die Mamedii^ 
League betweoi the Ken^sville 
FalcoM, mi the Kings Ghrant Vtt- 
ings, die Fahxins came out <m top 
with a 27-7 victory and a &« rec- 
ord Tlie i^ag<»ia Vikii^ rolled 
over Thalia, 3^0. The Woo<fato<* 
Chargers out-scored Uie Oceana 
Bears, 134. Greenwich stopped the 
Plaza Redddns, 204. 

Actkin in the Junior League had 
Greenwidi nipiHng die Haza Ea- 
gl«i, 6-2. The Ara^ma CoHs stoyed 
unbeaten with a 13-0 vk^<»7 over 
Thalia. 



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H«^hg A» «Mry M »« M seta f aetttfy-biidbd p6 MA Ait 
nMV moBt^lMd NASCAR iMfeig Qs a wi o i ^ iMjg Df dUvtt'l^ 
ftto LiMfilcn, Jtfnftf JwhMH,' ?iw MtrmM, MHPna FMS, Csras 
Yttwsr, Csle TafbofOQ^ nn Wck IMtonerstto. AiMMff MB rora 
aiV ae^ ^nem o^ noayBicmn ksd itaiaaiBnHm, wno mm i euiveiwi 
MMs flu Lanor Bi9 ■MHM at OmUlflsSa IBM resifllflf IK BhNsi 

ikM^, eonf«rffy4A|aivt'f' .nrft Pas^id Ke^ t M (^ sevoi 
BWlffHiWWff^'wy I i^iii^ (uivns wna nave mufi eu. lue wRUi wu 
J. T. Putn^. Doii« Ooe|«r. Hal lle«dte. Roy 1^rn». Stick BKitt aid 
Nefl C^tlW.:-=^ ^ ^ l= =±i:: 

Representing Chrysler Corp. to diat mam^ctarer's Iwg-awaited 
return to au pc speeJ i vi y «»|)^on wiO be a pafa- <tf bcMrjMMdM 
I9ffi Dodgn drtvoi by I^^tf .^^^-son iad BoUiy Isaac «id a A^e 
Detrait-ruianced 1965 Plymoudi Uehredere Gftauffinired Wf Richafft 
P^. Ind(p«triem Bodt BAir wQl hurl a hMd-powered ISS Plynloitt 
Fury toto dw SouUi's stock GKt race,of Uie year. 

Bate- will also enter a V» (M^bfHiMIe to die (^lentog tm fit 
Nordi'tlaroltoa Motor Speedway with the driver still to be selected. 
The odier WtS eitry will be a Pontiac pikrted by W«lh McMfflim. 

There is a strong p(»sibility Uiat four or more ad<fitknal 19tt atoiM 
ndos wfll enter, dius ghring die Amoicui 966 the moat Mw cart of 
dM ue se»0B. 

At least four drivers of 1984 model autos are capAle <rf victory, M 
by hard-charging Darel Dieringw ¥^K»e Bud Moore-prq?ared Itetwy 
has fiai^ied second twice and durd once to sup«speedway races dwe 
far. 

Tlie others are 19M Dod^ driver 'Buddy Baker, who has also beoi 
sec(»d to two 196 aipen^peedway races, add IIM Ford duuifteirs 
G. C. Spencer and 1% Lund. ^ 

Roonding oat die overfkwrii^ mtcy M are 1984 Tori drivers ^pur- 
geon May. O. E. Ham, Larry U»s, Beniie Ahrara, ifkn Sears, Usmi 
Jota^a^ Gme Oack, B«rt Bobbins, EtatM) Lan^. Jiodw Sfiae», 
Tom Pi^xM. Pad Lewis. Hesley Gray and &auiy ttAddns. 

^iddy Arru^^ and Jeff Havri^ are to 1914 Do(^ ^an Me- 
MiUion to a 1964 Pontiac* widi te «tfrto Una far bdi« mmiei ool 
by 1963 Ford drivers Dm Iftane, Wetxlell Sc<m. Jtamqr Wuk oA 
B<* Derrington {rfua 1968 Chevrolet chaiffeur E. J. TtH^e. 

Reeved Kats stUl-are avaUable for Uw Am«rieaA S66, M^ at 
Nordi Cwdina Motor Speedway anncHinced this wedt 

Advance sate have be«i musually heavy for dii bran-new latte 
trMk's opening race Uiat f enures die retam of 007^- Corp. to at- 
per^>eed«ray bi^ with Ford Motor Co. Ait die wide-^aread ruoner 
of a sefiout is taoirraet ^^-^ 

Track ofHcials aniwum^ tM mire Uian (ne<pitfler of dM re- 
served s^ts have bem sold anl Uiat there ta 1 rtroa^fosd^^ Ihirt 
dl permanent reserved seato will be gone briar* raee day. In Uiaft 

ca^. bleach^ will' be tsrectod oe top of dw &|g^iSI|| M^ gOi^ 



Tidtrt sale has been e^i^cialty heavy to Qm Rockin^am. or hmm- 
stretch gramhtmd, fteditog is avaibdile to the e^ midrfle sectioitt 
(L tiirou^ S) higher Uiari row wven. IK^i^ h^ifr tiiaB Row 11 Is 
available elsevtiiere to die 27-wcd(« hflin»tr^ch stffiids diaft «re 1^ 
rows hi^. , 

Seats are availd^le on all » rows aktog tiie l^^^sUns Haml^ » 
backsbeteh graAlMid. 







A fCff on OF 

LARDSURI 

VmomiA BEACH - Last wedl- 
end, ^creatimi FoodieH Ctmteats 
were mericed by M^ scoring 
gffinea to tbe Union Konpsville 
Division of Virginia Beach Recrea- 
te F^oIInII hm^- A> the Midg- 
et Lea^, CftK atonped Seaboard 
404, and ufldefertted Nfewli^ 
rolled over Uie lease's tqi team, 
S^tock, 31*6. 

In tlw Junior Low League, d« 
soMlBg mmltteA hi|^ witii a f «w 
major upsets. First of U»se up- 
sets was T^Aered at Seaboard 
wha-e C&K handsd Uie home 
team a 28-12 beattog. which, gives 
than a record of 3 and 1. In 
ai^ofiier gffine, Seatack managed 
to outlast Lymdiavai in a d^en- 
sive stni^^; fi)»l score, Seatack 
14, Lymilfav^ 12. 
"- In the Junior tt^ League. Sea- 
tack boihbediNed^ 4«4. 

The battle"^ swiond place to 
tiia^ti^' Lei^ ended last ^wk- 
end as Newli^ overpowerod Sea- 
tack 21-7. N(W# at die half-way 
maik Newlii^.t has a 3-1 record, 
Seatock 3-2. and CMC 4-1. at Uis 
top of die heap to the league* 



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F(K> r^t by o«taer. Spacious 2- 
bedroom aparUneot. Call ^8-31%. 
5:# to i:»pm. . 10-tl4&i 



6repe Myrtles 
Planted 

BAVSIDE— Tlie Bayside Jtoiior 
Woman's Ckib is Uis first civic 
cliA to plant crqie myrtle trees to 
die meiktn of ,«#»rth»Bnpa«Hi 
'Boulevard, at Uie soutii entrance 
cf the Chesapeake Bay Bridge- 
TUnnel. Tweity-five tre» were 
planted 25 feet ^)art on M<mday. 
Tbe dub nuKte arfai^enia^s with 
U»e Pi*llc Works ot tiie City of 
Virginia Beach to set tbe ta-ees out 
for them. 

It is hoped Uiat aimeday Use 
cr^ myrtle pJanBi^ win ex- 
tend to Uie boundary Une of die 
aty of Norfolk. 

Mrs. Heiry Sou^, Cmnmimity 
In^roveniMit cbairmm, made the 
arrai^ements with the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach. Thistli'b projwrt witt 
be eriered to Uie Virginia Federa- 
Uon of IfJtMften OubB "Commun- 
ity Improvonedt OMrtest." 

Mrs. James F. Growne is presi- 
dent of the club. 

Mrs. B. G. Spivey, ways and 
means chafaTnan of Uie Bayside 
cM>, amwurced tiiat Uieir Vecent 
participation to ttie "Country Fair" 
hdd at SouUiem Shopping Center, 
proved lucrative for the clidb. 

She said diere was 100% partici- 
pation in diis event. T!ie did) 
manned a booUi that sokl hand- 
kdts, tend crocheting, pcrf hold- 
ers, toaster oivers, place mats aad 
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w l^ f !1!i t^ E tour outboard 

iSnce die fam% auto is used almost every day. most drivers m> 
member to have it i^pared for wtot«r. But winto-iztog U» touly 
ottUtoard motor, which may pot ia driven agidn until siting, is aonae- 
times forgottai. 6n<ie an ouUioard-is out of s^ tt la out of arind 
and usuidly forgot^. 

This mem(»7 lafwe can result to co^ r^idrs oime next ^ring. If 
you plan on dotog the wtoterizing ymirself. b»« we a few receeuMi^ 
dations you mi^t follow: 

WiUi your rig still to Uie water, warm up Uw mi^or afld remove 
Uie owding. Put the motor to neutral and disc(»inect the fu^ line. 
Hien. ^Ua year en^ Ik i^g. to^ stora^ seal taito Um cariwre- 
tor air intake. As Uie carburetor starts to run dry. an>ly m extra 
liberal dose. Tliis method wiU eSecttvely distiribute Uie seal durougbmt 
the crankcase. 

Now. remove Uie motor from ^ tra^Ksn. betog car^l to keep It 
upright untfl dl w^o- has drained from Uie drivesMt hoos^. Flo^ 
die cooltag ^st^ with fresh water, accordb^ b manufacturer's 
instructions. Operate Uie mamial starter until Uie wat«r piaAp hm 
forced all water from Uie cooling system. Malto smre Uiat sXi water 
drato hole§ in the gear housing are open and free, aaid die fhiriitag 
plug is renMived so Uiat aQ water wUl drain out This is vft#l. Ttapped 
water may freeze iai expand. Ui\i8 cracktog Uie gear housfag or vg^ 
pump housing. 

. Remove Uie spafk phigs add toject a small quantity of storage seal 
toto each spark plug hole. Replace the plugs and operate the maomd 
starter to distribute the storage s^. Them hiliy^cMe ii^ti pto ai^ 
aU linkages as directed by your owner's guide. 

Rondve Uie air v^t screw and grease filler ph^. ttisorf mw griase 
toto the hole until the old grease ^arts to run out fti atr vttil H^ 
which* wfll to<SeiM diift Me' lllusmg is filled. Next replace v@it sqrew. 

Spray Uie enflre powerAead with a coating of corrosion priventati^ 
to imHect Uie ftoish of ail parts bmeaOi Uie e3wUng. Also. Qie acterlw 
0! ttiiJ mrtor can be i^ayed to prefect the fmis.^. 

RafoVe Uie j)WF«lte' rtW cMsah the shaft wiUi st3el wool, tben i(pp^ 
graphite 9*ea$e or sll^on grease and reinstall the prqiellec ^ 

If you plan to leave tite motor on your boat, disconned Uw I^ery 
terminals. Clean the battery, paytog attention to i«noval of aU coro- 
sion around die tenntoal posts. Apply exterior «atod«» and rust 
preventative. Check Uie batta^ to see Uiat it b full d dli^ed wiM^r. 
This check should be cowiuc^ every Uilrty cBp. 

Keep your nioor stored to a di^ tocation Uiat is vei^alad an M to 
prevent moisture build up. 

If all Uiis souncto like too miM:b work, eaU your kicid mam dntar 
and be wiU winterize your motor. "' 



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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, October 21, 1965 




Uke Smith 6C 

BAYSH^ - The iske Smtth 
Garden ChA) met (kUAm 4 at tte 
hone of Mrs. M. A. Graham, Ry- 
Ibim] f^oad. Mrs.F!^ R. Ke^ was 
co-hortMs. 

Mrs. Micbael Brown talked on 
making coMainers and danwi- 
strated how omtaiaers rauU' be 
made out of totUes and Jars oaed 
in the kitchen. These were cte»" 
rated with cni^d egg riieUa. 

Lynnhaven Colony Garden Dub. 
jutted arrangements. Hw thesne 
for the nmnth was "Autumn 
Leaves." RMkmu fm- arrang»> 
mente were awarded Mrs. H. F. 
Steinmetz, Mrs. H. C. Atkiwon,. 
Mrs. M. A. Grahwn and Mrs. G. 
L. Norman. Ribbon for horticul* 
ture, Mrs. Fred R. K^es. 

Tty club voted to visit a con- 
vakicoit home in the Virginia 
Beadi area in tfie near future. 




UnRed llflthins 1^ ^^3'"^^° 



lleMlMai«lM4e4^ . . «llh krita la ke 
Wbet. ilamjr. Mrs. Burtaum, aai Mn. 



Inporteil Baflis 
Ba On Sal 

VmO^OA BEACH - Frederic 
^letto U Noiicdk Botankal Gar- 
Am fame apdce before tiie hin- 
hem meeting of tte Linkhom 
P^ Gawien Cki at the Princess 
Anne Country CSub recently on ttie 
KtjKt "Bulbs, Hielr Pknting and 

Cue". 

^ Introduced by Mrs. D. Y. Mal- 
bon, pn^AeaH, he m^ticmed lilies 
In partkadar ^Mkog that Uie repur 
Mkn for beiflg dffknilt to grow is 
tfttmeoas. that they ai? , reaBy 
hvdy and pndific bulbs. He also 
|m« t^ on ]^a^ii« mad anawared 
toju^ $Kpim <^ questkos. 

il||«pM OB ^ Saernktm m 
built. Mrs. Peni Hartmn Jr.. 
m^ mi meana committee d»lr> 
oatt, aaaouDced fliat as.a project 
the adb would ralae money hf 
a^dqg'eadi mendber to eeU U 
bona «f tanpoM Htdtaod bidbe- 
ia^, hyadath. daio^ crocua and 
BMcsi Ber aariitaifta »n lira. 
0. J. Beavers ani lbs. Utk Her- 

Mn. J. imam Oavla. gneral 
chairaaan «f ^ maoA Astk|ue 
Shaw and Sda, aafced members to 
h^ aeoorate the Ovic Center wMfa 
aiMBive arraageiiMBti of flowers 
aiod j^ceeaety. 

A latter m» read from R. J. 
IMtai of the aty Pknning Cgnv 
m^iion. «dE^ for eooptratioo in 
hi^^ to liaot C^-^e MyrOe treea 
ia vie^ Beach as a beautifi- 
(^rtlso project ' ^ 

It was VfMd by the dii) to oon- 
tijbl^ $SS toward the restoration 
d PenAr^ ftrnxr, a a sisU^ 
tog I' wHh ff 

mm iUiy aisabeOi Crump, 
menyb^Mp, duotnao, iittro(kK)ed 
new mmAm Vn, IStede GriSb, 
Mrs. n^lrd tieary, Mrs. WiBiam 
P. PttsMore. and Mrs. Albert m- 
mm. m». Heiqpi tein^r was 
amoof ttie guests. 



t4d{« Joyce GO 

VIRdlitaA BEACH -Mrs. Wil- 
U«n F^dford, d Arrowhead R, 
was hoatns to the Lake Joyce 
Gffi«i» CMb I&t Fridayi 

Mrs. Robot L. Munn Mid Mrs. 
R. F. Rhodes wiU attend the 
Tickfwi^ Diatnct meetki^ ra Oc* 
tober Si. at Lafayette Yacht CM>. 
krs. S. M. Parker and Mrs. E. 
P. Se^ v&ce ekcted as alter- 

The Lake Joyce chib will doniAe 
I1S.M to "The Norfolk Botanical 
GUurden L&rary Fmi. 

The Mt^Ugbt of the meeting 
was the pt^am on "Oon^^cAkm 
ani ttr^". M». Seay gave a 
oarrirfive, demonstr^i^ with 

rikles to eolmr. 

Judges from ttie Thorough^Md 
Garda Qsb awarded ribbons to 
Mrs. M. K. Crockett, Sr., Mrs. 
Saa^ aiK! Un. A. C. Gmdm for 
their arti^c arrmgemcnU. 



ky m^beis te tte geaeral paWc. Left to r|^ are 

(Staff pbeto by Pairiek) 



CHESOPEIAN 
COLOMY fi(^ 

dffiSOPElAN COLONY - The 
Chesopeian Oobny Garden Clt*> 
met last week at the home d Mrs. 
Walter RoyaL Mrs. Tboam Pitkin 
served as co-hoitess. A {flant sale 
was held, the proceeds to be do- 
nated to the new Windsor Woods 

LAraryt — " — ' — ■ '~ — - — — "-"-^ 

Phyicri Therapy diairtrwi, 
Mrs. Jeff Hurst, reported that the 
dtd> had tdected as a yearly proj- 
ect, to aerve one day a wedt in 
teams of five per hour in tiie re- 
habiUtatMn of a diild wHh brain 
taijiffisi. J 

Pkum mmmi^U take part 
to the >forfo]k Federation Christ- 
mas show. A date and place was 
selected for ttw (^'s aanuali 
OirtstmsB party. * - -^- ^ 

The dtdb voted to make 12 cor- 
s^ for the Tidewater District 
mee^ to be heU Octabo* 21. 

JiStibooB wve awarded to thefol- 
kwtog meiBbetv tor anrange- 
roento: Mrs. B. L. Adilaon, Mrs. 
Murray MaXwo, and Mrs. Malcokn 

•R)dd. 

Hoftkukure awwds were ^en 
to Mn. Addtooa, Mrs. Haywood 
Doiyes, Mn. Arthur Gallagher. 
Mrs. MaKon, Mfs. C. W. RitcMe. 
Mn. Karl Stevens, and Mrs. Todd. 

Mrs. W. M. Gresham gave a 

dononslaratkm of making cora^es. 

-.Betty Gr^iam. 



BAYSIDE CHRISTIAN 



VBtGnOA M^ai— Takiim on a 
col«<ul ii^Tiatifliial air. tl» Atan 
B. S»wp«d Qvic C^Oer wUl be 
die setting for the oteervance of 
United NatioM Day Sund^ at 3 
p.m. * 

•Rje League d Wonwn Voters 
hive schectoled a fascinating pro- 
gram whlA is open to the i^i^c 
and is free. 

Mayor Frank Duach will be ttie 
nsmter of eerawmies and will 
pr^ent tt»e main speaker for the 
<toy. Jonathan Dean, who is at 
{s-e«nt the deputy dtfector ol tt»e 
office of United Nations Political 
Affairs. Dean, a career man with 
the U.S. Goverwnait, has served 
in a variety of posts in Germaiy, 
Ch«*oslavakia, Eastern Ewrope, 



We«1«| .athetie eestome. of JapM «mI M»y. !»«. 8ag^ W. Swi^ Union, and the Republic of 
Gray (left) aad Mrs. G. R. BhMSer. who sre moAert if tie the Con^. ^,^^^^ ^,, ^^ 
. ' . ™ «-^ . H A uM^ *« a^ *M..«- *'— I— a«-. AIM (Ml she proffl-am wiu De 



Leagoe af fivatm Veiers, tavMe the piiMIe to dM Ovk; Ceoler Saa- 
day to Joto to ttie cetokratton ef Ualted NattaBs Daf. 

(Staff pheto by Psdrick) 



Cardinal G€ 



VIBGINIA MIACH-The Oot(*er 
ine^k« if the Cardinal Garden 
Ckd> was held at the home <rf 
Mrs. GetarfS C. T|iey on B*o- 
ttDJt Dtive. Mn. liwrnsa Betieh 
was wetouned as a gwst. 

Mn. Utikx^ Todd Jr. spoke 
on "Anti(^lng F1ow«re", bbA il- 
'tfUftrated her UHc showii^ the 
cJtd) members eadi step to take 
in fkwer arranging. 

Members broui^ fall fkwer ar- 
rangcmarts from tiieir gardens 
and ribbons went to Mrs. Donald 
EHdlens, Mrs. Charl^ Reed. Mrs. 
Jdm Anderson. Mrs. Walter Bea- 
man. Mrs. VWiitt Frank and 
Talley. 

The NovenAer meeting will b 
held wiUi Mrs. Charles Reod. and 
Mrs. Rolf WiUiama will be the 
guei^ speaker. 



BPW Meeting 

VQU>1!^ JOSKCH — The sec- 
(Hid nneeting <^ the year of tiie 
Princess Ai»e Busmess and Prt>- 
lessional Womoi's Club of Vii^inia 
Beadi was held recently at the 
Bay Harbor Gub. 



Preceding Ibe dinner, and dm^ 

mg the gathering of members in 

the lounge, music was played by 

Mra. Fay Ullrich, Mu^c Oiair 

man. Alter dinner, the business 

meeting was called to order by 

President Helai Dfckens. Sev««l 

charter members wert recognized 

by the c^tair as well as many 

{ffosf^ectjve meniiers. Pread«it 

l^dcois rwninded the women that 

Natkmai Business Wfflnai's Week 

is to be dbaerved Oct. 17-24, fflid 

asked all member to join her 

a/t the 11:00 Krvk% at Gallilee 

^B|te»pal CSiurch, Oct. 17th, »- 

*^tiiat tiJey mi^ worship togeflier 

that da^. < 

Mrs. Agnes Mabrey, Finance 

Chairman, anncnmced timt an Au- 

bana Haze Mink Stole will be 

given to the lucky winner at the 

drawing at Smith and Welton's, 

Virginia Beach, on Dec. 22nd. 

Tickets may be obtained from 

members of BPW-4wiaeOTi JttiOO 

Mrs. Dofis McKinney. del^ate 
at-Urge at' the National Conventiwi 
of BPW this yrar, gave a brief 
r^rt on parliam«itary proce(hire> 
which was not only instructive but 
moA enli^oung to members. 

Mrs. Helen Sevier, Program 
Chairman, then introduced the 
speaker (4 the evening— Mrs. Lena 
C^y. &ie is an accountant for 
the Conimission of Fisheries at 
Farmville, Va.; immediate past 
prwident of the Va. Peninsula Club 
and Co-Director of District 6 of 
BI^. Her subject was 'A Look 
at Membership". Among otfier 
thin^ she reminded manbers ttiat 
there are 26 million women in the 
labor force today, and that wom- 
en in BPW are dtedicated and ccm- 
•nitted to serve all working wom- 
en. Mrs, CoAy reviewed the pur- 
jcse, aims and goals of BPW. 



THYSffii! ^TaymeiTs Sunday 
was di^erved October 10 at Uk 
Bayside Chris^an ClMirch, The 
youth choir sang at the early Wor- 
^p service and the Mai's Chorus 
at the 11:00 a.m. worship service. 
Guest speaks* at the 11:00 a.m. 
Krvice was Layman W. I. MdCm- 
(h-ee. 

Tig Wonnen's Fellowship of tl» 
diurdi will Iwld" a "Fellowship 
Coffee" today fnwn 10-12 noon i- 
the social iudl of the church. Mrs. 
Lewis Siedd, premdeit of the Fel- 
lowship, Is in charj^ d arran^ 
mffltfs. 

The wom^ erf the church are 
tiso busy sewir^ on Tuesday morih 
ings and TTwrsday evenings for 
tiie forti»a)ming church bazaar 
whidi will be heW Novecrber 6. 
Mrs. Lillian BMa is general chai]> 
mtui. 

Next Sunday evmng at 6 p.m. 
the Youth Fellowship of Uie church 
will be ho^ to the Youth from 
Rosemond Christian Churdi. 



AIM (Ml she pro-am wiU be 
music by the Naval Air lotion 
band. The UNICEF movie "As- 
ligBment Chikkren" with Danny 
Kxfe wffl be riwwn. wad m ap- . 



^1 tor t»nCijP win come from 
m$ AfwrtNin "Nen-Ager, Lynnel 
Bm of Virginia Beach. 

Hostessess in authenUc .c©- 
toii^ of flie UN wiU a.«tter 
q,Mstion^ and wiD have avail- 
sble boiWeto and information re- 
garding tf» Ittlted NaUons. 

R«nmnber - Sunday afternoon, 
at' the Dome, bring th«. children 
and team first hand what is 
being done by the UN. It is free 
md educational as well as en- 
tertaining. 



ARACONAP-TA 

ARAGOKA-A naming of the 
Aragona fiewsttary School Par- 
eni-Teachers AsaoclMksp wiU be 
held on TuM<tey at 7:30- p.m. 

Philip M e e k i n s, elementary 
achool supervisor, will be the guest 
speaker and wW discuss the school 
cuiTiculum. 



OUR STOtt AT VA. BIACH AT 984 USKIN ROAD - 31it EXTENDED - 

:m one half mile from ocean front 



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and Gardens Quids to Pkm* 
i^ng Patios and Fen^s shows 
you how to have tfie hndng 
you require ... eorily. 



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SWEET CARROTS ^'iSi^ ». 
GRAPEFRUIT mo.p.« 3»«29c 
SWEET POTATOES S*^ 3 1» 29e 



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6ARDEN CLUB 



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. ...iE MA:«)R-TLe Oc 
.or . i^Bi£ d the Pendsrokc 
.^isim Gaiim Oda was bdd last 
1^ itf the home d Mrs. Tioyd 
fanner. ' • 

Qiialt i^m^ tor the evening 
ym Mrs. Chnries J. Hayes of the 
C^rito" Itosery w*o sp<*e <m M 



B wM «isd to alter a CtaM- 
mm to«e is &e maa^ Pedsatim 
of Garto Chibs Christn^s ihow 
on Decenjber 4 mi 5. 

Blh if ribbons ^nsee won by Mis. 
^rtmk Sitea and Mrs. Frank 
oMflberg. J<a^ m&%bm Ae 
Latkqwr MeKbMs Gwtei Oriii. 



GREAT NECK GC 

GREAT N3E10K— the Grei* Neck 
Gawkn Club met last weA -at the 
home of Mrs. J. H. Cook. Frank 
W. Israel presetted a very interest- 
ing iHOgram m the growing d 
orchis as a hobby. 

Hfrs. EDsworth Morse attended 
as a guest of the chib. 

Mrs. P. M. Lywis won a ^Id 
ribbon in the artist class; Mrs. 
N. B. Godfrey, bhie; and Mrs. D. 
A. Webster, red. 

b tile hoit^cuHural dass, gold 
rfi^ns were awarded to Mrs. 
Cbok. Mrs. J. W. Fell, and Mrs. 
God^y. 

BAY COLONY GC 

BAY COLONY —'The Oct(*er 
meeting of the Bay Cobny Gsirden 
Old) was held at fte Princess 
Aime Country Qub with Bilrs. Ar- 
thur Gaila^er d Chesopeian Cd- 
4my as gtwst speaker. A door prize, 
donated by Mrs. Galla^, was 
awarded In Mrs. WilHam D. Stal- 
liags. 

BMoDS hr arrangonfflts went 
lo Mrs. Louis E. mkhwd and 
Mrs. H. C. Mulkr. blue; Mrs. 
WUUam A. IHddifflon and ^irs. T. 
M. WUttenwre, red; and Mrs. fi. 
a Alderman and Mrs. WaUam 

Hajnncytikw. 



ART CIJISSES 

KEMPSVILLE — Art classes are 
nOwkbeing formed for the Kemps- 
ville Wotnan's ClUb this fall for a 
•ntursday afternoon class. 

Registr^ion is limited. Those in- 
terested in joining the group should 
contact Hazal Vagness at 420-^7. 




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OPEN SATURDAYS- 
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Better Hones aak Gardens 
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JANE PARKER. FRESHLY 'BAKED 

LEMON PIES 



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WQme$ go. . # 

7)||ii't iwih i m Mtr ttitiia iRMrfRg mv- 
taii ieeolMtl t» i^yty fii# PMC* ^ iniAa 
that icomes with financial security. You 
know tfiaf you are prepared ftff' imtfginetes 
, amj op{K>rtun10M. 

Sav* mart and warty >aai^ Cvafy dbHar 
you add to your account givas yOu graatwr 
sa^rity. 

filial Fajlaral aalJaiMtM HfiH i* 
la aavan af Mtanl Daa. $1, Mb 




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UBtil 5 pja. 

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■eonetag te e««Bt Md 
wM l» Ifae (fai 

padM and in tile ib^ and wk9- 



nie now at 10c apiece^ fe^ 
pc^ea. Ite AiNrtnp larljn IMo 

apt Nwdir irin be kdf at 

^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^MiA ^MMK 

mo, nrie, R^r m*- b^ 



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One of a» hlgWtfat e( Mw »- 
#nd k iie oaaana enm*. the 

4:». 



"Ae ftrat priies, |3.n ead^ mot 
t» CharjA OUm tai te lea#i 
gfada, and to nn (kvder to iie 
Uw. iSaoond pctma of laiB racfa 
were ginn to Jod Lm^ WA 
fradb, and to Joan Von Ttf, weft 
gnMk. tte third ^«n ol UN 
each iraot to Di«e Ferrari, ttSi 

grade, 

ActtvitiM at tte eunlval wifl 
toeiude poiy iMee. a Mt die toMii- 

*eQiilHt. a baftnMi&dart Mm. 
a whed'of f^liBie mad amy 
odiers. , 

GttMfy i^piM, popeam, tetotar* 
gen. sc^ dk-Uts, collee «M ciie 
wfllte aold. lUdRe Ikl^ are eit 



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M. HAUlSOil RiMED 



VRGBOA aBMS - Dr. Wy 

man Bwriaw «M nofi^ HiBfBd 
dMkiiiai of ttM Vkim toiach 
merii Sctoal Oammm,^^ 
reelpiattott of ua^w R. mwn, 
Jr., idw Ista MBved to JNntoa- 
vfic, 01^. Brem «aa ow |l Sbe 
feuDden Is yean a0» «f Vlq^ 
Besdh Ihrlesdb SbheoL 

Dr. I&rriaoa te diM at Uoi 
asd Sea latorMttm Ldboraftory in 

mttiA.m tmaBm atai^^ ui^ 

vwrity aad »eceh^ te PhD 
firaro the lAi^«ra# ft Ol^iib. He 
iaatiienlMr«fteVh#lH( 
f^^cB^ Meetiog aed' r^liw wfth 
l^ w^ m! JN«o 9MW to MMe. 






inacWQA BBMH-Ihe Oeto- 
her atoetl^ ol the lr»ad Bt^ 
Q«^lea GUb WM faiU at a« 
Bay Haiboav auh nidi dto pMl- 
4m, Vk% R. U Tarraal, preild- 
kifM> MiF MBiben, Mrs, C. C. 
HeA lot Mn. J. W. FHa'bet, wd 
aev»ld fuMta w«« greetod by die 

Phm wope oeaOmMd lor a 
'tMstonu Open Hcum and Goofi- 
try Store" to ba held at Mm heeie 
of ^. and IM. T. £. Il^toy m 
Dennber 9. I^eoeeia froM «Meh 
wiU be donMed to te new Gen- 
eral Hoe^tal of Vh^ite BMeh 
itf ttM piwclnee of etiMfifnt 

B iTM votod to doaate $10 te 
the lloiMk iMaidcd Uhrary 
Fund Iv d« p uiciwc of a feook 
to boMT of Fred He^. I 

AimointceBnaAs were made Aaf 
the Ckib wiil oddrato tta Nth 
bUdiday witfa a tour ef die Nor 
foK Botonkid Gardeiie; nd flua 
I vKHiohap for flweer ammgjng 
win be held at tiie IMM ef Ifrs. 
J. E. (Mibe on Novenfeer 9 wttti 
Mrs. Jemes R. Cohen aa inibrue- 
ter, 

kidg&t on tiw flower mn^big 
and horticidture wen bmn ]&ie 
Olt^ffler Garden C1ih>, 

Bhw rfbbois for artistic tfrmge- 
meato wn% awarded to Mrs. W. 
C Bisek, Mrs. D. F. Mmoo. and 
Mrs. R. F. Hi#iei. HorticuUare 
Uue ribbws were awarded to Kfrf. 
K Ifi^foei Mrs. Gttbs; Mrs. W. 
R. L(»gworth, Md Mip. G. E. 
Bantjfw. 



REGISTRATION 

VIRGINIA BEACH-Gcne Ram- 
mett of the NorfoUc Civic Bdlat 
will open a dancii^ dass and a 
diildrcns tl»atre-of-thfrarts M 
Virginia Beach. 

Regis^rptton will be S^irday si 
die EHc's Ohia new kKatkm in the 
Jef:erson Hotel at I9th and Atlan- 
tic Avemt b^tawii^ at 10:10 a.m. 



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A prd*y little Princess phtoe would brighten jrour 
bedsicte trf>k-U|^ up Wh^ y«i Uft the receiver- 
let Fcm tidse «r make ciOls.TP^d^t diaturbing the 
fanii^. It ineans Gmpam- Aaft ewivenience. And 
confidence while you sle^. Btejy hone needs a 
bedroffltt ertoisiMi i^i. M it takes is a caU to 

(kppanyirfViiinia 



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araa weik days lia. lATMMaYi %4;mimitit4 
(Ml RESERVE AM APPQINTMeNT 




Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, October ?1, 1965, 



ruLiitlr II 



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Virginia BcmH Then . , . 




•f Vlrgtola Beach 
to ttie late^MSifr. <Fw» «f t h e h a B d toga ■■ 
OMrtrveted iHm tte idntographer sa^iped this 



remenber aiis seeae. This plcl»e ef ITIh Shrcel w« 
Ihe right haad^jMe of the atart vete |Ml ^M- 
pidme, and ITUi Street was tour^ two Uaes if M 



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Quite a lot of duuiges have tidns place riace the above ptctwe wm tdi«B. Ihe l«e 
diat wwe befaig fitostavcted to the old picture an stS sa tte aMoe todiqr. Aad, tte ^r«ei 
to four tones of asph^t. New 17th Street has two oBier names. Vbfbito Beach Beaievard and 



FAy.|Eiii^^()RFOLK SYMPHOMY 



NDHFX)LK-Vlrginia Federation 
of Ofurden Clubs, Tidef*ater Bla- 
trict, will hold Uie Fall meetii« 
today at tbe Lafayette Yaeht^M* 
at 10 aJn. s"^ 

•nie pn^ram will be on Inter- 
clid> ji^ng. Guest s^eska, Mrs. 
Frank Lukanich of Norfolk, wiH do 
critical analysis on flower. arrai^d> 
ments for ju(^g on the club level. 



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NORFCttiC'— Intoiiattonally ae- 
ctoimed coneNt piiuust Robert C& 
sadous wiU ssjwu; with the 'Hvk 
fOnE 03^1^001^ (k^esbi'ft ^ tM 
C&iler Tteate- <ai OietiflSer S. 

Adu wwle ci ^ as the graate^ 
living piani^ d France, CsMbsm 
will pfiQr Beelhov^'s CM<»rto Ndi 
4 in G Major for Piano and Ori 
dJCi^a, Opiis » and WAer's Ko* 



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TESTS PROVE 



THI NtW 



, TSXAGO 

let Flame Booster 

SAVES 
HEATING! 




A "scattsrsd" ilame Ml- 
tsrn indicates oil-«HMir 
mixture sot being con- 
plstt^ bunisd. 





Tcxsco Jet n«w leeitsr 

S reduces s VeeMpMt" 
anw for mors complste 
combustion. 




Texaco Jet nSM BoosIn' 
can bs readi^ MStalled in 
most "|un-ti9t" hMW oil 
hurnsn;. 



Extensive laboratory^ research 
and iq-home testing proves that 
oil burner efficiency can be In* 
creased by as nw^h- as 42% 
with the simple acMttjan of a 
Texaco Jet Flame Boater. 

The unif census of stabilizer 
blades and the end cone, the 
stabilizer blades start the air 
moving in a swirling pattern. The 
air then mixes with the fuel oil 
to form a combustible mixture. 
Finally, the end cone shapes the 
air-oil mixture to form a com- 
pact awirUng, clean - burning 
flame. 

Telephone now . . . mk us to 
show you how we cmMmp your 
home warm and comtor|it|le at 
low cost. y 



Fuel CMif 



zertstueck for I^bo and Orcbaa- 
tra. (^xto 79. 

Wkh 
tog, Ae 

F1-^ecbaldt*s Ibccdta arni^ftr 
orchestra by Hais Kindle, aid 
Moidrtsaolm's Synqilioi^ No. S ti 
D minor ("Reifonnatioa'*), Q|tti 
im. 

TKk^ fofr the cowswt are tm&- 
^le t^ pimdng flB-OQ or at ^ 
C^^er Tbei^r hex office on Oe- 
tdbor S. 



0. E. BOttNEY fiOMPMY 

P.O. wjn rm 

BACK BAV-^RSIMA MMl^4M^H. 4^^S5 



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Golden Age 
Chibs Active 

VIRGINIA BEAai-Ttje GokJen 
J^ 01id>s d LynidKgfen and Sea- 
tack plan tD prment tiie fc^owhig 
activities durta% the nvuitti ol'Oc: 
tober. ' 

Itie Lyifflhaven.area dub, undi» 
die leadership of Mrs. Oierry 
Sawyer, club presidoit, was ^pdle 
sMCcesaful during the month of 
September. Thsy hsd a wond«: 
bake-out which was heM at the 
h«ne of Mrs. Sawyer and flie 
tidb also received a i^^ d colk- 
gra^a^ns from one d the na- 
tion's l^est cereal producers far 
thdr participation in a <»real em- 
tekt ^nsored by the coBapa0. 

Plans for the u^HMsnlng aiiSi 
includes an art exhilttt, chur^ 
pn^am and program toMMring 
n^nbars unable to attend meei^ 
ings. 

Va^ Seatack area dub, under 
the direction 0! Mrs. Utaka EBto, 
was not quite as active diring Uw 
month of Scftercber. Itowever, 
they p]m to get b^ into' tito 
swing this month. These are iraie 
of the planned activities: Bake out, 
art e^d^it, and church pro^ani. 

The month of October appears 
promising for thfse two area cMbs. 
pt^r an<as w}&in d^ city u*e 
asked to join in and organic their 
own Golden Age (M> wifiun Qxk 
cemnunity. 

For assistance to organiiing a 
club in (^er areas e(nta(A Amos 
W.hitehurst, RscreaUon Depart- 
meit, City of Virginia Beach tiy 
(^^Ui^ 4sn-^ between 9-M ajn. 
ani 8:30 p.m., tSmS&y, W^dU»- 
day, anA Friday. 

Blue ribt^s for ssrsngssK^ 
were awankd to Mrs. D Y. Mi^ 
ban and Mrs. R. W- B»nfl8 1^.. 
and red to Mrs. Maltey R Kerrdi 
and Mrs. C^;ar H, BaM^ 

Red tM^tkiMu^ aw«r^ weA to 
Mrs. Beavers mi 1^ Ik 
Davis. % 



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V^^t toadi mK Thur«*iy, October 21, 1 965 



iRALS 



mum wnamsxM 

4ma mimridm of lUl DMchtey 
AMd, «i>^ Md ap^abr of M 
Umkf tt Oceana, died Mtkiday 
to « Motfoik hoa^. 

A MttM ^ Ntffolk, he was a 
JiiM nOAetit d liiiiwK«a. 

Ill vtt a member si Vtartfiya 
Msh Sports Cl«d> eid CvraHer 
6«jr Md Yadit Chib. 

SurH^ are lut widow, Ifn. 
il^e Sawyer Eaherk^e, a dau^- 
ta-. Mn. Cecflia Cartwright, and 
Mm MM, WUll»n Bobbins Etho^ 
Mfand Hugh Prltchard Etherk^ 
.^^ aU of Virguiia Beach, and two 
aMa^, Un. Laura Hall and Mrs. 
MBche Lettla, and two bn^ha^ 
mku^y Etheridge and F^red 
aO of Norfolk. 



(UNGER GAIL ROOBM 



VIRGINIA BE:AICH--Ging8r Gail 
tU^esTh, 2-<lay-<rfd dau^ter <d 
Chte-les and Mrs. Jerri Melvin Rog- 
ers of 152 Virginia Beadi Blvd., 
(Smisln a Iwspital Sunday nigbt. 



imXIAM a JOHNSON 

VBiGO^ BEMM - WilUiim 
Hefiry Johns<Hi Oi Creedb died 1~M 
tiMu-sdiRy in a Ridimand hospitid. 

A native of El^abetfa City, N.C., 
be was a son of Charlie and Mrs. 
A.1)»1a Jofaaaon. He worked f<^ 
GranAiiK' Farms Nursery. 

SUndvii^ are f<»n- sota, A^>h(n- 
n %eoce, Cbarks Johneon iod 
l^atne Jona of diesape^e aiSi 
ftauf C. Jd^smm; a dai^gbtw, 
M^ Vera JtAnsoD of Cbesaj^ake; 
|l bMlher. Jamat E. jotaoaoo of 
-IIh^: two sisters. Mrs. Mandii 
MNitti of VlnslBia Beach pd Mrs. 
JkVsta Bk)^ of Chesap^ke; 
and ttiree ymddii^^. 

A ftBend awkse wiS be hatt 
Snaday at 2 p.nL ift (^ Oravt 
Bt^tiH Qmtt by im Rev. ^»tn 
ifeve. BmUi wiH be in te dndiA 
c«raet^ wifli fbnqdirtes Fiawitd 
Mm fai charge. 



' AIMED a CRAMER JR. 
^^^I^rtA BEACH ~ A!fr«i 
B*?tlatt vCi«ner Jr.. .of 3947 Hol- 
kod no»i, r^red owner ci a 
terj^^t buaiben, died 1^^ week 
to iiNlittd aflor a sh<»t iOoetf . 
h^irian of Si^%, ha ma # 
9m0Mtt4 Baitet^ Oun^ $r. 
acd^lftt. fttnle Wrom Cnnn^. 

Min Eliaabeth W. 
boOi of VirglaiA Btaiili; 
a Ml^ I^. A. B. Cranor m d 
i^k^mi^i xoi a trothar, ^^latn 
A. V. Qramer of Virginia Beadf. 




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^|Oa.«EMA^ FRAME 

yppOOA &IMICH - Mrs. Rana 
ABe« Ftaaa, of 3729 BtKoty Road 
'<&«[ l^riday hi her heme. 

ike is s<Bvived by a dmi^tor, 
Mn. A)ma Jean WOUams of P^ 
flieiilk. HJC,: eight sooa, WiUe 
^KAes FraaM (rf PfMtsmoutfi, 1^- 
aiaat Itoory Frame d VirgiBk^ 
BeifeiC Atei OeM Frame of E^- 
ria, OUo, ttiBiid! rrvne cf BalU- 
moR, Hmri^ Clark FVame Jr. 
of itfraii^, (Ma, Loyd Scott^ 
Fiame <^ Flat Woods. W- Va., tlsiii' 
Mmr Tnme af nymouth. N.C; 
h |pwdc^4k-a; ffiid four gresi- 
grandchildren. 



ftOa MQhXlfc WALLACE 
VBI69dA miOH-Mrs. ill olUa 
WaUace d U6 S. 6iRl Hack Road 
dad last l^ursday in a boapitd. 
Bcskles her hiuband and pa^ 
arib. liie 'is sturvived by a son. 
Jac^ Wallace Jr. of the Navy in 
Vbtaam, Calif .^ four dmigfaters. 
Ifri. Betty J. Lewis, Mrs. Sarah 
Whf^Mi. Mrs.' Geneva Holland, 
and Miss Vera B. Wallace of Vir- 
l^ua Beadi; aai seven sisters, 
lbs. I>»«tbea NeJ^tni of Virginia 
Beach, Mrs. Bobble J. WitUams 
and Mrs. Vivian Mitchel of Val- 
dai. Ga.. and Miai Munie 
Waftu-, Mite Asnte Mae Wittw, 
Ito Amette Walker, and Ifrs. 
Ib^ma Jenkins of Albany. 



LOVISE SAUNDERS 

VIRGINU fiEAOt-Afrs. Louiae 
StmOen, of loeth 5«h St, the 
1^ of Widton G. Satm^ers, died 
BuoAgy m a bo^itdl. 

AMiioB^ residMt of this area, 
Ae vi^ a dau^bto- of Oiartes Al- 
i^t and Mrs. Udu Umobert Mo^ 

m. 

|he was a mettb^ of GSHlae 

HACTOA BSACH—llie regular 
gjiOi^ nieettag of tfK Men's cy» 
if ttrSter^ tfw Sea RC Oiurch 
ms hiid tait week ^ the Recrea- 
tfon MQ on Utt Street. 

U. Cdr. Ridiani Dietz. l^, 
a oiior film '^dt ia 




iHfl d«das Md 
IBni ^^kUrt to Ms reeeUt 

%m aaitf mmmg «Uch «0 ke 
Oatsma- 



E^lMSpa} (aMt:h. a paiA jn^- 
dMt of CavaUer Gard^ C^, and 
IMS wd k|iown in civic and gar- 
da) dub drcks. 

Bealdis her hudtund, survivors 
indude tfaree sisters. Mrs. Grace 
M. Parker, Un. Nellie M. White 
UKi Mrs. Charktt Land Mott of 
l^orfolk. 



WsmSKt L. WILSON 
ViRGINiA BEAOl-Robert Lee 
WUsoo, <rf fflB Providence Road 
i^ed Siterday in a hospital. 

A nlWve d ^jartartHirg. B.C., 
he was the kuiftiand of Mrs. AUce 
Sow WUaoo. He was a member 
<^ Armstrong Memorial Presbyter- 
ian Caiurch and jriant seciuity su- 
pervlsw of Ford Motor Co.'s Nor- 
folk piint. 

B^des his wife, he is survived 
l^ a rister, Mrs. RusseU S. Case 
of Chark)tte, N.C. and three broth- 
^,~'i3einaT^ Wtlson ^d^ Oreens- 
boro, Arthw Wilson of Raleigh. 
^ Roy 'Wilson of Fkrence, S.C. 



DAV DINNER 

VmGmU mSACn — tht Vir- 
ginia Beach Oupter No. 20^ Die- 
.<ibled America! Veterms will boM 
a spa^Mtti dimer tm Sfltwdey at 
Scott Memorial IbteOn^ CbunA 
in Oceana begtening ^ U a.m. 
till 8 p:m. 

On the menu will be sp^ietU 
wit't meat saiK«, tossed salad, 
brend, coffee or tec. md milk for 
ihe childrai. 

The ladies of the diiffch will 
iBsist in servifig. • 

Ticliets will, be on sale aA tfte 
door for $1 sdkitts, and SOc for 
chilA-en unde* II. 



Thorouglisooil Sarilen fMk 



SHINDIG 

SEATACK — A Teenage Shindig 
Dance wUl be h^ at the Seatat^ 
Comnamtty crater Saturday eve- 
ning at 9 p.m. to m^ight Music 
wiE be provided by the Rhythm 

KiW. 
Pare^ art invited to cMn*» with 

tttetr teenagers to^ view cie Center r 

Admission will be 75c. For tidt- 

ets, call 428-484 or 428-7772. 




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ONlYteE 
DEMOCRATIC FARTlf 
CAN otFER VIRGINIA 
A PROGRAM FOR PROGRESS 

wiptiii 

SOUND GOVERNMENT 
ON:. - 



Hie 'nwrot^hgbod Gartei <3kk 
met Wednesday at ttM home d 
Mrs. W. T. Undanam. 

GueM qp^ko- was BxttH llal> 
tfwws. M^. at tiie Norftyk BMs^ 
ml Gvdas who Aowed slides and 
talked an huticultura. 

Wort >diops are being hdd for 
the forthcoming Bazaar, to be f»t- 
sooted (HI No^en^r 8 at the He^ 
mitage Elen^ntary Sdnd. 10 a.m. 
to 4 p.m. Am(Nig the itens ^ 
sale will be hats. Christinas d«»- 
rations, lnme^^ooked food, hwid 
made article, a White filefrfiant 
table and an exchisive table for 
chiklren to do their Chrlrtmas 
shopping. 

Mcmbere r«!eiving awanb far 
their arrn^ements were l^, 
Mrs. H. M. Jordan, Mrs. C. L. 
Owens, Mrs. T. W. Gray. Mrs. L 
L. Tuckw, Jr.; red, Mrs. F. A. 
Manning, Mrs. L. M. Reed; and 
yellow, Mrs. A- R. BruneDi. Fc^ 
horticuHure. blue. Mrs. L. W. Tilt, 



Mrs. A, H. Ci^epper^ Mrs. S. L. 
I^ty, Mrs. E. E. Gddaby. Mrs. 
C.^. Owens, Mrs. H. M. Jwto; 
an^ red; Mrs. a i. Denty. 

Most^s^ itfsi^hig Mrs. L^JIe- 
mam wore Mi^ &. F. Bhxxidy add 
Airs. B. L. Tr^gnS. 



VB Y-TEENS 



VIRGI1«A ffllACH - Ann JoMS 
has bscn ^ct^ pr^Sdeft for the 
Virginia Beadi High School Y- 
Teens. To sarve vH& bar tfe Do- 
rinda Iloarty, vice prudent; Jack- 
ie Sivertsen, treaairer; Ann Vow- 
ell, rep4iisAorian; Tlio-en Bafiim, 
chaplain, and Betsy Catp&i^ as 
tX representative. 

A coke party for all nev and 
old memljers was heki ai die home 
of Betsy Carpenter at 104 Dog- 
wood Drive. 



Theta Tri-Hi-Y /f Sec^^^ 




TH/OJA J- SaUy WUsoa wUl 
mpn as prerideM of the tbata 
Tri4n-Y of Prtaeess Anne H0 
S^ool, md widi b«- will be JsaS3 
White, first vice pendent; S^a 
Ibiknox, sera^ vice pr^idiHtf', 
UmSm Hemhicimm. recoi^i]^ sec- 
retary; Barbara M, eon«#«ri^ 
fa^ Bserrtai^; Julio NWiohi. trea»^ 
UPW; Mwy an^wd. th^plain; 
Jeanne Finchen, parlianwAariaa: 
Pam GO.V, historian: and Bifida 
Stdns. repoiier. 

Saiior manias whs have r»- 
cei^y been $^v^ are M«rte 
PoUie, Pamy HwOove. a^ Sie^ 
Cubcell; ^n^sn ere Lwrma Pres- 
coH, ElMW Truitt. P^©r Ward. 
Siari Nboi^w and Dottie Moore; 
MMi the sojrfwmores are 9$ABifKe^, 
Ddibi Via, Jane McKown and 
Marion Miller. 

Ilieta rec^tly held a pajana 
party and a doi^imit 3aie, and 
tst IxBily «igag^ b making a 
(b>at for Homecomii^ October 22. 



Chesapeake 
Clrdf 

%!f ionkT H. iutoiis 

From tha W af flic life worth 

livitt|.*liere U mwe true maritime 

history ai»l history-in-the-inaking 

by the author of 

TMs WoM Oiesapeake Bay. 

Isolates and explore! by picture and by word the people, 
places and personalty of the eitntodng Bay Country. 

M honegtfak, pJaMy told, 3^«$di best, 
•Fh» • lisB OB itaffl" whMt iw^ a«r. PN» wa. 

A) yew bMM««r, or 

COINIIL MARITIMK PRESS, INC, CnriifMi^ Hi 2U13 




ACHIEVEMENT IN THE PAST 
PERFORMANCE IN THE PRESENT 
OTPCMRTUIffry Ili THE FUTURE 

THEMST ; k 

"nie Democratic Party^ provided Virginia the reputation of 
being die most honestly governed among all the states and a 
wid^ acclaim for yound, efficient and progressive fw^ernmerit. 



THE PRESENT^ 

The Democratic Psrty j^ata^ii^g Vir^ia the roost dynaaifc. 
gmm^$m4tt—mt p*9'pi*tl'inot»ithmY. A proven fonminr 
for economic advancement based on: 
IndmWal DevelopmBnt, Agriculture and Tourism 

THE FUTURE 

The Oenwcratic Party now offers Virginia: 
Candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Attorney 
General v^ are: Abie and dedicated men of proven ability.- 
The only candidates with prior experience in State affairs-over 
fifty yje«»^ of »mbined legislative and'executive serviM to 
VIrginia.tf *e State level. The only (^pndidates ever to hold 
any electfve State office. 





FOR , 
AHORNEY 

GENIRAL 




Waldo C. mm . I- NWlliim Doswell 

IHate Campalfn NtalVBr SUte Cahipaign Coordinator 

GODWIN • rOLIARD • BUHON 

CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS 

Room 370 • fUdimmid ttotel 
UdNDond, ^ftf nia • flionc M3-190S 



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Don't turn your back 



Could you desert a deaf child? Ignore a blind one? Stand by 
and watdi a teen-ager invite troub e? Or Ih elder^ f^rson suffer 
in loieliness? Of course not Extend your helping hand Make 
youi gift generous enough to he^p these and' nriany more. 

Out ^l Works Many Wondtrs/CniilllE UMTED WAY 



This Ad Confribiileci by: 

Altschul's Dept. Store 
Ames & Brownley 
Bank of Virginia 
Bank of Virginia Beach ' 
Be-Lo Supermarkets 
Cavalier Ford 
C & P Telephone Co. 
Colonial Chevrolet 



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Coca Cola Bottlir^g Co. 

GEX 

Hoff (Jadillac-Oldsmobile 

Hofheimer's, Inc. 

The HuB 

Hotne Federal BIdg. Ass6c. 

F. S. Royster Guario Co. 

Miller Sc Rhoads 



PHR Certfer Shops 

Peoples Drug Stores 

Perry Buick Co. 

Prices, Ihc. 

Norfolk Savings & Loan 

Norfolk Federal Savings & Loan 

Rices Dept. Store . 

I^es 5c-10c-25c Stores 



Seaboard Ciflzens Bank 
Sears, Roebuck & Co.. 
Shulftian & Co. 
Southern Materials Co^ 
Smith & Welton, Inc. 
Southern Bank of Norfolk 
Virginia National Bank , 
L. Snyder's Dept. Store 






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VIRGINIA BEACH 





You^ ^1 tMUigera can becon^ tadkr tai f or ea^ tenons . . . 
thttits to a courae in femMne charm which k aite«d by Rose Hall, 
a^ dfrected by Julie CoIImus of Omhth AsMciilH. 

Roie HaU which cottimm its lovely Wstoricd home with modem 
faaMoM "lor the ladlat and their daurftort" md charming models 
hat had the '"niree N's" couHe for the ^ ei^rt years. The three 
n'a-flnatmia; lucems. lui oatoinilneBi— are oitwined wHfa die ^ 
Ijtoy of Rose HaU n there was wjce a sdiod for 'select ywing li^iea' 
OQ the fnounfa rf Rose Hall more than one hundred years a^, and 
ttutf school tau^t the three n's in addition to the r^^tion three r's 
to Up ttf gradiiilaa be ilvii« oamples upboMHag the reputatifin that 
"the k>vdiest la&s in the land come from Virginia." 

Vod^, tha fli|iae n's are beim tMgltt te ca^de Corrn to dasse^ 

whkh meet m die {^^KHMe buildi^ b^Und Roae H^l. Fott- ttanes 

COM a walk for m hnir or so, ^ nmre tha^ 2R young girls, who 

im«t have retched Uieir teens, meet with Julia who gives Uiem tips 

^ and iffiftructwns m how to "be a lady." 

fWe ft 01^ M«n to idults ttai pli et todiy tadt m k nsri rf the [ he rod abator A 
^atittes of a Iw^, the girls thonselves will tal» advanta^^ of any 
qi^rtunity whidi hdpt Oon to grow up grace^Iy with chartn. As 
h«r iDdal Itolzms txp^, the girl is c^ten smknoA jaA inmre of 
lliiradrii to lAM ta proper. A stabile act for a grownup nuy becwi^e 
a tmpr vgadarUkb^ tor the ^1 trying to appear more mature. 



FmSTDISTmCT 
PROJECTS APPfiOVEA 




WASHINGTON - Repreanta- 
tlve thomas N. Dowah^ d N^v- 
pwt News today teitfoed that ttie 
^ate-Home ^rcpiatm» Con- 
fowiee Committee had apjvoved 
ftinls for pbiming ^uts m two 
iiui^r navigrtloa Indies ta Vl^ 
gtaitai's flr^ DisMA - a S ft 
(^atd in tlw Ytft Rivtt- nd a 
dc^ w^r dwuei at (Muoh 
te^oe IiiM. 

. DowiMl^ uM that approval by 
the CMteeroe Conwnittfe virtual- 
ly anures pMMge (rf tiw PviOk 
Worls AiqmqH4ati<»i measure ty 
bith Ikuws (tf Congress. Initial 
pkmnii^ on tha Yoric Md Odnco- 
teague proj«ts can grt uniteway 
imnlediately. 

Cc^res.'TOan Downing said that 

11/111 !» TInharl 

^ Winra iioocii 

wn woiM urge a s<i>stantiai in- 
-krease in fund* for the two <fc€fp 
n^te projects in tiie next fiscal 
year's budget to aswe wrUal 
oroject cocMntttion in the shorted 
"oss-Ve time. 

NeiOnr deep water channd proj- 
3Ct was recommended in the Ad- 
ninisfe'i^OB's FY» bu«^. Con- 
gressman Dawning said that h: 
ind Senator Robertson, however, 
lid bseo convlcced that the Yqrk 
ind Chincoteague projec'^ should 
be add?d to the Wgetei PiAlic 
Worlts program because (rf thrir 
mportance to Virus's ecoaomy. 

A navigattffli ta^jrovements proj- 
3ct in tile York RIvw wsks origin- 
aUy sou^ by Coi^essman Dow - 
ing in a r^iitt$« approved by 
the House TiMk Wwks Ccmmit- 
tee. State agencies, kicluding Ok 
Vii^ia Porta Ajrf!bor;ty and ttie 



are 



mmf Hhiei <Mt) airi Gwaie Crockett smile iar tte pMograpber 



the girls tsre taugirt many tilings which olda- wonwa take for 

granted-4he graceful way to gel ta and out of a t»r, how to ah, how 

-rM- wa&. {Kt^tO" pestiuv, tips on mak^ and cities, and how to bz 

diaroui^ to tiieir boyfriend's motter. which, d6»a$6^ aalOBt^ 

JUm Hall oflan tiili chann iSHirw^ the very small fee dJfi- 1*^ 
graduated, and they received diplomas. And ^^e H 
, ttw a ia|uir*wtf of *e cRaOT t^m^^'^^ " 
^nc^ to model Rose Hall fashioos for two hoars on a 
Sabirdasy. iWi gives Uie girls additional invaHiable experience in 
putting to work what titev have learned. They become noised and 
self-reliant l^ talking wUh custMnen as they show the fa-^htons. And 
ti»y win gals oUier Intangibles from Louise Paaninrton wha direct? 
Rose Han faahira siwws and t'erry Nelson who fits tiie fashions and 
as^^ at the^ draws. 

Hie charm cburte is presented about six tipes duHng tiie year, and 
the wfxt course will be offwed some time in December. 

Much improvotwnt is noticed by tfie parents of the girls who take 
the course, and surprisingly, tiie fathers are ttie most coraplimoitary 
and pleased witii tiie diange in tiielr daughters. 

Maybe tiiat is npt so aurprismg . . .after all, ladies are expected to 
charm ti>e geotiemen .. . 




BMehrfcv Atfer diplamaa aa gniAiatea of the Roae HaD charm course 
ate (kit to right) Joanne Wood. Wendy Overbay, Lynn Qrlpps. and 
i^en Barrd wltfi Ji^ CoDnmos, sdiool ^toector. 



Vatican Report On WKVK 



LOS ANGELES — A weeUy ra- 
dk> pn^am will enable WKVK 
Uidiaices to fdlow more clssely 
tiie I^Hirth Sessimi d tiie Vatican 
Ccxincil tills fall, it was announced 
today. Originating in R(»ne, fre 
pn^ram, Vatic^Q Repent, wiU be 
a fifteen noioute mws and analy- 
sis-in-deptii cononentary or crucial 
inues under discussion at the 

BANK MAILS CHECIK 

VIRGIN ffilACH - Monday, 
Octobo* 25, will be a red4etter day 
for eittlcHners oi tiw Bank of Vir- 
^3^ B^ch, vibo ha^ been put- 
ting tacfiey Into Ovi^mas &tv- 
ii^ Aocoois aR year. 

^ooncb^ to Al&ed W. Crs^ 
Jr., Senior ^cef^fesident oC fte 
hmk, a total of $mjm biChrtot- 
nas l^^^i dieeb wfll be n»ikd 
is time for oataiaees to ree«ve 



Council. 

, ft-oduced by ti» Paulist Fafters, 
Vatican Report will be broadcast 
far tiie duration of tiie Fourth Ses- 
sion each Sunday at 9:35 a.m. on 
Station WKVK. / 

Narrator and mtirnewer fir 
VatKan Reoort wi'l be Panlit 
Fatiio- EDwoed Kleser, creator 
and host of Insight, the television 
^TMS widely syndicated thr^^ 
vjt the U.S. 

"Vatican Reowt wiH Ei»e full 
expression to Pr<^stant, Orthodox 
and Jewish viewpoints," said Fa- 
ther Kie<«r, who believ«f,^ ra- 
dio soriM win ai^ieal to a vast 
aes^nort of ti» American public. 

In addition to' 9 four-fliinute 
news roowJ-uo d the current 
m^k's Coinu^ happ&tings. the ra- 
dio imMfiram will analvze t^^ Is- 
sues through ad^Bd hrtoriews 
witii and rtatenwtts bjc toiiag 
bisbcKis and c^udiiia]|^ non^Tatfao- 
Bb dbso-ven ood fteoTt^aia. 



Gove^fior'i OomiMM on Indua- 
trid Om^apumA favor a deep 
iraler chimal li Qm York Rtvar 
to oonnM tiimrit l^.ocougcrii^ 
VM8^ Inh^rlii dev^pment 
and econon^ advaaeei bi ^ Y<»h 
a-ea are sidd to dtfpmi on deep- 
oitng the river dtnis^ 

In tiie ChiaaAMgM um a de^ 
wa^ chimiri it CSihicoteague 
Iidat iraukt naeai thrt tiie rapidly 
ociaiMling nirf chm ir^ustry 
would be able to land catches in 
Virginia. Laife woDUfi of surf 
clams am kx^ted off die Viitinia 
coast and a nAirtantiaJ fleet of 
vesieU are operating In Virginia 
wato-s. Surf cUnn v»a^ are un- 
able to navigate the Chincoteague 
Inlet corrwi^ and opening tiie In- 




iRGinia Beach 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OaOBER 21, 1965 

secnoNB 




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Boar& of tXrectors d bc^ l^t^, 
iet waiW 1m a mator factor i n I but mijwt now be s ^ twed by tiie 



the dwelopntKnt of ChinwAeaeue's 
ecmiomv. according to Downing. 

Feasibihty studiM by tiie U^ S. 
Army Corps ,of Engta^^ are ex 
pc:Aed to be underti^ra by tiie 
^f of tiie NorfoOi District Engi- 
neer in the immediate future 
D wn'ng said tiiat botii he and 
Senator RDb:rtson were deenlv in- 
terested in tiis York and Chinco- 
teague ppojsctp and he said "We 
intend to s aV on too of botii o 
these important |Mt>1ecti to se^ 
tiiit tiie necewary Sidles are com 
ple'ed just as 80:^0 « pos-^ible." 

"Sanator RAertswi and I," 
Downing la'd, "are deligVted that 
we w?r3 able to convince the Sen- 
i^Houae &>nferciiee QMnmit'^^e 
to ai^rowc our taioortant projects 
I am deeplv grateful to Ssnato" 
R:hert«)n." Downlr^? added, "for 
the snkmdid he*D he gave me on 
t'-e Senate side." 



CANDIDATES STATE 
INCREASE NEEDED 





ND — the D«nocraUc 
and Repd»lican (khemalsixvi cm- 
dldates have b^ aUted tiiat Vh^ 
ginia nwat kicreaae its h^iwofi 
^nahrodbn pit^rwn and the^ UW 
Qfliard Aissa3fi>ly shouU 



The cKiiSdatas in mnipiliffi to 
tiw ^g'nia Road Bufldn- maga- 
zine outlined t^r views on isgh- 
ways, « ' ;, 

William Story d Chesapeake did 
not make a statmi«ai available. 
Godwin raid, "If we tind tiiat prw- 
ent sources of income are nd suf- 
ficient to cover our need for Im- 
proving oitf educational, hi^iway 
and ^her programs, then we must 
not hestitate to consid^- a state- 
wide sale^tax. Should tiie sales 
tax prove necessary, tiiai I would 
certaiidy recommend that tiis^ pea- 
Uon accruing from automobile 
sales be earmark^ fcr highway 
use." 

HoItcMi £aid, "It is my judffsieot, 
based on rev^ius estimates f 3r the 
general fund, which I have made, 
that t^e approxonately $33 million 
which will be needed for tiie IS^ 
88 biennlum from tiie general fund, 
can be supplied wilhoat increase 
n exiatli^ tjxcs or impositicm qI 
a ;:ew tax." 

HoHon also said tiiat ha expectid 
the estimated reverue n^eds for 
Jii^jway constmcticn were extre- 
y conservativs, and that scnne- 
before tiie connpleticn of the 
tsn-^ear program, which will re- 
quire an additional |S29 milUoo, ad- 
ditwnal revenue sources must be 
found. He also said that, as Gov- 
^noc, he would rqaxti^^nmA the 
^lisn to accpive ri^-ol-way ahead 
of construction whidi was ad- 
i^oiced by ^ Hi#>way Study 
Cammissi(Ni and just recoitly ur- 
ged by the Hi^iway OMnmis- 
maner. 

An an attorney, Holton said ttuit 
it was ^^arent to him that tiie' 
Highway Ccnuniaaonier should be 
chosen fr<»n among capable iMisi- 
ness men and that a highway d^ 
partmait career man is not in a 
position to exeit:ise the independ- 
ent jw^merit neces^'ay m that im- 
portant post. He said tiiat the ki- 
creasingly firbitrary decisions 
which he had observe as an at- 
torney, had reinforced his tiiinking 
Qiat the Conanissioner sho^ be 
om who had iw previous (X«- 
nectiwi witti tiie Hi^iway De^ut- 
ment. 

Godwin said that the State must 
IB?ovide a sy^m of modern, safe- 
ty-desigTMd h^Mnys or the l^te 
wouU not be fai a praition to take 
adv^nt^ d tiw ^'^it ^>p<»rtUQi- 
ties to'^rowtii thai Un More liia 
S^^. He said the \tt0maf aydiem 
is banc to coBthwmg prc^wa m 



$ffee facets of our economic 

"^ inditttiM devdopnyn^ 
and tourism. 



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NORFOIiC- Nearly $335,000 in 
laun(h7 and ^ deanu^ conti-actr 
rec^t^ were awarded to ninj 
kical firms by tiie Piodiase De- 
partment of tiie Norfolk Naval 
Supply C&Axar. 

The UHracky «id dry dMntog 
servicfls wiQ be provkled to Nav^ 
installi^ons to the Tkiewater a^ 
by f irms fnm ' Norf<^, Porta- 
mouth and Vir^a Beach. 

The largest award, 180,338 wait 
to Moheois Homing Corporation d 
Norfolk, trading as Sanitary Uaea 
Sarvke, for components at the 
Norfotti Navd Base. 

The secoid hl^st ontrtet, 
$81,4S was awarded to Natiopad 
Services Industries, Inc., of Nor- 
folk for service to tiie Uttie Creek 
Naval ^i^[»%ious iBaae. 

The nmtracts are for one year's 
service, starting October 1. 

Two of the highest awacih went 
to rental laundriss. Ihe tiiird com- 
paiy providing rental service was 
Atltuitk: Cleaners of Vur^oia 
Beach. Their contrad for 122,985 
is for sa'vices at Uttie Credc Am- 
phHiimis Base. Ihe same corapai^ 
also won a|7,405 ccmtract for affv> 
ices and matoials to dry dean 
slip covers, aperies, cwiatais nd 
otiin*^ items (or ships and naval 
activities tiutw^ut tiie Udewater 
at«a. 

Whi^ Way Laundry of Norfcft 
won ihe hi^st noa^raisi londry 
c(Hiti-«:t, $44,220 for MpB in tiw 
Noifdk and Uttie Creek areas; 
tite Naval Di^wisary at the Navri 
Station; tiie Armed Forces Staff 
CoOiege; and buiMings at tiie Navid 
Station and tins Destroyer and Sub* 
marine Piers. 

llie Blue Bird Laun<h7 Corpora- 
tion of Norfolk, ti-ading at Sia- 
light Laundry and Dry Cleanfa^ 
Co., was awarded a $26,787 coo- 
ti-act fM- services at ti» Naval 
Stotiffi's Barradcs; tiie Headcpiar- 
t»? «id Service Battalion, Fleef 
Marine Force, Atiantic; Canp Ea> 
SKn«'s Marine Barradcs; tiie irt#. 
mesa CENCLANTTLT compound; 
4he public Works Center at tiie 
Naval Station; and ttie Naval Air 
Statiffl), Ooeai». 

The otfio" ««itrtct awards are: 
Snow WUte Lawdry of Virgtaiia 
Bead!, mm: Vb^ Fandljr 
LauKiry. II5JI26; Tidowater UneD, 
^448; and City Steam Laonky 
of PoKanouth, $0,6?0. 



GROWTH OF AREA RESPONSIBLE FOR 
PROPOSED BEACH BANK MERGER 



ViRGiNU BiBiu:^l~If aa goes 
accordb^ to plan, the Baidc of 
Virginia Baach will mM-ge witii 
First ft Mcrdiaate Ufk. hnd- 
i|uart»*ed in Ridimond, on Jan. 
uary 1, \9». The mergn- {to 
has ata^aify be^ approved by tt^ 



stodtiiddos <^ boUi 
th^ by refulatoxy 



banks uid 
authoritiM 



IB the Aek if»n d twnnty 
yaars, tiic bank has «ipanded ex- 
h«aoly qi^ldy. Tlvoi^ 1964. 
•t^ separate t»-aodies had baen 
opoaed in all aectiMis of Vir^a 
Baadi, and tiie satdlite Auto Bank 
M the MaHi (^Ice, whidi opeied in 
1S6h Thai tins year, two aAii- 
ttonal oftices woe opened in Nor- 
folk, in ttie Selden Arcade and at 
4hft -.Janai ShnnniiKl Cttitar J4ot 
only hr^ve the new hrimches kept 
pace %itii the growing city, l»t 



whldi govern banking institutions. ! the addition of the newest, most 
r^MI . 1 -* »!. » 1. I t»i--i 1 nioitem bmking equipment has 
Officials of tiie Bank of Virginia _^ ^ Bank of Vii^iia Beach 

Beach uc "optimistic" tiiat |he^.^^v^ even faster. 
mef$tt wUl recdve fixial.4ip^i^ 
in the near fuUire. 



The tnvter would mark the ia- 
troductioB d First & Merc^mts 
Into Virginia l^ach and Norfolk. 
In asset/, FfcM is tiie largest 
bank b tiie State of Virginia. The 
s:t»id larg^ bank in ttie State, 
Vhr^iia National Buik, headquar- 
tsred ih Norfolk, has tiiree of- 
f;c« to Virginia Beach. Witii the 
addition of tiie ten office d tiie 
Itenk of Vb^a Beach tiie new 
FIAf Bwk wouki have 32 of- 
fices to 17 Virginia cities. 

AcC(MrdiM to E. H. Churdi. pros- 
\AM of Iw Bank of Virgtola 
BMdi, fhre otim- atimn. had baoi 
recdvid for mei^rs, but "Firrt 
It Mert^aote' bid was tiie best" 
Ofurch wSded tiiat he is flittered 
with tilt dae premKun FMI was 
wiUag to (»y fur ttie acqutsttkm 
of tha Virginia Beach faculties. 
He n*% "% fact, it's quite a 
ooRj^hnent'* 

IM» fhe merger |dan Cbtfch 
wiB rMnaia as sei^ vtoe-prasi* 
dfst apd ofwratiag hMil af tbe 
rm banks hi Vlrgiiiia Bsadi 
md Noilolk, and SidiMjN& Kd)«n» 
(mmmd lito Vhr^Hla Bndi 
baak's bofnd woutf go «r iln 
hoird df jNhM. Aac<»'dmg to pres- 
ent pUw, all other persiEoel wiU 
remate in tiie sane or similar po- 
s'tttoiis. CSiprdi saki he ia pwtic- 
iriarfy {teed tiiat the mw l»nk 
wiO be able to offer trust a^tMcm 
for tiie fim time. FftM wouU 
send a qualified trug expert to 
Vkgbiia Beach. Gfauvdi said he 
feeb ttie new bade, with ti» ad- 
ditioii of Uie tiiist depertaient. 
wfll be better able to serve tiw 
commimtty ami tfia bank's cus- 
tomen. 

The Bank of Virginia Beach can 
b^ osmpred to the mighty oak 
tree, wkidi grew rathe- quickly 
from a small aoom. Church says 
tte Jrpwtti of this area is res- 
ponsJMo kr tiie growtii d tiie 
the bade. whi(^ obviously created 
interest by FftM and gtiier banking 
Inrtitutioiis. In barking circles, tiie 
Bank of Virginia Beach is a rda- 
iivdy new organization. It opened 
f 'to doors 8^ 102 Atlantic Avenue in 
luae of 1945, witii a woiking ci^ 
ital of $150,000.. Churdi has been 
President of tiie bank since tiiat 
time, £ttid Kellam has ahn been 
assqpiatecj witii tiie bank since it 
begtti. 



The growth was fast, but ^nwed 
the need for such banki^ facUi- 
ti^ in tile City of Vir^nia ^Mh. 
Sx montiis alfter tiw first office 
o>p«aeii tiie t6tal resources were 
slij^y over ^ mlQlm. Five years 
'ater, at tiie end of 1950, tii* re- 
re.ources had grown to 3^ mil- 
lion, and oily t«i ^ars ugo, tiie 
rMources had reached the $8 mil- 
lion mark. By 19S8, tiie resources 
had topped $10* miOion and by 
the &kd d tt63, the total reaowces 
were above $20* miHion; in 19$4. 
rapidly approaching |23 miUon. M 



Ihe said Seg^rndber of tius y«u-, 
tile resources t^^led ^,5N,000. 
ssni are still rising ra|4dy. The 
wfffking capitd has bMS'eassd 
fnwn $::>3.(xo to $1,500,000 at tiie 
end of Septemba* lOS. His ten- 
fold growth in twenty years clearly 
shows excellent management ai^ 
operatk)n, ?r.d points out how one 
office (^ikl become ten in ju^ 
tweaty y ea r s . The p«w main ^ 
flee at Laskin Road and Pacifk 
A^eraie opoied ^st a tern short 
years atfer the bank was founded, 
and has, since that time, under- 
gone a great deal of oj^ansion. 



Ftotw. accordtaf 1o oMdab djltt 
bMik. the iv^wad i^fpr wUPri- 
kiw fta^iar fsqwttiM mkI 0W^. 
Churdi raiMMd up tiwHwa^ 
plan by saying, "Vi^inia Ba^ 
mi NoiifoHf constitute wie of Wie 
leadmg growtii areas of tiie ^v 
tion, as well as the Oki DomUA. 
As part of the First k Ma-diiim. 
organizMion, and becked by ii 

we wiU be in a podtkn to jin 
an imireaihigly tanportairt rde p 
tiie devdo{nneat of tins 1M» 
throu^ expanded servk;e to la- 
du^ry and indivkhiah." 



Baytiile Uon$ 

BAYSIDE - The Bayskle iJons 
C^ md recentiy at Shore IMve 
lui, witi) tiw president, E. Howard 
l^adKy. pre^dhig. 

S^cofid vicf preski^ Dewey 
SinviK^ hitiDduced (^the guest 
tpfokf^, R<^bat KowalsU, safety 
e^CiiiQ^ for Fleet Safety, chi ot- 
jadta^n which conducts sslety 
trdah^ |i»t^ams for the truddng 
iadhuftiy. Baxter Jduisra, head of ^ 
tiw organiE9ti(m, was also ai 
invited guest. 



ifowalski telked brief^ about 
lu^}way accidents before ^wtog 
a flhn. Ae stated that about 97 
potittiC of ow road acddoite 
couU be avoided. Naticmwide hi^ 
way aoddHrts take 1 life every 14 
mkn^ The deatii rate on ^/lr. 
gtak fMids is dMut 1 every 8 
hours aa^ dwot M persons hi»- 
{dtalked evsy day. 

the fflm iriiMi was shown was 
produeid by ttie Ohto State Fdike 
umI l i iw i i i i soow bad acridwts 
(Mr 0^ rtads. (Qhto has one of 
&a lower aocidat rates.) 




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PletuKd alMve aie tiie eight «f^ ef ttw Bank ef Vlrgbda Beach, speaed pitor to iM. AI s( Ike 
offlc^ aie ta the qty of Vlrgl^i Beaeh. 




A new offlee of the Baak lof Vk^{taiia Beach was opened flita yetf 
hi the SeMea Arcade to famwiinm Nerf dk. for the eoaveairaee of 
ba^ coatoams. 




The topA efBce «f Ow Bank ef mrghria JBeaeh nas 
hi hforfolk. at the Jaaaf ffcsfftog Cealer.' " 



tills 



LT Tryouts 
Mon. i Tue$. 

VIROINIA BEACH - CharkU 
Wharbmton, presklert of the 10^ 
ginia Beach Uttie Tb^it^, att> 
nounces tryouts for tbe secmd pisf \ 
d the i^ason 'Slent NiglA, laa^ 
Night" wi^ be heki on Maoctef 
and Tu^ay evoiings M 8 p,m. 4 
tiie Courtyard PtoyitouK ap 13^ 
street « 

The drama in two acts bf Rob 
ert Andsri^m was played on ttciQ^ 
way by Henry Fonda and Barlanl 
Bel Geddess It wiM require a caM 
<4 six. A wnnan in her m^ 
thirties witii much of the ^ 
in her fflid a catahi trwtti^ ii|< 
nocence; a xam in Us early li^ 
ties, gentie, ^wghAd mid cul- 
tured; a maid of aSt w^ bet«Me| 
forQr and fifty; a newly wed ceijh 
{de; and a young boy of U. ^ 

The play WiB be directfe*-^ ^ 
Liz Sills and will be {NresenAed lii|' 
cembo* 3, 4, and 5, oad Deceno^ 
10 and 11. ' 

"Stop tiie Work], I Waitf to'^ 
Off" will have its final 
ances on the 22, 23, and 34 of 
tober at 8:% p.m. 




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BIBLE GARDEN 

BAYSir« — Rev. James V. 
Foe, pastor of the Ba^de 
Churdi, aiuwHUK:^ tlut a 
Garden is to be fdanted 
tiie iKiildings of ^ Rajwlde Bi^ 
tist Church, 1900 bkick of PkMlsui 
Hmise Road. Tiie garden vM 
elude p^fts Mid tre^ 
in the JKble a^ tiw imflE 
ttie ebirdies will be toed 
crepe myr^ trees. 

The deac<^ d , ttw l^dtt 
Churdi approved a Ua/kx^fe pla^i 
pe^ailbed br Geo^ Wm^ m^ 
obtehwd tiw plam frset Ma. ft 

he m Hv^A G^^riB td 
BolaiArfl daiin^ 




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lief ffd5ist CHURCH 1 

Princess Anne ^ ' 

Rof R. Jkcktoli. PliMor 

'10:00 a.m. — Church Scho<4 
ll:16».m.«!^Jdorniag WoyUp 



FRANCIS ASBURY 
IIETH6D1ST CHURCH 

Great Neck Road 
L«Roy Davit, MisUtar 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
H;00a.m. — Morning Worship 



CAVAim OARAOI 



Holly lUaJ * Ca^yiw Dr. — 428.1131 
31*1 * Paaifk Arm. ^ 41«.97M 



SCOTT MEMORIAL 
METHODIST CHURCH 

409 First Colonial Road 
R«v. H. W«rk Carry, F««ter 

8:80 arm.— Horning Worship 
9:46 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worahip 
7:30p.ra.^Youth Feflowrtiip 



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HAYGOOD MEMORIAL 
METHODIST CHURCH 

4713 Hay good Road 
Robwt P. Uryaa. Paitor 

9 :46 a.rj. — Church School 
1 1 :00 P m.'— Morning W orahip 



HAYGOOD METII«Q>IST 
CHURCH 

• 8149 Bayshore Road 
8:80 am.; 9:46 a.m. and 11:00 
a.ra. — Worship Services 
0:46 am.— Church School' for 
all age groups 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Second seuion of 
Church School for children 
SB through 7th grade and 
aoidts. 

7 :00 p.m. — Methodist Youth 
FfUowship for young people 
tth, 8th and 9th grades in 
junior High Group and lOth 
grade up for Senior Group. 
Fnends welcomed. 





Gary was Uirel fHfn o6 ttie ct&ir ^. W« 
Uxk him as a hirth^y treat for hb flnt trip to 
tiM 100. He,dau-]y loved all ef tin ftnimala, teit 
^ peak of adventare «ai flit el^ftu^ti. IHa 
^m shone as he watched tk« ffreat gnj truiAa 
noffle and find Us bravely flung pewiots, then 
stuff them into giant erunehhit j*wi. 

"Oh," he breads adoring, "etephasta ar* 
bit... as big as God!" « 

His arm tightened aroOnd my iiedc as he 
leaned to throw more nuts to his jumbo friends 
and I hugged him dose, glad that already he ha« 
leanwd to see God everywlwre. 

I, myself, was almost iprowa before I realizeil 
Go<fi "ever-pr^ence" and titt strengtt thk 
knowledge brings, so it has been a great joy to 
yat^th fi aw a re nea a of th i s tr uth deve i op'^ tly^ 



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fl'VAkHVjMirt**^' 



in mf son. 

Why don't you go to your church and take 
your diild with you? It is the most importuit 
fficpwience }^u eui share with him. 

THfc CHURCH POM AU. • AU. rOft THK CHURpH' 

7%i Cteth b thi iiwtal hetor k^ anS a^Mrt Iht Chw^ IWr 

an: (U ParMi«vnnlML (1) Far 



7:80 p.m. — Evening Service 
PnbHe ia taivitad. 

ST. AIDAN'S 
fi>ISCOPAL CMURCH 

Kixf's Grant Road 

ft Hdinbui^ Drive 

Phone 840-8780 

.Ra*. L. J. Taylavr Jr., Viear 

10:00 a.m.— Holy Communion 

(first and third Sundays) 
Morning Prayer, 2nd and 4th 

Sundays 
Church School teonearrmt 
with services) ^ 



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CATHOLIC CHUiU:H 

644 itUe Neck Rd. 
Phone 340-7Mr 



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KNOTTS ISLAND 
METH<»IST CHURCH « 

Knotte Island, N.C. 
Rt^rt C. Bla«l^'Miaitt«r 

10:00 a.m.— Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Worahip Service 



BAYLAKS. MStHODIST 
ei^R€H 

&ore Dr. at ^tou^ Island 

Drive in fiarnide 
Rayiaead g. Mwt4r. MiaUtar 

Sm A lltOOiUB.— -WobWp 
Service r 

8:45 a.m.— Sunday School 

CHARrtY METHODIST 
CHURCH ^ 

Back Bay, Vir^nia. 
LaaUa E. Graca, Mlaistar^ 

10:Q0a-m. — Chun:h School 
1 1 :80 a.m. — Morning Worahip 

sAuyi lirra^isT . 

frineaM Aan^ 'Vht0ii« . 
Eaiory S. ^laioM, MuMstar 

10 ;06 a.m.— -Morning Worship 
11:00 a.m.— Charch School 
T:SOp.ni.— Youth Fellowship 

COMMUNITY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Acredale — Kempsville 

ReT. John L. Kibler, Jr. 

9:45 a.m.— Church School 

ll:00a4tt. — Morning Worship 

7 :30 p.m. — Youth Fellowship 

LYNNHAVEN METHODIST 
CHURCH 

LttOe Neck Road, - 
Rar. Osaar V. Rodritaaa 

10:00 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a..m-r-Moming W orshii 

LaKlES I^TUODIST 
CHURCH 

6680 ViMrinia Beach Blvd. 
tU*: C. Katon Gray 
8:80 a.m.— Early Worship 
Ber^ea 

9:4|a.i||. — Church School 
ll:OQiJO.— Late Worship 
Service 
6:00 p.m.— Youth Fellowship 

t&THEi METHODIST 
CHUROi 

. fbrinc^tti Anna 
Roy R. Jacksoar Pastor 

10 :00 a.m. —Morning .Worship 
ll,:(K»a.m.— Chunch School 

208 Plaza Trail 
Herbert G. Hobbt. Paator 

9 :46 a.m. — Church School 
11 :00 a.m. — Worship Service 
7 :00 p.m. — ^Youth Fellowship 

ARAGONA BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Now Mating In Louise 
Lujcford Elementary School 

N. C. Clifton, Paator 
9:45a .m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6 :30p,m.— Training ITriion 
7 :80 pm.— Evening Worship 
■^-.SOpjn,— Wed. Prayer 
Meeting 

riisT BAPtiAt tSltlRCH 

Ysth St at Holly ild. 
H. Wadell Watars, PaslAr 

0:30 a.m. — Sun^y School 
1 1 :00 a.m.- -Morning W.orship 
6:16 p.m.— Training Union 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Service 
Evening SenrlcAs 80 min. later 
May 15 -Sept. 16. 

NMIMO METHODIST 
CHMRjCH 

Prineees Anne, Vitginia 
l^mery 8. El&ora, MTatit*^ 
10 tl 6 a.m. — Church School 
11:18 a.tt.— Morning W<irship 

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Hm Rev. EiBanl Beiklley, Reetor 

the Rev. Macon B. WaUoa, 



Wtw. Tktmas M. SoaiBiafs 
Sunday Masses — 8:15, 9:30, 
10:46, and 12 Noon in the 
Church; 11:00 ift Princess 
Theatre, 8177 Viriflnia Beach 
Blvd. 
Conf essiona^Saturday 4-5 p.m. 
and 7-8 p.m. 



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BAPTIST CHURCM 

L. WarraB CkaM, Paster 

9:30 a.m. — Chnrch School 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Wordiip 
7:80 p.m. — Evening Worship 

CARROW 
BAPTIST CHURCH , 
RaT. Gary B. ThooipsoB 

9 :46 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m.— 'WinririP Service 
1 :45 .m. — Vesper Service 
6(30 p.m. — Training Union 
7 :30 p.m.-.^£vangeUstic 
Service 



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KALA CHUJICH OF CHRIST 

Creeds, Virginia Beach, Va. 
W. T. Waavar, MiaUtar 

10:00 a.m.— Bible School 
1 1 :0d a.n^. — Moving Worahip 
6 :45 p.m — Youth Program / 
7:S0pm — Evening Worahip 



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CHURCH OF CHRIST 

1460 Va. B^h Blvd. Oceana 
Roy N. Wikoa, Miaiatar 

10:00 a.m,— Bible Stiub, 
11:00 a.nj. — ^Morning Worship 
7:00 p.m. — Ejvening, Wc|nhit> 

FIRST QHURCH OF CHRIST 

SCIENTIST 
sa^s^ iW - 20th Street= 
11 :0d am.— Church Servi» 
8 :00 p.m.^Wednesday 
Service ■ ^^^ll-j--;-^-.: ,- ^ 



HIRSC:MJ9fS ' 

Infl^ Angef Rcgriar And All 
1>pes Of CUldien's Orfliopedie'Sheea. 
Aracena ShopplBg Center 
^ 8040 VirglaU Baach Blvd., 4A7-0338 



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11:00 a.m.— Holy Communion and 
Samoa (First .Sunday) 

11:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer and 
I^TOon (2nd. 3rd, and 4th Sun- 



9:45 a.m.-Church School, (S^- 

tember-June) (Nursery thraigh 
Adults) 

10:00 a.m.— Week Day— Holy Com- 
munion 

10:30 ajn.— Thursday»-i-Laying <m 

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PanI R. Aidrich, Paator 

9:4&a.m. — Sunday School 
iOAb a.m. — Mormng W or^p 



TEMPLE EMANUEL 

25th and Baltic, Va. Beach 

Philip Pincus, Rabbi 
7 :30 a.m. — Services Mon.-Fri. 
8*15 p.m.— Friday-Sabbath 

Services 
10:00 am. — Saturday Sabbat 
Service 
8 :00 a.m. — Services Sunday 




OLD DONATION 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

449 Witch Duck- R6ad, Bayeide 
I 8:00 a.m.- Holy Communion 
(Except during rector's va- 
cation) ^ 
10:00 am. — ^Morning Prayer 
and Sermon (Holy Com- 
munion on first Sunday of 
each month.) " 

EMMANtJEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

23S 9owman Kbad 
Rav. Oiarlaa R. McGinlay^ 
8 :00 a.*. — Holy Communion 
10 :00 a.iB.-r-Holy Communion 

mat ft SJd Sunday) 
10:OOa.n|.— Morning prayer 

(2nd ft ith Sunday) 
Chorch School follows Oie 
10:00 a.m. Service. 
Nursery service is available. 

EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL 
(EpiseM) 
R. Sidaey SaMers, Ractor 
8 ;00 a.m. — Holy Communion 
9:60a.m.— Family Service 
and Morning Prayer 
(3rd Sunday Holy Com- 
munion) 
1 1 :00 B.m. — Motning Prayer, 
sermon (Ist Sunday Holy 
Communion) 

STAR OF THE SEA 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

14^ St. & Arctic Circle 
Rav. Praaeia V. Bambrick 

. MASSES 
Winter--8 .00, 9 :30, 1 1 :00, 
. ia:l5 
Sumnier'— (June l-Labor Day) 

TMi mo, 9:00, 10:00, 

lliOOj ftiOO 
ttoty Days— 6:00, 7:00, 9:00 

a^ iiio p.m. 
W4mm winter— 6:30, 8:45 

^nuiieiv 8:45 a.m. only 
C^feipdMUi— 4 :00 to 5 :00 and 

7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Saturday 

ST. Matthews 

CATHOLIC CHURCH 

1010 a^fa Lane, Va.. B^ach 
l|lhar> ClH^a, Father Fiadlay 

Sniomer Masses— 7:80, 9:00, 
lOiSO ini 12:00 
jm««rion each Saturday 4:00 
to 5:00 and 7:00 to 8:00 



EMANUAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

Lynn Shores Drive at Va. Bch. 
Kanaath A. Price, Pastor 

9:10 a.m. — Sunday Church 

School 
10:30 a.m. — Worship Service 
(nursery provided) 
6 :30 p.m. — Luther Lieague 

EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH OF THE 
GOOD SHEPHERD 

1489 Laskin Road 
Rav. Dickaon W. Taylor 
8 :30 a.m. — Worship 
9 :80 a.m^ — Church School 
11:00 a.4i — Wot-ship 
(Nursery provided) 
6:30 pm. — Luther League 

OUR SAVIOUR'S 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Baylake Pines, Ba^de 
Kanaath R. Carbaugh, Paslar 

8:15 ajn.— -Worship Sar^ce 
9T45 a.in.— Oiiffch School 
lUm iurtC— Wor^ip Service 
^Ntu*sery provkied) 



PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

9:30 a.m. — Church Sehool 
Rosenybnt Road & Plaza Trail 
Wa|ita J. Millar, Mtaiatar 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday school 
11:00 a.m. — Church Service 



LYNNHAVEN 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Village 
Rav. Marion R. >Wabb, Jr^ 

9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m. — Youth Fellowship 
6 :30 p.m.-*Pioneer Fellowship 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Worship 

CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 Ara.^ona BoulQ,vard 

M. Blandl Dudley, Miniatar 
8:30 a.m. — Worship & Church 

School 
9:30 a.m. — Worship ft Church 

School 
11:00 a.m.— Worahip ft Church 

School 



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PRINCE OF PEACE 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(Missouri Synod) 

424 Kings Grant Road 

Rar. J. Elmer Ma^ay, Paator 

8:00 a.m. — Divine Worship 
9 :15 a.m. — Sunday Schdol 
and Bible Class. 
10:30 a.m.— Divine Worahip 
Holy Communion— 1st and 3rd 
Sunday. 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Pacific Ave. at 36th St. 
John S. Lylaa, Paatat' 
Mr. waUam D. Russell 

9:46 a.m. — Church School 
11 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
Nursery Service Provided 



' - OCEAN PaRIC 
" COMMUNITY CHURCH ^^ 

guPont Cirde, BayaideiWa. ■ 
aalE. McCnlloafh,' ThJf., 

9 :45 a.m. — Bible School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
'7:30 p.m. — ^Family Night 
Service > 



VIRGINIA BEACH 
COMMUNITY CHAPEL 

Laskin Rd., Linkhom Bay 
ReT. Richard Woodward, Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11 :00 a.m. — ^Morning Worship 
11:30 a.m. — Cfcaldren's Church 

8:00 p.m. — Evening Service 

SUBURBAN CHRISTUN 
CHURCH 

111 Lobough Ave., 
, Bellamy Manor' 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Rot. J. Fradarick Parker 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning ^Woqrdup 
1 1 :30 a.m. — Child^ns Church 

7 :30 p.m. — Evening Serviea 

LYNNHAVEN COLONY 

UNITED CHURCH 
(Coagragational Chriatiaa) 
Great Neck Rd. nttr Shore Dr. 
The RaT. Tho. 1^ ftrlttoa 
9 :45 a.m. — Chdrch School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worahip 
7:30 p.m: — Pilgrim 
Fellowship 
Nursery for small children 




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CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

First St., Glenrock, Norfolk 
E. Cr«wall CaotayV Putor 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a:m. — Mormng Worship 
6 :30 p.hi.— What-Nota 

Fellowship 

6:30 p.m. — Pioneer Pellovirship 
6 :30 p.m. — Young People's 

Fellowship 



OCEANA CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENB 

^. Coirt SooM fi4L^ 0«e8n 



KINGS GRANT 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

(Now meeting in the King's 

Grant Elementary School) 

Raymond C. Flitton, Paatcw 

9:50 a.m. — Sunday Sclwol 

1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

BAYSIDE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Near Robbins Corner 
ReT. J. E. Johnaon, Paator 
9 :4S a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 arar-Morning WorA^ 

THALIA TRINITY 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Now mdeting in the Thalia 

Elementary Schnol \ 
Irrt^i R, Slubba, Miniatar 

9 :30a.m. — Morning Worehip 
10:46 a^n.^— Church School 



CHURCH OF GOD 

620 14th Street 
Babhy H. Sans, Paator 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
11 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7 :30 p.m. — Evening Worship 



ASSEMBLY OF GOD 

Vin^nia Beach Boulevard 

East Lane — Oceana 
Rav. Samuel D. Bailer, Jr. 
9 :45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
7 iSp p.m. — EvangeUstic 
Service 



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PENTECOSTAL 
CHURCH OF CHRIST 

15th St. and Baltic Ave. 
Elwood Kam, Pastor 



PRINCESS ANNE FREEWILL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

1416 Oceana Blvd. 

H milia past Oceana Air Sta. 

on right 

T. J. Tti^la, Paator 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Worship Service 
6:30p.te.— dible 8ttt<fy 



PEMBROKE MANOR 

UNITED CHURCH 

(Congragatiaial Chrlattall) 

Meetings in Pembroke Manor 

Elementary Sch^l 

RaT. Charlaa F. Pagram 

9:30 a.m. — Church Sciuwl 
10:30 a.m. — Worship 

Nursery at all services 

FRIENDS MEETING 
(Qnakar) 
Laskin Road 
9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — ^Meeting for 
Morning Worship 

ST. MARK A.M.E. CHURCH 

Oceana 
RaT. D. P. Falton, Paator 

9 :30 ^.m. — Sunday .School 
11:00 a.n\. — Worship Service 

DIAMOND SPRINGS 

CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

-Diacinlea of Chriat 

6700 W. Haden Road 
G. DaTid SbreeTOa, Paator 

8.45 a.m. — Worship Service 
9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 
ll:00a^m. — Worahip Service 
6:30 p3n. — Yoath Groups 

BAYSIDE CriRlSTIAH 

CHURCH 

CCoagraf«ti«Mil ) 

Shore Drive ft Oreenwell Road 

Earl L. Fprrell, Miniatar 

9:45 a.m. — Worahip Service 

9 :45 a.m. — Sunday Sehooh 

1,1:00 a.m. — Worship Service 

WYCLIPFE PRESfiYtERUN 
CHURCH 

John B. Dey Elem. SehOdl 

J. Stanton Blain, Paateyp 

10:00 a.m. — Morning Worudn 



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Do fwi wmiA to luv* fitt tiib Fall 
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hunt" 

Here't tew to^|day. A^tait a 
rderec who gives each mwdM* of 
the family-eluding the AUren, 
of c«irse--a bag of crocm iMilbs. 
He telb th^ "irfayera" to pJant five 
or six buUM three im^hes dtep and 
apart In the moat uidU^ j^aces 
they can think of-between paving 
stones: near the base of fence 
posts; among hedge plants; i»xt 
to it^w; war the trwAs <rf trees, 
etc. D(»'t firet about ti^ unusual 
planting spots becauiw droeui look 
"ri^A" uyii^e. 

Tlje playwi U»«b report the 
places wha<e they planted their 
bulbs to Oie rtferee; aaburaQy. not 
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Homeowno^ frfmtir^ trees and 
shrubs {his fall should select tiwee 
wlUi a healthy Uxp ptnvth md a 
good ro^ ^stam. adviaet E3gi« L. 
Easter, Onuflnental Hwl^turist 
at Virginia Beach. RaUw than 
transplanting lar^ pUu^, it is 
often beM to select snidl aom. 

For a deciduious plant, planting 
is usudly dme wh«i the plant is 
(kurmant — ttiat is, vrfim aU its 
leaves have falloi (tff- 

Planting lar^ {riants at ttis 
time enhances Uieir diancM Of 
survival since transpiratira is i^ 
4uc^, ctnnments EairtM*. 

Evei^reca plants ii^xM be 
moved in early string or U^ fall 
In moving this type d plai^ it is 
nec«s.<sary to keep a ImiII of soil 
around the roots. This can be done 
by wrapping the ball of earth witii 
burlap and tying with twine. This 
prevents the ball from breaking 
apart and the roots from bdi^ 
imrtren: 



to reduee the i^Miwe po^ pwtion 
la rdatkm t^ te reel qpM«i, says 
ttie hMtkultairirt. 

1^Bn)i4f \xv» pU^ed this fall 
widi bwlap at ^nflar iMtoial 
wfll {x-event sun ac^. Burlap 
bags cut b^ ^pa four to ^ 
indies wide ahnikl bt naeil. I^nt 
at the baM of the ti«e md wrqi 
the entire item moat of the 
larger trandMs. 

Many onafl trees ve \Qak each 
year becauae Aey are not staked 
|NKq)erly. Itoae vrtiidi wrvive and 
wivteh are not irtaked often grow 
crooked. 

nace a stAe of suffldent height 
to Mqpport the tree in Oe pound 
jrilnut two feH. 1%e std» should 
be placed on the akle of the 
{revailtaig wfaid. Afta- iMttag the 
stfldw, Uuvad a wire through a 
Diece of gardoi hMe. Place the 
hose around ^he tree and wire it 
to ttie stidK to hdd the tree in 
^ 4s^ better t» ^aoe the 



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Deciduous trees and i^rubs, also, 
^uld have a ball of earth moved 
with thesn. If, towever. deckkxMis 
plants are moved bare root, wrap 
the TOfAs with burlap or plastk 
to prevent them fnnn dryi.ag out. 

In planting the plants, dig a hole 
deeper and larger than the nxrt 
sy^^n. Remove the poor soU from 
the hole and replace it wiUi good 
topsoil. It may be neceswrv to add 
oeat moss or otl^pr soil conditioners 
to provide a |^ soil mbrture to 
p!ace around the root. Easter says. 

In placing the plant in the hole, 
set it properly so jthat it will be 
no deeper than it was hdsxt it 
was moved. Too often peoole set 
plants deeper than they originally 
were; this smothers the roots d 
&e plant, and evei^aUy results 
in its death. For instance, it tak^ 
only a very small amount of soil 
above the or^nal soil level to 
smotl^er a dogwood. Tliis may n<rt 
.<;how uQ even in the first or Mcond 
ye<)r: but evenhially the (togwood 
will die, says Easter. 

' After the plant has been placed 
in the hole at* the proper def^, 
firm the soil around it and thai 

-water slowly to, give it a good 
soaking. Ttiis settles the soil more 
closely around the ro(Hs. Afto* this 
has been done, cut about one-third 
at the top back. This is im^sary 



•tdM in the hole before filUng it 
wUh soU tfoce rooU may be 
inured if the stalre is placdl a^ 
Ae tree is planted. 

The tree should remain staked 
until the root ^tan has a chaiKe 
to grow out Arcon the root ball and 
become firml y^ablished in the 
soil. 



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Foe, wife of the pasUH- of Bayside 
Baptist diurch, recently installed 
the new officers for the Wffitian's 
Mis3k)nary Union. They are pres- 
ident, Mrs. William Smith; vke 
president, lib^. Roy Early; secre- 
tary, Mrs. Elwood McCnintic; and 
trea<;urer, Mrs. B. D. Mulkins. 

D?D<)rtment chairm«) are Mrs. 
W. F. Sokmon. Mrs. J. C. Eanes, 
Mrs F. W. Walk. Mrs. Jack Bre- 
oer, Mrs. W. G Bishoo, Mrs. C D. 
Black, Mrs. Manhall Cake. Mrs. 
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Wright Mrs. Lucy Wood. Mrs. C, 
T. Cra^etm, Vbn, John Drown. 

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Lucv, lira. R. L. Kmtman, Mnr. 
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David Harris. Mrs. John Steete, 
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founding of the United NattanM 
and (2) focus public attention <ffi 
the vast octent awl significance 
of international cooperatiim anMat^^ 
nations rathe- than (» the een^ 

fUcts that divkle them. « 

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hope to dramat^ the iBer«tt)l» 
extnrt to whk^ international oh 
(^ration has become a fimclknl 
ing and meaningful elemeit ia mm 
Vm* m a m»i-politk:id, hl^^ 
pract'cal ba^sis as well as to «** 
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of bfih piAlk and private tectanP 
In all coimtries toward what ftir* 
t*»er rrf><»r»«s cwld be made ii^ 
international cooreratkw. * 

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clainwd the particioatfon of flif 
United Stetes in Intematicmal Co* 
ooeratton Year. Om" own Uirite^ 
Spates observance wiQ cuhnia^oi 
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observance tA United Natkna* 
Dav. proclaimed by Ihre^lent« 
Johnson as Sundav, Oeti^ t4,*, 
1965 will also emnhasiae mk im-« 
Tv^rtwce of Intem9tlonsl Cooowe-' 
t'on Year s^ well a.s the 30th an*^ 
n«v«»»H.arv of the foundin? of Aoi 
United Natkns. In pigmng ttw' 
Pr^clamaHon. tlM Prwident tvf^ 
Americaift to engaee in aopro-! 
ranate ceren^'nies that win cep^ 
trib>«t8 to a better uaderattnd^ 
of the &\m%. achtevemen^ aocp 
nroblems of 'hf UN and its fa»-« 
ilv of atrencies. ,,^ 

Fdlowing up the Pr^kienAfs* 
suggestion, many mayors md go^* 
emors dmiui^t dw coimtry have* 
already taken actkn <» die re.« 
quest of the UNA-USA thift they: 
name dficial UN Day Chairmen^ 
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Mi^r4 k.rAm It IK IB m 
of iMimm Tmmet; tax 




II JloM A. INm ft ox. rile 11^ 
At «^ Sortl«fi Mite lec. S; tax 

Q^n OaMbms&B Oorporation 
Is MNrid L. Rnna et ux, hit ISI, 
|dat 4 SaitfNn MMi aec. S; tax 
II7JS. 

S^i 6. Rode «l vk to Brad- 
^^ Acns OKparttim, kt S. pM 
tf Wck(«oad Gardm aec. S; tax 

TnOrnkk S. mm ct ux Is 
kradNnd Aers Cmpcmkti. lot «, 
Mock I, plat III FooaiwiitaB Villain: 

tax $ffM. 

Ra^ C. IBD et IB to Braitfuxi 
i£m OMporatton. M M. Mock 8, 
w ^nanDirtai v taagt ; 

no> fi^ty CorpOTatkn et ds to 
jM#)i P. CamfM. HI ct ux. lot <. 
Uodk S, plat 0t Pitaem Mee 
i^aza sec. 12; tax I22.S0. 

Cba1c-¥1Meiim Corporatioa to 
AliB K lioDer, Jr. ^ ox. lot 36, 
block 4, plat of PrtncsK Anne 
mm PC. 14; tax QMS. 

Cryital Lake Devdc^nient Cor- 
IXHatkm to M«-Jorie M. Hairiflim, 
lite 9. {dal of Piticesi Anne Hills 
raik wc. C; tax ftt.n. 

Hairy Rtttty Onpora&n to Roy 
y. Socher et ux. lot », plat of 
Kii^ Grant sec. SA; tax $S1.96. 

Boan Coortructini Corp. to ^c- 
Uk L Hawkins, k>t 10. Mock 81, 
plat d Princess Ane Piloa aec. 
7; tax mJO. 

OareBce B. Harris et ux to Wal- 
ter R Biadee et ox, lot 21, block 
D, plat of nrdiwood Garden, tax 



V^tocto E. idler et MX to Arden 
S. ibe ^ IK, U SM. pM of 
Mi^ see. S; tax mn. 

Gte SHgene Naykr. Jr. et ux 
to Jo» fi. Qo^ et ux, tot 13, Mock 
7. pim e( T!i^ Manor: tax IS.40. 

Merrk* I. CpipbtU et ait to 
WOBan L. Ga^lord et ux, lot 20. 
blw^ S, plat of Ara^jna Village 
aec. 6; tax |2l. 

Oiarles M. md$Bm, Jr. et ux 
to Rofer G. ^U^mi «t w^lot 
e, plat of Ihoroi^^oodJE^tes 
aec. \; tax |a.4S. 

'Iteiuerito R. Miller et vir to 
FMwn A Q^ et ux. tot 16. plat 
of ^orcui^i^sod f^ma sec. l; 

tax ie.n. 

Wffian A. McPherso^, Jr. et ux 
to Ri^ a BurkeU et ux. tot 33, 
plat ^ Knob HiU; tax $24. 

Itorace Paul Wei^ ^ ux to Rd> 
ert M. Hun^tovy ^ ux, tot S, 



1; tax |S.iD. 

Studard Etevdqp&s. Ik. to 
Forest Emmet JdiOMn et ux, lot 
11, pbt 0* Kings Gr«it SK. 1; 
tax |KJS. 

M^rd H. Daviei et ux to 
OtaAm Edward WhitesnM« et ux, 
tot 24, block L. fM of Point 
O'Woocb sec. 2: tax |2SJI. 

Cedl All^i Patrick et ux to 
Floyd T. Jones et ux, lot 5. \Ao(M. 
37, plat of Arizona Village sec. 6; 
tax $16.06. 

Codm Realty Oorporation to im 
K. Soiekl et ux. tot 112, plA of 
Lakeville Estates sec. 3; t« $23.70. 

Irvin B. llcJunkinft ux to Lewis 
McCmuiell Merkerfwn et ux, kH 1, 
blodt I, plat of Carolanne Farm 
Qec. 1; tax $24.90. 

J. G. Turner et ux to I^*ert K, 
BeariQT et ux. lot 17, bl0(* 7S. 
plat d Princess Anne Plaza sec. 3; 
tax $24.60. 



U. Sdlai^ Jr. to 
Mkhad F. D. flahtfty et ik, tot 
213. iriM c(f llxiroughgeod me^l', 
tax $15.15. 

Joeeph P. VinAi et ux to Web- 
ster (kKwe ^ ux. kt 21, btock 0, 
jM of Lake Stiores sec. 5; tax 
$31J0. 

Edward H. Rem et ab to KaUi- 
aitte F. l^ndy. tot 14. fafedc 4, 
IM of Uwreaer; tax $44.25. 

Bay D. Wn« rt « to William 
Keilh Scott et ux. kit 5. block B, 
fiat, of Bi r diw» > d Gan^is sec. l; 

. WaRan E Barnes et ux to Alice 
aMidee Edwarda. tot. M, litook 1, 
piat of Krdiwoed CMNM m^- 2; 
tax $9S.10. 

CH«iai7 fiiaSty Cwporatiixi to 
A^M W. Hoifpa^ et ex. tot 21, 
Usdc n, fM <d Princess Ame 
I^sa s^. 9; tax $nJ6. 

Ptfflt^View. lac to Robert B. 
Jo««8 et ux. tot 22. btoek i. ptat 
PoMO-Vtow aec. 1; tax $68.85. 

Lymdiavra CoMbfuotkxi Com- 
pany et ak to Clarrace B. Harris 
et ttx. kA W. plat of Kli^ Grant 
Me. 4: tax $mm. 

Aldiard N. ZeO^ et ux to Dan- 
iel S. Giflday et ux. tot 10, block 
Q, plat of C^BtJIaime Farm sec. 4; 
tttc $37.65. 

Cait4anne Homes Inc.. to Sol 
Hoiii^ et ux, tot 4, btock AA, 
1^ of Carolanne Farm sec. 5; tax 
$24.45. 

Catdaone Uacaes. Inc. to Nor- 
maa Som et ux, kt 9, btock VfD, 
pt d Carplanne Fann sec. S; 

eit|ii.«. 

(^xelmam Hun^, Inc. to J<^ 
R Mtf'adyen et ux, tot 29. Mock 
DD, pM of Carolanne Farm sec. 
5; tix $32J5. 

Wl^i^ A Mallxi. iac. to Don 
J. Qs-veil it ux, lot 509. plat of 
i^fM sec. 5; tax $31.06. 

risffd Itenas JoDey et ux to 
tali SuikUi^ Oorporatton. Inc., tot 
«, |>tat of Eastern Parte; tax 



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sec. U; tax $21.75.^ 

Ptoo Realty Corporati<m et als to 
Owiea I. fipivey eM«. let 8, Mock 
is, plat of ft^nce» Aaoe Plaza 
aec. 12^ tax $33.10. 
. GtS CdrpA-ation to Henry 
Dottks, Jr. et ux, lot 8, blodt N, 
plm of Uke Si^ TaracA aec. 
7; tax $^ -'#^«t ai BjjwyL <Mj L »« 

Elizabeth M. HarrtsOB it vir to 
Ootoy JC Duablr et ux. (»nt;el near 
B<»ney's OoraM"; tax $3?.'^. 

MiUard Fisher (^ ux to Lynn- 
haven Heights, Inc. tot k, blcxi 4, 
plat <rf Lyni^ven Swres; tax 
$25.50. ^ 

Oiarles WHliam Vdfl Orden et ux 
to JDonaki R. Petrie.et ux, lot 7, 
btock 12, {iat of Aragoea Village 
sec. 12; tax $22.20. « 

Omtinental Enterpriaee, ftic. to 
Stanley M. Vfckheuse et ux, ^t 9, 
Mock 2, plirf of Wintfaor Woods sec. 
2; tax $24.30. 

Edward A. Cen^ ^ ux to CarooU 
%mstm, Jr. et u^ lot 16. block 
ft, plat of Caralg pi Jam sec. 
3; tax $26.10. 

Banr^rd FranHln D^n ct tec to 
Bernard Properties. Int., tot 22, 
plat <^ Garctomvood Pfxck; tax $n. 

Chris Wells Krafiraibin to Caro- 
lanne East O)iporation; parcel- 
|dM of Wilkw Oak Farm; tax 
$4l^.5d:"""' 

feh^b S. Lind£unood et ux to 
Andrew Q. ^Mktos efUx, M s, 
{dat of WoodlMv^; tax $19.50. 

WiMtan S, Brooks^ w to £d- 
morid t. Richardson et ux, tot 19, 
bto* B* fdat d Woodhurst; fax 
$26.35. •--*^^-- 

Carrtfl V. Cagte et ox to Lowell 
T. Casebolt et ux, lot 20, block 
18, {riat of Arrowhead sec. 3; tax 
$23.70. 

" James A. Sprague et ux to Ron- 
nie E. HamleU et ux, M 2,' block 
K. plat of CaroUuiM Farm sec. 
2: tax $22.96. 

HiQ^ N. Brown^ein et al to 
John BIgkw Workman, Jr., tot 1$, 
Mode 30, t^M of Aragona Village 
aec. 8; tax $»J0. ^ 

Paul B. Tu»), HI et ux to Eki- 
Win C. Jwies, Jr. et ux, site A, 
plat of Ltekhom Park; tax $30. 

dkirch Construction Ck)mpany, 
taic. to Wini»n Eari Benjantin et 
.ux, tot 12,. btodc D. plat of Great 
Neck Estates sec, 5; tax $19.80. 

John W. Blalodc et ux to AiArey 
M. Whorley ct ux, tot 29, btock B, 
plat of Huntington sec. 1; tax 
$25.95. 

Harry Realty Corporation to 

Rtrf>ert W. Norville et ux. lot 54, 

plat of Kings fkmA sec SA; t£tx 

$32.40. 

Continental Enterprises, Inc. to 

Henry Martin Th<»npson et ux, lot 

20, block 3. plat <rf Winsor Woods 

sec. 2; tax 4Q4.75. 
IContinental Enterprises, Inc. to 

Rayttwnd B. Newton, III, lot 29, 

block 2, plat of Winsor Woods sec. 

■0- 



ViH^g y I Harry L. Cummings et ux to 
David E. Terray, tot 3i,l>ToSX 



plat of Carolanne Farm sec. 1; tax 
$27.15. 

Gr^ory Realty Corporatiwi to 
Charles E. CliJ* et ux, tot 16, 
block K, plat of Aragona Village 
sec. 2; tax $19.20. 

Chartos Arthur Messin^r et ux 
to Lawrence E. Che^er ct ux, lot 
30, Mock m, plat of AragMia Vl> 
lage sec. 7; tax $21.75. 

Perry Pierre Moreau et ux to 
John W.^lt, Jr., A lOc, lot 9, 
block 7, plat of Pocalwntas Vil- 
lage; tax $21.90. 

Bill Henry Phillips et ux to Per- 
ry R. Shoanaker, Jr. et ux, tot 30, 
block 16, p\Bi of Priifcess Anne 
Plaza sec. 9; tax $22.80. 

Freddie Lawrence. Swihart et ux 
to Blssett Realty, Inc., tot 230, plat 
of Malibu se^. 3; tax $28.50. 

Harry D. Joynes et ux to Geor^ 
W. W^ington et ux, tot 16, btock 
C, plat of Huntin^on sec. 1; tax 
$29.70. 

Jamsam Coastn»ctk»i CteT). to 
John Zardts et ux, tot 6, btock 2, 
plat of Arrowhead sec. 1; tax 
$22.80. 

Roy E. Bmn, Jr. etaix to Willie 
R. Kelley et ux, . lot 13. plat d 
LarksiMjr sec. 4; tax $35.25. 

Dwaia E- Lucas et ux to Jdm A\ 
Hartley et ax. lot 16, pl^ of West- 
view Village; tax $24.45. 

Camellia Homes, lac. t^ Philip 
E. Jenkins et ux, lot 22, block 22, 
plat of Arrowhead s«:. 6; tax 



$25.80. 

Eni^ P. Hebert et ux to Mn 
E. Aisthorpe et ux, tot 13. Mock 
t, pM d C^v^aime Faun sac. 3; 
tax $32.a. 

I^on COn^ructton CcHpiNratto^ 
to J<^ E. E^ore ^ ik, tot tt, 
btock 8, plat of West Alantu) aec. 
3; tax $40.50. ' .^ 

Worth M. Womble et ux to Rob- 
ert V. S. Held et ux, tot 12, Uock 
D, plM of Ldce &nith Terrace aec. 
5; tax ^.85. 

Nathaniel T. BurweU ^ ux to 
Harold L. Hinkky ^ ux, tot 16. 
Uock 0, plat d Lake Stmm aec. 
9; tax $35.4). 

Owen T. WUliana et ux to Hu^ 
W. Lee et IK, lot 8. plM of prop- 
erty d C. M. Itofeman Hars; tax 
$19.95. 

Pico Realty Corporation et ds to 
jAiftcs Li. I* icsiwr w ux, 'Wi Wi" 
Mock 19, plat of PrinceM Asok 
Plaza sec. 12; tax P6.10. 

Ahvin, Realty Corporatkm to 
Charles K. Pekiw et ux, lot 9. 
btock 4. plat <rf Princes Anne 



msmmi 



Plaza sec. 8; tax $36. 

Pteo Realty CorporaUon e( ris to 
Geoi^ F. Sutton et ux, ^ 19, 
^jtoA ,19, plat d PrincMB Awe 
Plaza sec. 12; tax $22.tt 

Rcbert F. Herrick, Jr. et ux to 
Ellis C<mH>any, lot. 31, block G, 
l^at d Carolaim^ Farm sec. 2; 
tax $24.46. 

Point-0-Vlew, Inc. to Jullm C. 
Ransone et ux. tot 4, block 5, j^ 
of Point-0-View sec. ; tax $36.'^;. 

Shoreline Corporation to CSvarks 
S. Pearson et ux, tot 9, block S, 
plan of Lake ^mith Terrace sec. 
9; tax $tZ.60. 

John K. Knapper et ux to Ra^ 
D Moultori. lot 16, btock I near 
Uttle Creek; tax $42.90. 

Ral|^ D. Moulton et ux -Jto 
St^h«i P. Shao et ux, lot 16, blo^ 
1, near Little Creek;' tax $44.26. 

John S. Waller et ux to Carrols 
of Virginia, lots 13, 14. 15, 16. 17, 
18, 19, 20, 21, btock 24, plat of 
Sunny &ook; tax $101.25. 

Avalon Hills, Inc., to Aubrey J. 
Pritohard et ux, tot 46, plat of 
Hcanestead sec. 1; tax $32.85. 

Dream Con^ruction Corporation 
to Willkim D. Nagg ^et ux» tot 2, 
block 3, plat of West Alanton sec. 
4; tax $44.85, 



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to see the 4 new lines of '66 cars that challenge the "Big 3" with 



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• RENTALS (Yearly and Sfvasonal) . 

•• LAN5>DEVtL0PING 
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• ALL TYPES OF FINANCING 



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HeeHng, Air 

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SfitViNG Bi|n-DB», Cdl4TRACT0kS 

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Meet the Rogue. 
New razzie-daule Rambler (yat, Ramblerl) 
butperforma every other car in Its class. 

("Do Rogues really come with rally stripes?" 
"No. but with the big new engine they drive 
that way.") More standard horsepower 
than Corvairl Valiant! Falcon I And you, too, 

Mustang I See the Rogue and the eight 
other Rambler Americans. 



TMs is Rebel. 
IMw aioomy, roomy Rambler cloesnn cramp your 

a^ or your legs, or your family, or your 
podcettMok. Has surprises you won't find 
In FaMane. Chevelle, Belvedere, ' 
Coronetl And wait till you see the 
aeven other '66 Rambler Classics at 
your friendly Giant-KUIer. 




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IIMV jfO& mn liave your Hrst luxury car-wMe you're 
ikM )^M^ i^ioi^ to M}^ it Has coil-spring 
like Gadlltac. Double-Safety brakes, like 

Afid the price? 
ttfce tmpata, 
Fury, Galaxle.t Or 
take your pick from 
a^en other new '66 
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PMNCESS ANNE STATION 

Oppositt City Hall 

VIRGINIA BEACH* VA. 



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FlMaet ^ly-alze sports fastback 
aeattMtkiiomfort 

E\^h with bucket seats.* 
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let us put ymjr h«atir^ syst#n 
fhrougH its paces and rr^t lura 
Wi rwdy for winter. Call . . . 
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'hanrd. Jte«ift LM^ ip m of 

Hume Fogg KeWctf Sdipd li 

^w% wtaiMC U flw AAA NMmmU 
Traffic Srf«t7 Pattir CbaM.,Bi 
M9|ttcttoe wtth te imiaiioe^ 
tlife amr poiter to hai tekmta 
the Tidewatar AitfinalNle Anoda- 
tim rmlo& irivai ffid aD pedes- 
b-fans k> be oMi^Uy alert to tlw 
l^uted ear heard. 

AAA urgn drhws to de»^ 
what b («ttd "i^wA vyoD," 



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S2»ITCMNG? 

IM laelir't ftmila tbp K. 

Zimo tpeadi looUitat niki to ex- 
ternally caused itehutt (tf acaena, 
ipiiKN^ ^|slle^ skin imtattoro, non- 
pdsdnoisiflacctbi^. Deso^tias 
MTveciid^s. KttbnullioMorsur- 
laoe fema, uds heaUag. "De-itcb" 
duo wMi Zfemo, Uqiwi or Oiirtineot 
(^ck r^ef, or your moeey badil 



U. littiBg tlM tAole traffic pk^ 

Drivm d»^ be al^ ter «qr 
smUob fflttMice o! pdtestaHira tato 
te il«^. mdi'ai a «taad raaring 
U^ nto tha itiMt aftar a bd; 
a tfi^as p«d«atrin atapping <«t 
Mo traffic tram brtween pwted 
can; or a raMoiM MMerdr <V«»- 
li^ the car ^or m ttw ^i«et ^■ 
"Aa parenis, fiw <» wmib yoor 
diBdren ol *e larted cw haaard." 
nid »fr. Ftank W. 0«, ttroctor. 
tb^ mm ^ ^Iftrstnd tfiat 
i^ ^Mr of oMiiAig b-afBc uid 
the Mv&'M ^kw of than are te- 
'rtoa^ dt^rwrtod. Baf^wwa orto 
'ttHsm fte driva^i Afflcdty to rtop- 
ptog quickly and »af^ erai wha> 
Qm pdbrtritt U seal. Uris, the 
ped^^ is moose trapped ta a 
pi^cularfy dmgerous situation,*' 
said Mr. Cox. "ftwoirage chfldr« 
to cro« at the comer, not only 
because Aat's where driven expect 
pedestrians to &fm but also be- 
caiMe of Qm tovffic sagica and sig- 
nals located there tw ^nk protec- 
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Ibcatad 31tl Sr. A Latkin lid. 
IS NOW OPIN 
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Far Your CanT^laiia' 
A Con|4«t« DalccatMten Dwpt. 
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Whidi I or 4 ye» M in your CM^jr is i^ M P «l noH ikiaM| 
ko^a? Wen. usually boys because they seem to eoga|e ia nor* hM 
iffdous actiiAtiea and take more risks in play. Gfrli are taught to hi 
'1AdyI&e" vA play more quidly. 

A pre^cMool teacher, who knra^ tfie cUdm IB hw fn^ tm 
pretty well pidt out the on^ taoA likely to han^ ai^MlMs. fV^ Hi 
the advei^ur^nne one^ thoae wte are dartag. active, and ^ to 
move (^iddy. Oft^ they are po^ coodfawted and M$ la.te ttriHgi 
they are ix>t yetci^^uible <rf. 

Hie play «]uq)R»i^ when sqwvised is sddon itaigatNMi i> itetf • 
it's the w^ cUkbrai use it 

Are )mi a bride funudiiiif your &s^ horat? fii» iPWr ttne! 
what you iwOly Uke before you salaet isore ten t^ caialld .^ 
T9C exanqde. delay the piffcfaase of a becbtnin siA rt tt ^ to^ 
what you Uu; buy a mattress vA ^inp Hid put on a bH^ Ml 
an dd diest or finish ao unpaged me. lUs is \^6m ttn biMg 
rtiudc with Early Matrinonial forevor. , 

How ^ you lewn what y«i Uke? Lode at your frle|d*8 hemel lai 
see wlu^ you like and study why y«i like It. 

DecMe what is appropriate far the way you ^*- J^'^^^^f^ 
lUsg^ bemae sonwone else4Mw tt. "Ae type « s^fc «r titlk^mm 
used taAviduaily. » . 

Look and study magasin» for kieas of what to get and how tt may 
be used. Again, dm't copy um ideas with faidivkhiali^. 

Use rfore per««nel that are trained for help. Tbey can exi^ata ^ 
cttrtain conAinati(ns have been made in groupings on (Uqday. 

Have a nice wedi-end! ^ 

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SO|IP — PUnSONI-M 

WHKBEEE^ 

IMiaisilwMa'itafal 

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CORNERSTONE BAPTIST 

(^Monrativo BapUst) 

Rotr. Porkor Yewae 

S20 Red Tide Road 
Lynnhav^a Colony 
10:00 a.m. — Sunday 5c: ool 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Sanrke 
7:30 p.m — Evening Serving 
4> 7 :S0 p.m.— Wedneadey 
Evening Services 



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' 609 Roaemont Road' 
-.- Virginia Beach- Va, . . 
"Rar. ClaytoB E Critto* 
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S:QO AM. - Rdy Comnunioa 
9:30 AJt. - dmrch S^obl 
11:00 AM. - Worship (Holy Oom- 

munim 1st Sunday) 
6:00 P.M. - Youth Fellowdup 
Nursery provided 9;90 aad U:OB 
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11:00 a.m. — ^Morning. Worship 
e:00p.m.— B.T.U. 
7:00 p.m. — ^Eveninf Worsh^ 

LONtHMN BRmCE 
BAPTtST CHURCH 

Low^n Bridge, Virginia 
G. Edward HaglMO. PMtw 

8:30 a.m. — Morning Worship 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday Bcho(^ 
ll:00a.m— Momte« WotaUp 
•i80 p.m.-*Trainii« UnioA 
7:80 pjB.— Evening Worahi» 



tWlLL BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

In ftincess, Virginia BeMb 
1411 OCEANA BOULEVARD 
^^iUr StetioB (» ri^ 
T. J. Tiagk. Poftor 
9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
ll:46a.i«. — Worrfiip Service 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Servica 



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BAYSIDE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

1480 Pleasure House Rd. 

Juiaa Vuwanaai "••*•*. 

8:SfMA.— VcffMp Servtea 

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9:2i» 10:10 W.A. Snttday 

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11:00 A 7:80 p.m.— W«»rii^p 
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9:30 a.m.— Sunday M^ 
6:18 P.M.— Training Union 

BB^HLAWH IrtftlSt 

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A cooperating Soutihew ^4^ 

. Church . 

Goorlo WiHo^ n., MMft^ 

Phone ^8-20ft4 >,, 
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6:3fi^m.— mraig ^Mon 
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7:30a.ra. — Wed. ncmyer 
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FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

6818 Va. Beach Blvd., Norfolk 
.Fro4 M- FariM, Paitor 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m.^ — Fellowship Hour 
7:S0p.m. — Evening Services 

GRACE BRETHREN 
CHURCH 

Great N-^ftiJ^ WW#h* 
A. Harold Arruftoa, Pastor 

1 :00 a.m. — Sondav School 

11:00 a.m. — Worship Service 

7:30pjn. — Evening Service 

MOUNT ioyirjt 

BAPTIitA^DRCil . 
Rov. T. M. Wa^ort Paalor 

9:30 a.m.— ^Wcb S<*o<U^, 

11 :00 a.m. — Homing Worship 

7 :30 p.m.— Evening Worship 



KEMPSVILLE BAPTIST 
* CHURCH 

7120 KempsviUe Road 
A. D. Moaat« Paster 

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CATDmJC CHURCH 

7271 Vii^pnia Beach Blvd. - 
Rov. Flavia» Yoluiko„ O.S.B. 
Rov. Paschal Kaoip O.SJB. 

Masaea— 6:80, 8;00, 9:30, 

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Id. a Lakeview Dr. 
Blyrf^a; Va. 
Rev. P^'M ijla^ro, PaMer 

U :00 a.tn.— Somitii ^OTsjiip 
7:45t».m. — ^Evehing Worship 

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Rev. Brococ B. PiHUafc, Pultfr 

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C. FRANCIS UY 
V Am'itant Agani 




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"He Ai« te mt aware d hta ^iwraiic« will (xdy be mMed by hi^ 
knowldlie." Whatdy. 

• • • 

Hrik) V^itts! We are gitttaf wdl into the 1MM6 4-H dub year uid 

tte 4-H Cl^ are ^ting themselves rem-ganized. This means, d 

ooune, that records for the past year are being 

calkd in and that eadi 4-H Club maxim is to 

turn in a re^iroUment card. 

Pnftti Records Are Inqiortut 
I do hope that each i-H Club manber in the 
City has turned his project recaps in to his 
l^fer w Extenson Agent Iticre are many rea- 
smtt why you should cmvlete a writtaj record 
o( your project. First, it enrirfes jrau to see how 
weU you have d«», «*at ttie iMroject CMt you 
and/or how mudi money you made. Second, it 
dlows you to show other clJJ members what 

C. F? Lay y« h^« *^- '*"^' ^^ *"** ^°^ leaders what 
vou did and they, in turn, can hdp you to bnprwe yourself. L^. 
but not toast. U enables you to compete for awards in your projert 
area Without these records, you don't have a dwnce to be cor«ider«l 
for project leadership. dtHenshlp. and achieveme* awards. So. lets 
^ 0^ #1^ tuTB in our record ' 

* » I ♦ Rc-EanrilneiU Caiil 

even tf you ir« alrea^ a ♦« Club member, you wffl wairt to turn 
In an MToUment cwd so that you could be counted as a membw agam 

this vear. Tbe informatioB on this card U needed for the Extension 
Office recwds. It tdla your address, and 1^ «« know that your pamto 

approve of the projects you want to take. It also enable us to wnd 
you the educational' material that helps you complete your project. 
You can dbteta a r««KtJtei«»t card from your 4M l^^- 

If^m «re 
i^HC^andget 
CUb mentdaers m 
tapi, project work. 



4a b F«r AD TmA 

„ 10 and 19 years of i«e, you will wMit to Jdn a 

oa the excitemeit shared by 2% million other 4-H 

United States. You cm tAe part in club m^- 

ttd trips, city-wide conteiti, and state activities. 

ySu'ii b^ to toara for living by joining M! »»<ajr. 

Odober »: Comers 4fl Meetinf-LrfOea Onffdi-TtSO Pit 
October 8 Haven Heights Haltoween Party-^entress-? P.Mr 
October » Blackwater 4-H Maeting-Blackwatw Fire Station, 2:30, 



lANK OP 
VIROINIA iiACH 

SMTdieMer^ MeeMag 

Notice is hmby given ttiM, per- 
suaot to caU of ito idirecton, a 
special meetii« of Uie riiarahdd- 
Ri of B«k of Virginia Beach will 
be heU lA its main banking house 
at Pacific Avenue and Liddn 
Road, in the dty of . Vir^a 
Beach, state of Virginia, on Tues- 
di^. November 30. 1966 at U o'- 
clock in tiie morning, for the pw- 
pose of consderii^ tatA detotnii^ 
big by vote wheth^ an afp^enent 
to m^ge the said b»dc and iPIni 
k Mercfaai^ National BaidK. lo- 
cated in the city d Ridmond, 
state d Virginia, undo- the pro- 
visioiB <^ the laws of tfie Unked 
l^ates, shaU be ratified aiul con- 
firmed, subject to the aiqNt}val of 
the Conqptroller d ttie Oimncy, 
WaAingtOT, D. C. and for the pur- 
pose of voting \xpaa any other mM- 
tera inddentid to tli« pn^x»ed 
mei^n' d the tvra badcs. A ee|^ 
of tiie afor^aki agreement, ece- 
cuted by a majo^ty of ttie dired- 
ots d each of the two b^vrics, pro- 
viding for the met^r, is on file 
at the bade and noay be inspected 
(kuing business hours. 



• uoAL tmrnm 

a week fa- foio- wccssdvs n^ifa. 
A Cc^-Tsrte: 
JOHN V. FE:^;TR8SS. Clerk 
By: Miry M. White, DA . 

KeHam uid Kellam 

(l^art R. Hays) 

Board of Itiufe ttdg. 

Norfolk, yir^ate 

Ifttt^t 



GEORGE T. 

Cashier. 



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Vir^nia Wmdkiyk0^ 



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NOTICE OF PROPOSED 

BAt&L MERGER 

Notice w h&nby given that ap- 
plication has beei made to the 
Comptroller of the QuT«icy, 
Wa^ington 25, D. C, for his con- 
soit to a mei^er of Banlc of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia and Fir^ It Merchants Na- 
tional Batdc, RichnKxid, Virginia. 

It is conten^ilated that ^ dii- 
c« of the {^wve-nanoed baiks wiU 
continue to be (^>erated. 
. lUs notke is publi^ied p«-suant 
to iecti(m 18 (c) of the Federsd 
Deposit Insurance lAdt 

BANK OF VIRGINU BEACH 
VIRGINU BEACH, VIRGINIA 

FIRST & (MERCHANTS 
NATIONAL BANK 
RJCHMOIND, VIRCMNIA 



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wporaMvkM had oliminatacl 
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dfan^ttw and labdod m«r> 
cbondiio as **salt", "sugar", 
*loo**« and so on* Altor ^ 
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fho msrchants hi this commu- 
nity, sines tomorrow's bus!- 
ROM must eomo from tho 
samo' folks thoy oro doing 
businsss with today, art 
mors than casually awaro of 
tho importonco of roUobility 
and soHsflod o^tHnors? 

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forgotten how pisasant -— 
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riwp locollyi tako oat ad- 
vko. GIvo it a liy, soon. 
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In the Circuit Cmirt of Uie City 
of Virginia Beach on the 14th day 
of October, 1965. 

Show Cause Order 
In the Matter of the ESTATE 
OF 3. CAMDEN BIVVPV,, Ps- 
ceased. 

It appearing that a report of 
the account of tiie Vh-ginia Nation- 
al Bank and R, B. Kellam, Execu- 
tors of the Estate of J. Camden 
Brady, deceased, and of the dd>t8 
and demands against his estate, 
has been filed in the Clerk's Of- 
fice of this Cmirt, wid that more 
than six inonths have elapsed 
since the qualification of the Ex- 
ecutors, on motion of the Virginia 
National Bank and R. B. Kellam. 
^ecutors of the Estate of J. Cam- 
den Brady, deceased, it is 

ORDERED that the creditors 
of and all others interested in the 
afcfps^i'l Estate do show cause, 
if anv thpv can, on the 26th dav 
of Nov^-^^-r, 1965, at 10:00 o'clock 
a.m., before the Circuit Court of 
the City of Virginia Beach, at its 
Court Room, against the payment 
and delivery of tbe Estate of J. 
Camden Brady, deceased, to fte 
legatees named in his will hereto- 
fore probated in the Clerk's Office 
of this Court, without requiring re- 
funding bonds; and it is further 

ORDEIffiD that the foregdng 
portion of this order be piAliAed 
in the" Virginia Beach Sun once 



VIRGINU 

In the Ckrk's Office of the Cl^ 
cuit Court of the. City of Virgta^ 
Beach on the 1^ day (tf OetShtf, 
1965. 
MiWred F. FIAer. Pl^tlff. 

James I. Fisher, c/o Trent MI&i, 
Rjrnie, Georgia, Pripcipal Ds- 
feiKlant, 'aid 
Thomas E. Burt and Corime H. 
Burt, 1504 Adams Road. Vlr- 
ginia Beach. Virginia, (%4)e- 
fendants, and 
James A. Murphy. Jr., Jsmes P. 
McGedn, James E. Sptafcs, R<*- 
ert C. Sullivan, and WffllMfi J. 
Swanner, m,^artners, &di% 
businei; under the name d 
Murphy and McGeein, 27 Prin- 
cess Araie Plaza Mall, Vfa^nia 
Beach, Vir^ia, Co-Drf«id«ito, 
The object of the above «rtliled 
suit, poiding in tfie Circuit Coi^ 
of the City of Virginia Beach, Vk^ 
ginia. is to attach Ae propertv of 
the drfendant, Jamn I. FAer, 
known as No. 1504 Adams Road^ 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, mw* 
particularly described as: 

AH that certain lot, piece or 
parcel of land, with the ]xM- 
ings *id imwovements thereon, 
situate in the City of Vhrgfaria 
Be?ch, Vh-ginia, and known, 
numbered and designated as Lot 
Five Hundred Forty-two (542) 
as shown on Oie plat d Secticm 
Four (4). Thorou^igood. which 
said plat is duly of record in the 
Cleric's Office of the Circuit 
Court of the Oty Of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, h Map Bo(* 
42. at page 53. 

in the hands of the Co-Defendants 
and the indebtedness owing by 
said Co-Defaidants to saU de^pd- 
ant. and to siri)ject the Mme to 
the payment d the indd>tedness 
of said James I. Fisher to the 
plaintiff in the stun of Tweaity- 
Five Hundred ($2500.00) Dollars, 
with interest from September 1st, 
1965. until paid. 

Affidavit having be«i duly filed 
that the principal d^endant is a 
iran-resident of this State and that 
his last koffm ad^ss is c/o 
Trent MOls. Rome. Gewgia, and 
it appearing that service iqwn 
said principal ^fendant casnot 
be had in this state, it is afdeni 
that he do appear, within tea days 
after due publication of this order, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect his interests herein. 

And it is ordered that this (urder 
be published once a week far 
four successive weeks in the Vir- 
ginia Bea9h Sun, a Mwspaper 
nublished in the City of Virginia 
Beadi, Virginia. "* 

Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
By: R. H. West, D. C« 
Peter 0. Miller, p.q. 

10-21-4t 



NOTICE TO TOE WMUC 

Noncs m WEs&n Qwm 

that pursuant to SsetfMS »m 
29 126 snd 9-127 d m Oods el 
Virginls. the Comndstoi d Qltm 
and Fishirtoi on Ockba It,' iMl 
adopted the fbUowIng Bsplstko: 
142. GOOflE SHOdTINO RAOC 
BAY ABEA: It diaO be unlawful 
4o hunt geese «d bn^ cm Baek 
Bay and iU tribitf«te and tibe 
marshes sdJMS^ Uwrelo. and oi 
and aking the sh(ff«s of Nordi 
Landing River and msnhes ad- 
jacent thereto, and <» and An^ 
the shores d Lakes Tecumseh and 
Red Wing and tho marriiM adjA- 
cent therrto prior to Novcodwr II 
only? 



# iMMLHcmcm 



Vpttf I, tiNHmftto sroet 
m mm-. B9#rsd M tbo Eist 
tqr Landon Mdge Qwsk frm 
SbbIIi LyODhsven Road to s psM 
m bet SouA of Dssr Paik DrivSt 
frontbg 2M %t on ths Norifa rids 
d SoiA lywfihiivsn Bstd. freol- 
tag200fsstoBthslsstrids{l 
Nm Rood: bsundsd on dis MiA 
mA^«A by dub Hoioe Road is 
s p^ m fsst South ol Dssr 
P«* Driy^. Containing 18 a«3*s, 
tofOft or liisi. 

Pared 2. Use Psnntt to 
srsct ISO untts: Proirting 730 fsat 
moire or leu o M» ^at skis 
of iloOaad Road, baring a dsptt 
of 388.64 fe^ along die Nordiwn 
property line, a wktth of 900 fe^ 
mcaee or less (m the East ride 
fxoptrts Una and a d^ d a» 

for the W8 seoson oniyr . het more or Isss dang lbs Sooth- 

This shsU become effecthre N6.l«n property line. Contalntag M 

vember 1, VMS 



aiptv hare wttiiB 10 (ta^ iftM- 
dot publtest^ horsof. «M do 
Upbat may be necessary to piolscl 
his inter^t hi thki w^ 
A Co^— Teste: 

jom J. TE^rmm, Qvk 

By: Richard & QmU$, P.C 
Rob«t Lee Simpson 

10-IMt 



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COMMISSION OF GAME AND 
INLAND FISHfiRIES 

E. C. Nettles, Chairmm 
10-21.lt 



COMMONWEALTH OF YIRfilNU 
IB die Caries OMlee sf the 
Oroilt Cswt si the CHr s« Vfcw 
giiiia Bsoeh, « fts Iflh isgr sf 
October It. IMl 
Order si 



« 



Plaintiff, 
OHARUS C. HARDmG 

defendai^ 

against 
WINNIFRED M. FEART 
HARDING 
The object of this sutt Is to ob- 



tafn a divorce • Vincute^Mabri- 
m«d from tte said Defendant, 
upon ti» ground d desartion. An4^ 
an affidavit having beoi made tfd 
filed that the defendant is a neo- 
perident of tfie State of Vlrghjia. 
the last known pMt offk:e addrea 
being: 122 Cdun^^ Sb-eet. Cm- 
bridge 39, Massachussetts. It is 
ordered that she do appear here, 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof and do what 
may be necessary to protect hef 
interwt in tiik wit 
A Qipy-rTeste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk , 
By Mary M. White. XXO, 
Amato, B^las, Cohen, 
Rutt«r, Frfedman k Brdt 
Heleifr Building , 

Norfcdk. Virgtalt -' 

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aam. Prince Anne B<nou0i 

m. AppUcation of Harold W. 
Jmes bjr Lv asM Reslty Corp- 
oratkn far a Use Permit to coo- 
stiuct 30 apartmort iniits m ce^ 
tstti ppopertv frontog 179:46 feet t» 
the South ride d PInewood IMve. 
A depth of 286 feet akmg the West- 
^jpropeiy line (Lot 5 LiiAhcmi 
PasiO, t wfaltfa of tttJO feet akng 
dwSontbeni froptrty Ikie. a depth 
d 288.47. feet akmg the Eastern 
profMAy Ifaw. a atfA d 2BI.47 
isd doBg the Eastern property 
Warn, ^ginia Beadi Borough. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
■ By: D«p^ C%y <nerk 

10-14-2t 




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VIIUiINIA: 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virgiitia 
Beach on the 18th day of October, 
1965. 

Order of Publication 
IN THE MATTER OF: 
Application of W"Heacre. Inc. to 
the CcHTimonwealtii of Virgiiiia 
for the Di^rcbase of Lots 21. 22, 
23 and 24, Block 9 Mao of East- 
Norfolk, recorded bin Map Book 
4. at pase 191. 
TO: Thomas F. Leonard (also 
known as Thomas G. Leonard^ 
You are hereby notified that all 
those cwtain lots, pieces or par- 
cels of land, situated in Lvnnhav- 
en Borough, Citv of Virginia 
Beach, State of Virginia, known, 
numbered and designated on that 
certain plat entitled "Map of East- 
Norfolk, Princess Anne Co., Vir- 
ginia," dated November, 1906, 
made bv E. C. Foreman,! C. E., 
which plat is dulv of record in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court 
of the Citv of Virginia Beach, Vt 
Sinia. in Man Book 4, at Page 191, 
as Lots Numbered 21 through 24. 
both inclueive, in Block Nine (9), 
was sold on the 5tti dav of De- 
cember. 1947 for delinquent taxes, 
levies, interest and costs to the 
Commmwealth of Virginia and 
aoDlicalion fcr the purchase there- 
of has been filed m this office. 
And it atwiearin? from tiie records 
in this office thpt you are inter- 
est*»d in said land, vou are further 
notified to aopear in four months 
from the date of this notice and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect vour interests. 

GIVEN under mv hand this 18th 
day of October. 19®. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Oerk 
By: Mary M. «Wte, D.C. 

K^am and Kellam 

Dcuiald H. Rhodes 



COMMCBIWEALTH <W VIRGINIA 

rfci fts Ctal's Omce ef Uie 
Cirealt Coort si ll»^ O^ si Vhv 



October 12. 1965. 

Order of PobDeatton 

HAZEL DAVIS AUSTIN 
I^aiatifr, 
agsinst ,»„, 

LdLAND D. AUSTIN * 
<fefendant. ■ 

Tlie object of diis suit is to ob- 
teln a (fivwce a mensa et thoro 
to be later merged faito a divorce 
a vincub matrimoni, from the 
said d^endant, uoon ttie grounds 
of coostructive dsq^rtion. And an 
affidavit having beo! made and 
failed that the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of Virginia, 
the last kiiQfwn post office, ad- 
dress being: Hatteras. Nortib Cwo- 
lina. It is ordered tfaiA ha do ap- 
pear here wldiln tep (10) days 
after due pubUcatiim Weof, and 
do what may be necessary to fro- 
tect his interest in (his sutt. 

A Copy— Teste: 

J(WN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 

By Mary M. White. D.C. 
Bryd^ ki Broyles 
1308 Laskin Road 
Vli^a Beadi, Virgfaiia 

10-14^ 



ODMMONWEALIH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Offkie of the Cir- 
euH Court d the City of Vir^a 
Beadi, on titt Otb day (tf OfAdm, 

Order of PubHoMoa 

JESSE JAMES HARDY, 
Plaintiff, against 

ANGELINA M. HARDY. 
D^endant. 

The object (tf this suit to to dt>- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the saki defenduit, upon' 
the grounds of separation for a 
p^iod ka tf cess of two years. 

AM an affklavlt having beoi 
made an3 filed that the d^endant 
is a noo-resklait of the I^Me of 
Virginia, the last known iM]ist of- 
fice addr^s being: 20 Ea^n Avs- 
nw, Fall River, Massadnisette, 
it is ordered diat ^e do &pptax 
We within ten (10) days aftor 
due puUkation hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
her taterest in ^ i^ 

A copy-Teste: f ■ 

J(M!N V. FENTRESS, CleA. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
^eing(dd, Steingoki k Cbovitz, p.q. 
Town Point Bi2ldfi^ , ^ 
Norfolk, Vir^a 

10-144t 



cmimmmudJTa or* visginia 

ta fte Chorit Cevt d 
d Virgtaia Beat*. 

AT LAW 

COMMONWEALTH OP 
VIRGINU 
Complabiant 

vs. 

i95ap(»mAC 

Motor No. F756H-73797 
ROOSEVELT MARSSMAN, et ak 
d^odsnts 

I Order of PubUcatkm 
Jb$ Dbject ^ this aiit is f(N- the 
drfendairt, Roosevelt Ifarshman. 
to show cause why the saki 1866 
p(Httiac should nai be condenned 
and sdd to enforce forfetture, as 

mmiumm ilail f 11^ Ifcu CjirfltlflfM SS ImBi 1 

piUf ttjeo icr i^ o»^MUM» ^.a <*•••* 

and 46.1-%1.2 of the Co(te or Vbr- 
ginia 1960 as amended. i 

An affklavit ^.having been made 
Ijiat the addrtts of the MtakaA, 
Roosevelt Marafaroan, is urdmown 
and that due diligence has be«i 
ittsd to ascertain his whereidMi^ 
wIAoot effect; that the saW ds-' 
fexUmt's lart known ad^irtn wm 
1062 Long Street, Virginia Beach, 
Vir^iia, wd tibat process was 
dii«cted to the City Sergeant of 
the City of Virgiiria Beach naore 
than ten (10) days before the re- 
tilm day and has not been ex- 
eoitad. » 

It is ORDERED that the de- 
foidairt do appear within ten (10) 
da^ 8ft«r due publication hereof 
{Old <k> what is_ necessary to pro- 
tect his interest. 

It is further ORDERED that 
thto notice be publi^ed ui the 
Virginia Beach Sun. a newspaper 
having a general circulation hi 
the Oty of Virginia Beach. Vir- 



Cidsr d 
HCIW JONES T^MPSON. 

PlatiM, sgatast 
KHUMBM.W. THOMPSON, 

lbs object of this suit is tn ob- 
tabi a dhrsros a maun et fiwro 
to be lirfar nvfed inte a divorce 
a vlncub maHtadoU from the 
saM def endwtf , iqjoa die grounds 
of diinji titio 

/ted tti jAtevtt having be^ 
made «id flad Qui the defendant 
is a non-rertkffil d tte State d 
Virginia, tlw last known port of- 
fice addrass bsfa^: Boute 3. Box 
113. Sttmtm Ncrtk Carcdina. 
i is oidsad tel be ^ m^^ 
Ure w^ m (10) days after 
(hie piiblleayofi hereof, and do 
iHiatiu^ baaecesstfy to {rotect 
his interest fai tUs suit. 

A co|»y-1%stet ' 

JOHN V. FENTOESS. Oa*. 

By: J. Qirfis Fruft, D.C. 
Bry^ k BRqdes, p.q. 
vm Laskin Road ^^ 
^u-^nla Beach. Vir^nla 



10-I44t 



COl^MONWEALfH OF VIRGINU 

In the Oflrifs Office of the Cir- 
adt Court of t|ie Oty of Virginia 
Beach, aa the 4lhias of Octob^, 
1965. 

OidH- d PiMcatloa 
CAlto. JOYCE fRANZONE. 

I^aii^, against 
DOMHnC FRANZONE, , 

Deteidant. 
llje object <rf this suit is to ob- 



JL,- !i >r^ w' i. to protect his inter»tin this suit, 

gima. once a week for two ^H-t /j^py_Teste: 



iecuUve weeks. 
A Copy—T^\e -JL^ ^.4^ : 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By Richard R. Garriotl. D.C. 

Eld)ert Lee Simpson 

'Beadi Theatre Bldg. -^ 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-14-2t 



tain a dhwrce a vinculo matrimonii 
from ttie said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertkm for more tiian 
a period of <a» year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-readent of the State of 
Vti-ginia, ti» last known post office 
«ldres8 being: General Delivery, 
Cleveland, (*io. It is ordered tb?.t 
he do appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication her«rf, ^ 
and do what may be necessary 



JOHN V. F^JNTRSSS, Clerit 
By: Mary M. White. D.C. -- 
Fred W.,RiditQ-, p.q. ^--|— — — 
Law Building !«^ 

Norfolk, Virgil^ 

10-74t 



NOTICE 

Vlr^nia: < 

The regular meeting of die 
Council of the City of Virginia 
Beadi will be hdd in the Circuit 
Court on Monday, Octobo- 25, 
1965 at 10 o'clock A.M. at whldi 
time persom will be heard fw 
ai^ against the following prqwsed 
chafes of zoning, use permits, 
ete.s 

L An>licatk)n of donita Corpora- 
tion fw a chaise of zoning fhim 
Resld«ice Suburban Di^ct 3 
(R-S 3) to Multiple-FamQy Resi- 
dence District (R-M) and a Use 
Permtt to c(HistnK^ 540 apart^ 
aioit unite. Said property bord- 
ered on the West by prqisrty (now 
or formerly) Hunt, borda«i on 
the Mtk fay K°perty (now or 
(ormeriv) Page Herbert. Monroe 
C. Herbert and Edward R. Rorb- 
ert Jr.. bordered on Uie last hy 
property (now or fbnn«rlv) Jesse 
Brown, and bordered on the South 
bjt propertv (now or forrawlv) 
E, V. IXrtniams and Lakevflle 
Estates. Section 2A and Section 
3. Containing 54 acres. Plats are 
n«4s <» tlw fofowlin; parcds: 
ai^sMe in office of Ihe Okf 
Plandng'Qmmilssiai. Kani^viOe 

XL kgifiaSkia d Intdi Dude 
Umor Devek)^ Corporation by 
Kdiam .and l^Uln. Atteaneys, 
fivr a Use I^rmit to erect apart- 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRC»MIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuH Court of the City of Virginls 
Beadi, on the 6th day of Oddber, 
1966. 

Order oi PabHeatfan 

WILLIAM JACKSCm QGtE, 
Plaintiff, against 

MARGARET MURRELL" AN- 
DERS(»«OGI£, Defendant. 

The diject (^ this suit is to d>- 
tain a divorce from bed and board 
to be later mer^ into a divorce 
a vincuki matrhnonii fnan die 
said d^endanl, upon the grounds 
d deMrtkm. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendtmt 
is a msi-resident of the State d 
Vh-ginia, the last known post of- 
fice acklress being: 12fB Psrk- 
land Drive, Memphis, T^messee, 
it is ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days aftra* 
due publicatkm herecrf, and do 
what may Jk necessary to protect 
her interest in tb|S suit ' 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Qerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Frank E. Butler, m, p.q. 
Beach Iheatre Building 
Virginia Beach, Virgil 



COMMONWEALIH OF'VIBGiNU 
la tbe Oeit's Office of tta 
Clnmtt Coort of die City of Vfev 
glala Beach, joo the Utb day «C 
October. 1965. 

Order ef PoUlcatlsn 
COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINU 
Maintiff. 



ROOSEVELT MABSHMAI^ 

dsSKKUUlt. > 

The flljjed of this suit is for tbe 
defendant. Rooseivdt Mandnao to 
duw cause why tiM saki US| 
Pontiac automobile, Mbtn* "^o, 
FTSSH-TSTS?, siH»rid not be con- 
donned ami s(dd to entorce foi^ 
ieityre, u provided ior by Sec- 
tkw 46.1-351.1 aai V-l-aSlJ of 
the Code of Vk^nla 19S» .ias 
smoided. And an a^avtt bavb« 
been madef and filed ftat dw de- 
fendant -llooscvett Marrieun is 
not a resideiit of die State of ^- 
ginia, H is ocdsred that he d» 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beadi, on the 6th day of Odober, 

Wk ^ --- -^-sr- 

'Mr sf PabUcatloii 

MELVIN J. DOXEY, JR. ; 
Plaintiff, against 

ZOE RTWsJJOXEY. Defendant. 

The dbjed (^ this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a meaa^ et thoro 
to be later mo-ged into a 'div<Mrce 
a vincub matrbnonii fnnn die 
said defendant, up(» the grounds 
rfdnertion. 

Anl an affidavit havbig been 
made and filed that the defendantf 
is a n(»>-resklent d the State d 
Vhrginia, the last known post of- 
fice address .beings Post C^ice 
Box 671. Cut Bank, Mmtana, 
it is orda-ed that ^e do appear 
iKre within ten" (10) days after 
das publication h^eof, and do 
«^t may be necessary to pnrted 
her interest bi this suit. 

A ccqpy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clek. 

By: Mary M. WWte, D.C. 
TbeddOTe A. Boyce, p.q. 
106 N. Plaza Trail 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

J0144t 

COSlMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the derm's Office of the Cu-- 
cuk Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on tbe 7th day <rf Octd>er, 

196S. ' > 

Order of PabBeatieB 

OTIS MARSHALL DODDS, 
Plaintiff, agamst 

REBECCA ANN KIRKMAN 
DODDS, Ddendant 

Tlie object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a dborce a meiffia -^ dioro 
to be lirter merged brto a divorce 
a vincuki matrinKidi fnm the 
said defendant, upon the grminds 
d desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filnTthat die defendant 
Is a i^resident of die State d 
Vhi^faiia, the last known po^ of- 
ISxx address being: 722 S. E3am 
Ave.. Greensboro, Nortii Cwolina, 
tt is ordered that site do aj^teso* 
here withi^ ten (I0)'day9 after 
(hie publicatioi hereof, wA do 
wluit pnay be nec^sary to iM«ted 
her intere^ in this sitt. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Cleik. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
George F. Dardai, Jr., p.q. 
308 30th Street 
Vhrginia BeMfa, ^(Hi^inia' 

10-14-tt 



COMMONWEALTH OP VIRGINU 

In tbe CSerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of die City of Vh-glnia 
Beadv iN|4faa Jat day d October* 

1985. -— -— ^ '- i--; -- 

Osier ef PnUieatte 

CHAiBiilBJWARD VBBf^£ 
Plaintiff, sgalnst 

LaVERN BEVERLY LEE, 
D^endmit 

"Hie object of Ois suit Is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vtoculo matri- 
monii from die saki defoidant, 
upcm die grotmds d having lived 
separate ucA apart without co- 
habitatkm and without interruptloi 
for two years next nreceding the 
commoicenafflt of this suit. 

And m affidavU having been 
qoade and filed diat die defendai^ 
is iwt a resident d the State of 
Virginia, the lart known post of- 
fice address being 120 lOtfa Street, 
San Frandsoo, Cali^mia, it is 
ontered diat ^ do a^iear l^re 
within 10 (ten) di^s after due 
{Niblicatkni hereof, tfid do what 
may be necessary to {Htitect bar 
Interest In this suit 

A copy-Teste: .3 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Ciei^ 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Mr. William H. Odoia. Jr., p.q. 
972 Laskin Road 
Vb-ginia Beadi. ^^i^oiia 

10-7-4t 



OOMRWNWEALTB Cff* VmGINU 

In die Clerk's Office of die Cir- 
cuit Court Of ihe city rf Virgteia 
Beadi. oi tbe 8th dq^ of October, 



OOMMONmSALIfl GP VIRGINIA 

In die Oeik's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court erf die City of Virgfaia 
Beadi. on die aotb day of S^ 
tember. 196S. 

Order af Pibiieatioa 

LEOLA mUSm LAWTON, 
Plaints, i^ainlt 
t HERMAN LAWTON, SR., 
D^oidant 

Hie dijed of diis suit is to ob- 
tain a <ttm>roe a vin<nik> matr^ 
monii fixan die said d^oidant. 
upcm die grounds of wilful and 
uidawful desertkm and abandon- 
ment for a period of more dimi 
oie year. 

And ffii affi&vit faavfaig been 
niade ani filed that die defendant 
is a nm-resident d the State of 
^Hrgfaik, tbe last known post of- 
fice stress b^ 1706 Idiodes 
Avemie, Chesapeake, Vhgbila. diat 
(ft» dlE^eiMK has been used on 
dM inrt d dM compteftiailt to as- 
certain in ^hak ceMty or corpora- 
tion the defendant is witho'it e^^ot. 
it b ordered diat be do appear 
here w8Un ten \Ui) days s&s 
doe pubUcidM! JMP^. and do 
what mav be neeessary to loo- 
ted Ms interest bi dils suR. 

A copy— T«te: 
. JOHN V. FENTRISS, GeA 

By: J. Curtis fimfJi.C. 
3. Ib^ Ma&oo. p.q. 
1017 Chordi Sreet 
Nofdk. Tlr^a 



/ 



1 



/ 






NOTKS 

TUi It to notib' ttl» piUft that 
the tAdsnlgned. tmlfais n ya. 
Beach Grocery wOI wtthltt tin 
daft after pt'^'featfw of ttt m- 
U^ andy la ^.Vtar^^ SM9 
yJJMe Bmi^ Cnrtral loM 
{or a tti^^ to ^>a- kod vtae 
fof <^ and od pMiflMa rawing 

tk*. ' 

f /A Va. B««fc Grooa^ 
724 ririt Cdonitf Rata, 
Virgil Ba^ 

7 ««Mi 

In tfie €MI^ ^ttee af ttK Cir- 
cuit Court d tfM 1% at VkiNa 
Beach on flie iWi day <rf (gtober. 
1965. 

IN CHANOOIT 



• LMALNdnen 



^ s fc' 



do lyppar wtt^ tea dqn iNr 
d«e MMMtidh «l ft^ iotke and 
4o w^ k nk^im^ : |i fnleet 
tt idr tt ttftot. ft V fltfttM- OB- 
I^nD4hdt AM teil^ilf pOftioA 
«f i^Nrtw bl irfitpfoiiae a 
«eA for tbur M^sAAve ««eki 

i ttt Vfegn laick Mk a iA«^ 
paper dn^datad to tt Ctty of 



• iMu. Mines 




J. t. n^mOESS, Clerk 

ir y^ u. m^ d.c. 

IM Ptaw €^ ' 

mMi 1«. Vlrgiia 



lWl-4' 



DANIEL SHERMAN SMITH. JR.. 

Complataant, vs. 
VIOLET STOHB, BOKEHT 

STONE. ET ALS, Defokkuits. 

i4 ol^ «f tfiB abiWfe rtyhd ^ 
suit is ta aatidiyA and (piM %r 
title in ttie compkiiiut. D«£S 
Sherman Smith, Jr., to* lils.pt^ 
erty descrfted ai ftatffl No. 7 
on the Plat ^ l^tcane t'INit 
which if ^ d rebofd ie tfca 
Clerk's (Mic« of tha (^«tt Court 
of the (% bf Vk^ia flMdt Vk^ 
ginia, Bf MH^ Book W, pafe •. 

And tt appearing fr«n tte avK*- 
ments of the BQl d CoooiddiA 
filed herein and by affidavit duly 
filed: 

(First): That due «filig«M» hM 
been used by and on behalf of Uie 
complainant to ascwtain ia what 
county x cQrp(M-ati(m t^e d^end- 
ants, Violet l^ne, Rdbert aa»e, 
and the heh-s, devisees, and sac- 
cessors in title oi Lenmel ^»e, 
reside, without eff«:t, their' last 
knowTi post office address being 
Virginia Bmii. TH^jima. 

(Second): That cwtain of the 



fii ^ d^'s Oa^ of the Or. 
cvttOMttafthe City of Virpia 
IMeh ntfie s^ day d Senear 
bov MB. ^ -^ 

THOMAS E. BURT 

iBd 
00BS4NE M. BURT 
1504 Adams Road 
Nkf^ Baadi. ^u^0nia 
Canf^ainaats, 

vt. 
£AlffiSL raiER 
HooiB. Geui^ 

and 



|0imSD F. FISHEB 



toteCMx 
B^Kfc. Vir^ila. 

^ Kit M. tMne. A 

^gd C. Or^j^q. 
■ncjpiy ifts ftOirai 
1^4 Eaat Uttie CradE Read 
ftal^ Vlrgbda 



MiA^and 



MO^ 




te fo nidi i* pnbtte 
t^ i^^m b^. fer a^ lA ttia 
eMfraom to M OrcvtO^i^ 
BuOdtag, d ttl C^ aiiimf 
Beadi, Vfa^Ia, on Saianiiqr. Oe» 
toter S3. M^at M:IO A. M^ tin 
foOowtlv A^ImI prolW^: 
All that eert^ tot. ptoea or pM<> 

od of land. toMlliar «i* ft» l» 
pnmiiitfia iS^ttt W m 




IN, ttt^tiJ^^AiMi ctr 
nil iiittei owit w nft 






tVir ARD iniTEHEAt» 

JR.. 4ktrf 

iMd^«iaii«itiito rf- 

fect pwtittoD amoag t^M (rwnov by 
sale (V otbmdK of rwl praperty 
m tiw C^ of Vta-gi^ BaM^ Vir> 
ginia toMwa aa be "Sddea Pra- 
ps^," rilualad on Oe aortfacaat 
oORMf of ttie lutoiaetiioii of Pria- 

pft H I Afifif B ftaj Muf y^afipfirfjl^lf 

Bmi tke \mm m mm Matam 
kam Bead, of which Robot Ed- 
ward WhitabeMi died leiaad and 



jrtcfc^j?ct9berai,l?65. 






a 
facLOUT 




0mult$f 



=defendante In tiiis suit may have 
married^ and if m, tte names and 
their r^)e(^i^ consorts are un- 
knowa, «id their last known post 
Tjffice ^dresses are witaMwn. 
Tliat SMfne of them nw^r have 
died leaving iwirs, devisees, or 
personal repr^oitath^. If so, 
the names of said heirs, devisees, 
and personal re|»«i»tfatives are 
;iII,,auiknown and Ihdr la^ post otfice 
addresses are unknown. Iliat 
there are or mi^t « be penmns 
other ttilui thoae named in the 
Bill of ,^0>mp]aint iirt«^ted in' the 
real)»«||^t«^to;ie,^|lM«f io 
this suit whose napes and last 
known post i^ice addreases ate 
unknown. 

It is, ttierefore. ORDERED that 
the above aamed persons, if living 
and if dead, their l»lrs, devisees, 
and personal r^resoitatives, sbA 
if married, ttelr reifwctive ouv 
sorts, and all perstms dha than 
those her^ named, if^ are or 
might be interested to the feal 
estate to be disposed of to this 



Order 

"^ **^3_ ^ «iyve^» tyled 
init to to eolin rae ■ecMe per* 
ii#yiidriaetfafeactlated 

ya$ t,im mmmsvm^ e. 

Burt a^ Corinoe M. mtt, known 
as Buyen. and Jamee L Fisher 
aol MUdr^ F. FSdwr, known as 
S^eti, wtordn it was a^^eed that 
the %a^&* «ou)d bi^ and the S^- 
ers woiid s^ for the sum of Twen- 
ty-Ptve l^ausaDd Ddlars (|2i,00e) 
ctttato ixYJperty k>cat^ to the City 
of Vta-^to' Beach, Virginia, and 
known aa Lot Five Bmth^ For^- 
Two (542) on die plat d TtMMtxi^ 
good, and also known as 1504 
Adams Road; it bdng the prayer 
of the Con^lainanU to have the 
Court direct lhe\D(leQdKits to ex- 
ecute a good aod.raffkient Gen- 
eral Warranty Deed conv^ing the 
above descrtt)ed property to ttw 
Complainants upon ttie payment 
to tile IMewIai^ d the Sisn of 
Twenty-Five Thouttnd (^,000) as 
called for by said offltra4 tsA 
that to the event the Ddeirittis 



And OB iffldavtt havtag be^ 
made and ffled ttat Sum WhMe- 
b^ Byafi, ftanarir^ Snaai Hct- 
herine WMtdiead and EttabeOi 
^rutebend Gr^, focnwrly ms^ 
beth Rraooet mMi^ead, are net 
resident! of ^ StMa. 

It to OM£I@> tttfl aaid noB- 
reaktanto aoi^: Sbhb imtohead 
Byars. IcMrarly Susat Kathertoe 
Whitehead, and SSabithfirhitn- 
bead <^, tenMriy Ell^beii 
Franees miitead. Ao Apfieor 
withto tot dayi iller doe ^idton- 
tioa of !Ui (s6is and do n^i^ to 
nei^mry to protect thdr toteresto. 

It to FURTISR C»II»^R@)*that 
tfae f<»«going porti(» of this Order 
be*publiAed oo<% a w^ for four 
succesave weeks m the Vl^^dim 
Pitot, a newapqier pt^lb&ed to ttie 
O^ of Norfolk. Virginia, and ttfl 
Vi^into hm^ Sun, a aew^M^ 
piAilisfaed to the City ol Ifirgitfa 
Beach. Vtrgioia. 

A Cwy^e^: J- W 

xxm V. n^mtEflt tiffh. 

By: J. Cnrt|a FniR. 0.C. 
tm^ P JF^rringixNi. ^ 



fyiag. sitoato and beliig to te €»# 
of Vii^to Ban^ Mna«^ M 
KoBneviSe MlN^ Oii*rid to 
Prto^eH Aone County. V^^ 
and deagiMted and deacrfbed on « 
ea^tita pl^ ^ inrv^ esAlttfeft 
•^WhMoB of Araidhi Vttl^ 
Saetfen % Prtoceaa Anne Qw^, 
^^gua," Mad JAM. W iii 
snide 1^ PMifc 0. tmm, »., m 
Aiioetales. StfviflH mI 1» 
^aeera. which plaft to dufy of rec> 
cord to the Oerk's Offiea of the 
Cbtnift Oodrt of Vto^rii Bei^ 
Vlr^Ua. to M4> Book • at pi^ 
27 and deil«natod mi teeribed 
on sdid ptot as Lol Mmber • ia 
Bkick 'I;' reference to iMehplail 
to hereby madt fw a more pwtt- 
colar deacriptoi of said tot 

mifS: OailL ^ 
)ms «9 be ffpra 
miiripian of |iN.QO tt 
d|B pr^poty to add, wflh 
ipent to be mide wttito If difrt 

Samuel L WlAe. Su^itltato 
Tmatoe, 808 Ptoxa (toe. 
Noriblk. Virgiida mmi 



wusxHi^mmcB 



SI tuirtiiif— K^alriwf 



We 9eckflM to ktocheo ceUaeto. 
tone iw^wmmn mA m 
type of ifaap«Qit. OA PlBd»- 
rtaa ttT tii it^w; Stoith 
I^uiltavM BUMH. SiMBi er ••• 



mtUmt^ WIf, aili.- 



VACATING 1 bedroom ^lartfwtt. 
fit ute. 4anm 



t-ti-tfo 




Nonc&i 

Oontractflca k Home Btdldir»- 

home — adttttoBi — or repast. 
We aa toatah materli^ bom 
baeonent to aitle and ^ yM to 

I%(»e: KeDam i Eatoo, be. 

m 



tfti 



oa/mmsEm^'tm o^ bai- 

mm »iy.gflr ttttH # «^. 
Cd Qnflt D^JnteHBt. Howfxd 



(toe bedroom avtrMifnt l# till. 
m a toMm. Irtl Artte ^W 



1 lAdrdeiB IvaUied f^^neBt 
p$ per nMtoth. Cou]^ or two 
^ d8aai i^i4tfa 










»Mfe 



IM 



otM 



AhNOUNCEM^m 



10 Spaclil Nrtfaea 



ANY PERSON witneiHDg «D ■ 
tomobile acddoit at the toteraee^ 
tien of Virginto Bevli tt^l mSi 
FUdta Trail, Virgiato BMKifa, Sil- 
ordity, 'S^ttendMT 4, UK, iftoMt 
» A.ML IwKriviag a spdrtoeir (Tfr 
4) and 8 hlmk Ford, pleaae caU 
MA 2-2307 or wrtte The V^fa^ 
B^Kfa Sun. Box No. 128. 



NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

Ftonteg — Heatii^ 

Eketrical •> Ato CoddKioring 

nUNCESS ANNE PLUMBING 

AND EUBCHIKIAL 

SlffPhOSBS, INC. 

Phone 42MeB0 

U-^tfia 

EMPLOYMENT 



tV» the flMt^Bnrihire qshsArte^ 
ta« aad Mttdlhtol call m- 
6377. fBSbap UpboUteriif Cb.. 
nm Vft^eiM BeMJi Boutovard. 
tm arttoiee-j^-qp Mid da- 
H^toy. Nl# ■d M8c itiflAUIrl 
for ade. 

7-2S4& 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



Fcm Risn': Modton FomiAel 
Apart^Mt, (^ Heat, fa |«r 
OXNitt 0<^Air Ut thrmi^ May 
3tot. hooe ^8-7574. »30^ 

One and two bedroom furattted 
t$im»m. Year round. Cdl 



should fail to s^iptar or mm^m Boanl of ttade Buiki% 



H0SP1TALIZA1K»I P<MJCY - 
tosied r^iardtoss of age or extot- 
tog Icoiito conditkn. No walttaig 
pprioa aoratol OJaeai or McUeots. 

Phane BA %mik. KW-^fe 



40 Hnlp Wwi f J Fa m ato 



SEAMSTRESS - Blen's ctotMig 
^re. FuU time. Hours and salary 
diacun^ by iq^pdntm«i. Catt 
428-7180. / »-2344-p 



100IKX)M6FORRENT 



Room for rent. Ybung num to 
statfe b«ne. All prhdlei^s. |12.S0 
per week. 2906 Artie Avenue. 438- 
S3S7. 10-14^ 



10^ Apt»., Fum.—Unfum. 



2 mrnm^i- smrrt-^m 

liVilfG MDII. MOIMSRN KTRS- 
EN AND BATH. MONTHLY OR 
YEARLY RENTAL. 6 BLOCKS 
FROM OCEAN. CONVENIENT 
TO FT. STORY tOiD OCEANA 
NJ^.S. CAU^ 507-4738. IF NO AN' 
SWQl CALL BACK IN MORN- 
ING. i^tfa 



MNfiWOdb GABIONS — MHf 
beaeh aad ^»m. WB reel te m 
per moMi » a^ Ttf fm mi 
amobe paymtnto af US ptor 
montt. OWMT wffl h# fioaip. 
Can 3#1444 imyttne . M-14^ 



POINT-d-WOODS. For aat er I 

E3^ciitf«a fcraa. 4 

tru 1^ a 

Gtf 2i 

REAL ESTAH FOR &^ 
1i4 Houaas For Sala 




MiTOA^JTft^ 



\ 



ihsJL the Court £^|>dnt a spectol 
ooiamissiMia- to euilsite a De«i 
to behalf o! ti^ Tkf&aiaia caa- 
veytog the said j^ii^ptfiy to tte 
Ccnqdainanto. » ^\ 

And, it« i#cir^ W^ASSttvtt 
Sled accordii^ to tow that Jaooei 
Irvtog Fisher, and^. liidied , F. 
Fi£^er are not reridoto d ftiis 
State. 

It is theref(Hre 0RDl^E3} tltot 
the said James Irvitig tbhex mi 
MQdnMl F. Fidier aqppear wittito 
Ten (loi) days after dm pul^ah 
ttob ^ diis Order to the Clcdc^s 
(^ce of our sidd Circuit Gwrt 



Norfolk, Virginia 



il04t 



TBUSIEE'S SALE . 

to execution of Qt» deed d tn»t 
firom Melvto Itarward Lewte and 



» Ag^Awbilw F«r Sala 

19S6 StrthMi wa|^ — Ponttnc. 
Good concfition. White. One own- 
er. 80^ mfln. Laoks good. $4fi0.- 
08 Dtilart Const. Corp. 317 G^ 
Neck Raod^ 10-14-lt 

Conv«table 1988 Ford V* WB8* 



PLENTY of business! Excellent 
(HPfiortunity. W^ conmissim. Bo- 
nus |d«i and other tocentive& Li- 
censed or unlicensed -wiil train. 
Part time — fciO Uroe. L^mtoaven 
Cotoiqr md \1rg^ Beadi Area. 
See Jade Cross, Compan Real 
Estete Co.. 2906 Shore Drive. 4M- 
W3. M^la 



ONE FURNISHED ($155) and one 
unfurnished (|12S). Hot water heat 
uid water fumish«l. Two large 
beAnwms, l^ baUo. Meredith— 
4»«14. IMl-tt 



110 il|>aifmiiti Hfifwrn. 



41 Haip WantwJ-Malf 



VntGIMIA BEACH. 316 24th ^. 
Lovely 3 bedroom mfonittfaed 
^itfttoeto, duct hes^ yearfy leoe. 
Centraify tocated, near schools. 
Very reasonable. 438-2988. 10-21-tfn 

OCEANA^Nice m^ffiflAed apart- 
matt. Stove and rdrigerator. ton- 
naedtote possession. Call 428-2080. 

IO-14-lt 



FURNKHED apifftnMit ww f(u- 
rent. Year nmnd rate. Heat and 
water fumi^ied. Also wtoter rate 
fcur w<x-kers and tea^ipa. Call 
H. 6. Moore, Jarvto I K^ebaB. 
428-7755. 8-12 tfn 

Austto's OMirt Motel Apartmoits, 
206 - 19th Street E^lkiracy 
qMurtmeito. All utilities fur- 
nidied. Atoo, 4-roan apartmoit 
and fmn^ied rooim. Bkick 
from Bus Statton. By week or 

mMtth. « 

tfn 



VIBGINXA BBACH-Choiee^.Dd^ 
boitwod near CavaMer Hotd. 
Quatot Early Amtficao bridt wiA 
date roof, to beaotifid aetftig. Baa 
4 bedro(Hii8, 2^ bstiis, caatar hii. 
Under $40,000. CaD 42M|fr4!Vadc 
Atktoson Real Estate. S4m & At- 
kw., Vir^nto Beach. ~ 



Stoah P. Lewto, husband Jffid wife, 1 Exeelkait meohanical conditton. 



tect their toterest 

And, it is bs^m ORDpRM) 
that ttis Order be pidilished ono^ 



aad do what to necessary to pro- •atonaaid Ctoik's Offiee; Mnlt 

Ikmg Occurraj to tbs pattern d 
the obUgatiori Oereby siM^ed, skid 
at tfie requert <^ the IwMer of the 



00 Iftation, 642 Ladtto Row! 

10-144to 



dated Octob^ 10, MSfir. Mcorded 
to the Clofs Offk% of tiw CtrcM 
Court of the City of Viigaia 
Beuh. ^^rgiato, in Deed tkadt 474 
lU page 44, tiM un^rs^oed havtoS 
beoi d^l^ted as ScMiiuted 
Tnu^ to aoooK&ice ynVih (he 
terms of ^ dfeed of trust t^ aa 
ipstnaneni doly recorded to, thelvA(|DUM CLEANERS - Hoovw, 



PLENTY of buitaess! Excellent 
of^MMiimity. Hi^ commisdon. Bo- 
nus plan aiKi other incentives. U- 
censed w unUcmsed-wiU tri^ 
Part time - fun time. I^mnhaven 
COaag and inr^nfa Beach Area. 

^ See Jade &08s, Compass Real 

dooi t&ea.rSeeMat"witoon-s Sunftd^te ^' »» Shore Wv^ 4J| 



KSB'ffSS SERVICES 



10 AppBanca Sefvlcaa 



a week tw four (4) successive said «^. tiie ludei^gned will d- 



Sdit and sMvioe. Pron^it ef- 
fleieat repairs. Fk* up end de- 
Svery. Phone 428402. Fuel 
pW Ji Buildtog Suppbes. Inc. 



2 l^SDBOOMS, living roctoi, dintog 
room, kkdi^ bath, firrt floor, 
yard. CoDvodoit to dx^frii^. Rea- 
SMiabfe yearly roitd. Phoiw own- 
er - 428^16 or 428-2143. »3(Mto 






14^ 



Needed - 3 men fanme(fiately for 
manlier t»toee pro^anL Must 
be attentive and career minded. 
CaU 48»A41 

U-19tfo 



ALTERATION S-RgAIRS 

ADDITIONS. ALTERATIONS ~ 
R^tocing floor ^ists and sills, 
porches and steps. Leave yoivr 
buildtog problans to us. Sober, 
20 years experience. Iliank you. 
B. F. Bett. Jr. MA 2-8396. 8-i94&i 



WALSH AND SONS 
Builclin|( and RemiodeHifg 

We will build your dr^un bonM 
or make your present (toe a 
dremn to live in. Basck Game- 
tog. Dial S87-8419 a^ftime. 

S#4to 



GENERAL (X)NTRACTING 

All typ^ of tome imp*oven«ib 
& remodeling. 'Heating r^iairs 
and installattom. ALL WORK 
GUARANIEED. Bank finaiM:ing, 
Call Mr. Stamm, 497-7551 or 627- 
9543. ^ 

ADDTnONS — Ahinunum ading 
fiberi^. st^e. iooustical tite, 
fk»r coverii^) any type construe* 
tiaa; free ^timates. Dunn-Ri^ 
Const Co. JU 32011; JU 8-7256. 

ADDITIONS - Alterations, kitch- 
ens ronodeled. roofing, gi^rs. 
sidi^, ctHnmerdal rqiairs. Deal 
Con^iK^i<m Con^iany. 543-1508 
after 5 pjn., 407-3452. 

HOME inqrovemerts of all ktods- 
We do our work ourselves. CaD 
for free estimates; BfcR, 42fr38S8. 



SLIP COVERS 



DRAPESIES-Sl^ Covtfs-^^. 
skiltod MitotaMx to selecttog dec- 
oratir frixtos, oistom fitted by 
expets to your home. Sati^ac- 
tion guarai^ed. Call aB-24li 

UNDSCAMNG - TRi6 




BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL 
► DIRECTORY i 



MOVING 

SMITH MOVING k HAUUNG. 
Tw«)ty-four hours a day. Move 
anythtog. CaU MA 5-7B30. 



PLUMBING 

PMamj^Mod Heatii^ rqiairs. 
HUMimd ftdl b^hs compete, 
Uy^^ranodded. aewen in- 
stalted. FVv free e^inoate caU W. 
W. WiDdnson, 355<i87.\ 



UPHOLSTSU 




ypiKX^SrSUNG, re&AEhiag. re- 

^biii, M^onoi- Twea^our 
«ai8 ej^iertoace sbo^ ^uAe a 
^fe«ice. Capfti^ t^Miterii*. 
Cdl tJL MS44 or 397-iSL 




Time to seed your lawn wid trin*- 
ming d evwgre«s; we 'also do 
pAittag. matotenance and taw 
vmk. Free ^timat«i^ T^Offl^ 
Brottoars Nursay. 88^468 day or 
ni^t 
mmama^mmmmm 



BORROW direct from an ^ap- 
proved toed tonder. Compntoons 
invfted. Readratid and lodurtrtol 
Loan Cooapany (RILOO). 23 Sel- 
den Arcatto. CfUS^M822. 



Mttf^^^m- 



kMto 



An you looking lot a 2nd car? 
If you are toterested to some of 
the best deato to town, 1962 
mocNN and u^; inqiAre at 27tb 
ani tatordi lia, ift ^Kne 62^ 
1961 H9^ 



AWNINGS 



ALCOA Alunouman sidtog. Free 
estimates. CaU 42D-1284 8-l^t&i 



COSMETICS & PSIFUMES 



Mark Norman Cosmotics 

Merk Norman Coamettos now 
has a stmfio at 23nd tltlantto 



Ave. FlK»e^42841S3. 



8-19-tB 



PAINTING 



Paimtog. \Ho(£ii^ Carpentry 
work . No)4owp pi^mettt, M 
^pMnt i n^ianflis ^ter wwk to 
I4l or 



INTING^ Iniirior. <tol0ior; 
work doDe.reasomUy; free esti- 
naates;. calLStefiW. - 



i>uisniiM 



CONdlitE WORK 



DRIVEWAYS - Widks. 40 cento 
acpsare foot; patto 12'xlO'. $88. J. 
D. Baker, 855-2414. 



COKf^ ptocb^ and fidiiing; 
oiitoaa woric; V^ril* Omocce 
S^irice; dial 84N038. 



CHARLES L. BLACK-«oncrete 
wwk, driveways, watos. patios, 
pordies; free Mtimates; 543- 
OSlj anyttone. 8-l»tfa 



CARPETS 



CARPET F^CTS-I can seU new 
IM qualtty continous fltanent i^ 
ton f(Mr 199 sq. yrd., r^ular 7.99; 
DuPmt 501 and Carpobn iq^n- 
tor 3.90 sq. ynL 28 <xAon. Terms. 
CaU Mr. Parker, MA 2«816. 



TILE 



Ceramto vtoyl asi^wtt h»taUa- 
tkau ami repain. .Whitesiite 
TOe. Dial UL 34)66L 8-194fil 




AUCK iftASd^ 



BBIC3CWGRK - mm fttpbces, 
dUmsep, stepi^ ««> 'r^nired; 



Pirn 

RoaM. .o^psfs, in- 
[vkkiiil viB <fi>, at toswl gost 
Ii^ee ^n»te. Aiqr ii» fch.Mh 
7-4687. . ' l-INto 



VENETIAN BUNbS 
. mHDS 



AtTEBATI^S — R^abrs and 
wa^l^CaU Carl, 62^7330. C. 
A.4indblad Co.. 606 W. aitfa a 



BRICK 
FILL 

MmI For, Roadways 
SpocaRiing In 

• Lfood Lumbar and 
Building Matoriyt 

HALL WRECKING 
CO., INC. 

MA 5-70M 



CAB DRiVERS. Servica men ac- 
oqited. No experienoe Mcessary. 
|8»«28 waddy. We pay for City 
penUt. Also free room t&A. Safe- 
way Taxi, '3782 awre Drive, Vto- 
BsmIl 4B44». M^tfn 



APARTMENTS — FUrcished or 
nnftomiaiad Yeai:^ or seaauiaL 
Cooper Redty. 206 25th Street, 
4a8-im NigMl 48l«31 



Living room, bec^xKtn, kitehen, 
baft. Conv^mt to ihopptog, 
ctouxhes, iMjndramat. Very 
rewmaUe yearly rental Pacific 
Avaue. I^one owner liMiOM 
or 438216. 

,. 7-29-tfn 

1 BEDIUXAI hfftidMd i^ffftmoit 
AU utOities totoshed, lae of au- 
tomat wa^ii^ maddne. Yearly 
rratal. ^ per month. CaU 428- 
6582. ^ 9-9-tto 



Bf^ BAY SECTK)N - 
Bridge RcMid nmr duaity Ctodtb. 
New 3 bedroom, 1V6 biAi home 
on «4 acre site. Price $14J^ 
LONDON BRIDGE ROAD. I^ 
ttogbam Elates. New briek 
bomes. 3 bedroom. 1V& bath, d^ 
water. Good flnaodng. $17^88 to 
$18,300. 

DUPLEX: Gatewood Part, Lob- 
don Bridge. 2245 Potter ^oad. 
Good rental pn^iely. Hm # l^ 
S' btock buildtog on resr ^ ^. 
Price $16,800. 

DUPLEX. 2251 Wolf Street. Leo- 
d(» Bridge. Real niee \»kk on 
wooded tot. Etoctric heat. buUt to 
ranges. FH.A. appraised. $17,SB>. 
Mr. DeHart 34JMB91 - 3484871 
34^8311. lW4-lt 



113A Housas. Fumithad 
4f UnlomitlMd 



CLASSIFIED DISPUY 

INSTRUCTIONS 

■an 



42 Hob Wantod 



Holp^ 
Malo 



or Fomalo 



MANPOWER, INC. 

URGEN1I.Y NEEDS 

typMs 



We have innnediato asi(piments, 
many adjacent to Vii tfMa Beach. 

NO FEE 
Time off between jobs vrfien de- 
tfred-Hvork on then tempwary 
Jobs when convnient to you. 
Phone now ior iitterview mi Job 
assifoment, ^7-3861. 

733 Boush Street 

54(7^ 



Ml 



LIVESTOCK-PETS 



ats— Ofhar Pets 



CATS t^ to the right pe«^. 

CaU 128^ jxt. 400. 'I(^2i-2t 



WArtteff 





. ^ to Ezra Skrni 
beds, oal dreiler, pr- 
ror, 4 ddtand kftdi^ chals, smEi!! 
talto, 9H cubic foot PhUco re- 
friferatoT. I Ai^ sbfa bkU. 
Very nmmk. m^m kfter 7 
p.m. Thtlraiiitoy. all dfly Friday. 

l«-2l-U 




DIAL-A-MATIC zig zag sewtog 
maditoe to moden styte c^^net 
Bi^wssened; assume paymmte of 
$7i0 mmth, or pay balanoe d 
Hiao. FYee hptna »l H«» U ' a l tou . 
mfte "Credit Manager." f^M 
Care Virginto Beadi Sun. m^ 



SEWING IIAppNlS. , Singer, 
ciectric ooctalslaB. ncoiiditfaiad 
and gaarantfed. 8 aafy to Ira at 
mas. FrA home dsmeestratMii. 
wrte "Se«ring,Mf#w." Box 127, 

Can ^ir iSSm wml 



Several tortodwd ami unfamished 
apartmento to ttw Lynnhava 
Coloi^ area, Shore Drive. (M 
Compaffi Real £^te Ccmipany, 
4643583. 8-a64fo 

111 Apartmants Furnishad 



C0MPLE1ELY furnished. 1 and 2 
room ^idendes. Some 'with waU 
to wall carpet. $6a monthly, to- 
dudlng water. CaU 438«£0 or 
42M701. 9-23-tto 



CaVAUER DRIVE - Famished 
4-room cottage. CaU MA 24575 w 
GAMM6. 



ONE BEDROOM. Nicely far- 
nished. very comfortabto and 
iiomeUke. Yearly rratid to'aduks. 
HoUand, 411 22nd Street. 428-2301. 

»^04fo 



LUXURY sununer studto apart- 
mento for wtottt reptal. Designed 
lor discriminattog couples or bach- 
etors. 'Kitchen, dintog area, bar 
divU«:, and swimming pool. All 
utUities furnished. ApfHy, ttJJE 
MARUN LODGE. 2411 Padflc 
Avenue. MA4bk 



Bctase, ttoee bedrooms, unhff- 
aiinedk 8tf PnaasoB Dnye, V^' 
gitoa Beach. Yeorfy r^taL Caff 
428^680 or 8558881. . 10-14-IOt 



FtmmsiBD or atf^ttsfaed-^ 
rage aparttocitf. 2 beckuom, Uykg 
room and Utdmi. Water ikir- 
oiidied. $85 moaihfy. Avattabto. 

Can 4»<4e. . io-21-tfii 



Se^d fiBidiied toid oriin^ied 
toxttes to titt L^nnbaven Cokaiy 
area, iShore IMve. Qd Qf^am 
Itoal JUtMe Om^iBy, 4Msil 



m BAY COLONY DRiyE-Ua- 
fdn^Md. 3 bedrooms, 2 bi^, 
giKst home igUiAtfA, modsa 
[vime locatfon. Yeib-^ reiM Pl$ 
mcmtidy. MA 2457S or 6A MMB. 

Ml-lt-P 




115 riao 



titt tltfiad 

furnished. 



OCEANA — dean fumidied apart- 
moit Pl«ity irtorage. ReaJdaittal 
area near base bus, la^ yard. 
Owner. 428-2256. 9-23-^ 



CAVALIER DRIVE-Spacious 2 
bednxsns, fumlslMd, air condi- 
ttoned, heat, washer k irjtr. CaU 
MA H^ or GA 84206. 9-29-ltr-P 



FURNISHED apartment — Uvii$ 
room, bedroon, kitchenette, badi 
& large d5set. C(nnf<»iable. cle«i 
weU heatesd,,cer^:al-tocation. Near 
ocean. $^ pe^f^i^tn. Water fur- 
or 428-7827. 
10 21-tfn 




LOW wtatO' rates until June 1st, 
or yeto-ly. Ais6 monUUy. Located 
to ttie he^ ol the beach, near 
ocean M: HMFttS. ■ 10-21-tfn 



HOUSE for rent, lurnishel 6 
rooms k bath. Comptetely fur- 
nished. 511 21st Strett. &n Mrs. 
Ettivto. 513 2lst Street 4SM!k 

K^-tto 



tiftdm BEACH - mat baits 
and liNdL andS cd^fi ftos 
^Ubed. No d^osHs. HO RKmth. 
Ootqile oi4y. No pets. Mi4SSS$, 



ikimuA 



m mgrns office # 
OFFK::fe. 2^ 4 Pirn 

At^ Virgiato mOk^fftfhi^ 
phom m-ivti-M. I. 3am dewM 
iMIcs. For 125 per month we fltt^ 



A. Y<Hir own use of dedc. 

B. ItoUy td^^de dsita^told fm- 

swermg serviM. 

C. Fwt (Htke maUing address. 

D. Use of typist and sedata^ at 
nomhtoi ratra. 

Have room U« only fbw c^eBfta. 
Appfy hnmeifiately. 8>3Nt 

CLARIFIED OI^LAV"^ 



Ask Your By* Physkitn 

AlKWt 




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IAN 
li^lnia Boach 



1369 LmUb Rd., Va. B««ch 



B«r«ar4H. 



t&ntiw 



Mar. 




REAL 
IXAM COURSE 

StoU Lic«aa« Prepuratorj 
0^7 •■*» ET>«ipy C Uto W 

Slat»e* Imtructed Ba f rM* 

eaas^ R«iU Eatoto Bfmt' 
Paat Sut* Board EMm 

Tidewater's Mott 
Experienced S> 
HoffoM 
iOAL ESTATE 



. 



COMPLETELY furnished two bed- 
room 8partn|ent.|75 per month. 
(^ \Miinm, in. Also mold 
Itwfn. $12J0 pfer #eek. Call 421- 

lO-21-tfB 



U^ Cdemai (M heatofsr^all 
riu. 3|J|I MXVi $25 eadl. Have 
4. De^ Coast Oicp., srr Gth^ 
NeokBoad. t^Ut 



APARTMENTS or rooms. Weekly 
or thctfithly. Heated. All utiUties 
fumidjed. Apjfly Town House Mo- 
tel, 206 24th Street 10^21-tfB 



Sba^^ amf^^t, fumidied, in- 
cUKUng all utiUties. Gas heat. Air* 
eentfitioned. Good location. Year^ 
ijpit ef sevaity-five ddtors (p5.- 
on fat month. CaU 42&'3680 br 855- 




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tomaiiarcUl 



K9«npmiB8Vn 
Lanalrw^lkali 



• IfMlirs for Wa*tls«b 



Eloctfkid 
W. C, JO 



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ART'S COMPMnPi tKMAB sEiviar 

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VlffWa 8mh SUN, Thursday, OcfcAer 21, 1965 





/Iot0i from 00Hi^ 

Agricidturcd Agmxi 



r: R. "DICK" COCKREU, JR. 



^^nlojrli^I tke hnckeoa bettn "Wfwy" 0e (kft to right) WUlto, Mrs .Bragg, Dr. Robertsom Speuard. 
and Org. Mayo, Barm, aad Gnqr. 

PIG PROMOTES PROGRESS 

VmGINIA BEACW-It was pig splitting time again at the White Heron last, week. The annual ev-nt 
«*idi started three yeara ago to benirfit ttie new <Jeneral Hospital of Virginia Beach featured a luncheon 
More the delicate 'opatrti<»' was performed.' 



P re s oit for the festivities were 
Dr. Rob«t J. RdbertMn, Dr. 
Fitzfaugh Mayo, Tk. Frank Burttt, 
ft-. Turner Gray, Dr. OutIm 
Eariy. Dr. Joe H. Byrt. Eh-. Jolm 
Mapp, and Dr. FYancis. Gri^ in 
Tltffition to Earl WilUs, hospital 
administrator, and tiie White 
Harm b<»ts, Mrs. Patricia C. 
manner, aad Ruther- 



ford Soessard, gcneraf mam^jer of 
tte White HaroD, and guests. 

tile ftmd was b?gun three years 
ifo by the Wiste Htnm as' a ges- 
tare of adgbbariiness toward ^ 
hQ^ta!. A large pig^ bank was 
a0t iq} is the lofaiby into wh»^ 
w«« deposited aU prx^^ from 
flw sale of nsfwspapers. At the aid 
of ttie yuB-, the pig is oosoed 
wKh f^>S» tiremaay and tB 
fmia \dthin are dwated to the 
the new General Hospm of Vir- 
gil Sead) to use as ne^d^d. 



i1)e BnA year $166 was collected; 
the MCimd, $210, and Ais year 
the fat pig yielded $480, nnak:;ig the 



grand total of $8S6. 

A new hungry pig liow 
nourishment. 



awatts 




Buy your new plants for home landscapii^ from an «rtabUdied and 
reputable nurwryman ta ^r area. 

Beware of the itinerant nursery salwman. Check him «it with Uie 
Better Businras Bureau before you affbc yair signature to any kind of 
sales contract. 

Point out that this is the season to wlect ud buy new plants. I 
suggest first maldng an oiwaU landscape Kheme. Many home ownvs 
often buy on impulse; thM tb^ have diffladty fitting the plai|U into 
their existing landscape compositions. 

Here are a fe^ hints: 

Buy freshly dug nursery stock. Plant mat«ials rematoing too long 
out of the ground tend to lose their vigor because of improper fertili- 
zation and watering. Don't buy plants that lave be« sitttog in toe 
sun without any shade protectwa. / 

Check the balled and burlapp^i material to see If the soil ball is 
firm. Don't purchase plfflits which are loose in the ball, or whert the 
ball is too soft. . ' 

Look for qufflty plants that areTuTI and dense with rich cotorr^lXm't 
buy plants that are weak and tliin, or where ttie foliage is {^K»lor: Be 
sure the plant material is adaptable to local situatk^ns. 

See that the plants are free of insects and plant diseases. Ask for 
the state mufery inspection certificates. Find ait where tl% plants 
were grpwn. Locally grown mateiials are more af* to be acclinnated 

to your area. • » ^ 

I^A to see if any guarantee is being offered. Some firms wfll 
relHce plants that do not live; others will replace than at oj»-half 
price. Some firms will provkle replae«n«its only if th^ plant the 
materials thwnselves. ' -L • - ., « 

fc^«lecting trees, always pick out truriw that are stral^it md 
sU-cng. When buying roses and other bare-rooted materials, be care- 
ful to see that they have been packaged in a way that prwaits the 
roots from drying out. • " «| •* » - 

When you W balbs. select the sDcdflc colors and varieties you 
want in (trade size«; to assure yoursd^jW good large b|poms. Inexpen- 
sive packaged mixture often contain undwsiaed bulbs with too manv 
of one color. Make sure also that the bulbs yew buy are a«in4 and 
free of diseases. . - . 



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PLASTIC 



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CUSSIFIEir 
BARfiAIIS 




REPqSESSEX) SNGER SewiOfl 
Machos— FaUy equii^ to idg* 
zag, o^rcait, ,iAe.; full aiar>, 
h«ivy ckttv, round boM>in. Pi^ 
lay-away balance ol IS6.90 or 



BRAND NEW iBclaimed 
Ing madiine mti catiatt Fully 
^q^pfMd to zig-sMv ovoxast. 
etc. Originally soM for $1».8& 
Fay lay-away balance of $31.60 
w 6 paymaits of |6.to. 

K&K)8E^BD WHITE SEW- 
B^ KAGMNE-Wifl zig-zag. 
overcast, etc. Balance of |37J0. 
Ca^ or S paymnts of K.SO and 
its yows. 

REPAll^S ON ALL 
MAICES & MODELS 

RieCAR 

SEWIM CENTER 
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LIKE MAD7- 

Get this doctor's f ormulaf 

Zemo speedily stops torment of 
externally caused itching . ..ci 
eczema, minor skin irritations, non- 
poisonous insect bites. Desensitizes 
nerve endings. Kills millions of sur- 
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PROCLAMATION 



irai^t&A^ ^ United ^ta Naval Reserve has maintained its 
B iiihMas tp mm bi ^MemtfBi our natioa for fifty y<4ra, and 

MdOSHE^ Oe dtiao-rea^fd^ of Virgbiia Beach have contritxited 
to (birit t&^iam throi# an a^rendve training program which has 
wm Ae Tldevito Naval Rraerve SiriKs Division 5-19 (L) the James 
f >Tartai Tn^ as the top unit dM type in the oaticm, and 

W^^^AS, -^ U^ tniAm KmtR, manned by naval reservists 
from Ac ooR^wntty. \m. In ttoe tmsam, heea naned ttie most 
vM^mmj mm* JtaS^g sh^ fai Oe natisn. 

Vnm, tSS^&tiBE, I. f^Bdc A. Dttsd), Mayw (A Vli^a Beadi, 
do be^^ Fod^to (MriMr aS, IMS as 

NAVM. Rl^SRVE DAY 
msA 0M upon aO dt^^s to jm in saluting the Naval Reserw <mi its 
nMk mstmurf and ta raespiitag toe accomplishments of our 
Ami lAo an qisniMiii ol Ae tMM ^t^ Naval Reserve. 

1 ftsrk A. Duscfa, Mayw 

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P.S.-Per$onal Service. Our agency team is Gained 
to give personol attention to our client's ihsuronpe 
before and after a loss. We will plan your Insur- 
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428^9161 

2406-B PRINCESS ANNE RD. - CITY HALL 
(1) 426-5600 ^ 




up with your kids, 
the FLAMELESS way< 




Just think lOf the marvelous convenience of being 
i^le to dry clothes airy time,, in any weather, as fast 
as your kids can dirty them. Isn't that alone worth 
the modest price of an electric dryer? You bet it is. 
And, rig^t now, VEPCO will pay $15.00 of your resi- 
dential installation cost for a new flameless electric 
dryer. Ask your VEPCO-authorized Live Better Elec- 
trically dealer how you can qualify. (Offer good 
through November 30th.) 




VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPAMY 



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TELe>HONE 428.240t VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINfA, THURSDAY, OaOBE6 28, 1965 Three Sections-20 Pages biNGlE COPY: 10c. BY MAIL $3.50 PCR 




DEMOCRATIC MLLY 
WELL RECEIVED 

VIRGINIA V&NCR — Tlje Tlurd SH»t«4al Dntoict Denrocratic 
Qampaiga fteid Raising DiniMr, held last Thwsday m^ at the Alan 
B! ^»ai^ Ovlc Crater, has been hailed as a great success. One 
^xrfcestum said Uiat another 1,000 tktots cMild have htm wM, had 

'q>8ce at the Dome been avall^le. the dinner and rally wa*e irttoidad 
by a Qapadty crovi^. 

The principal speako* (A the evenfaig was Lt. Gov. Mills E. Go Iwin 
M:, Danocratic candidate Iw GovgmM-. Not speskmg from b prepared 
text, GodNi^ listed recent accom- 
nli'^monts of the Democratic Par- 
ty in Virginia, and in describing 
what he caDed fte States "unprec- 
•deirted prosperity," deatt f-peci- 

3e^ wfth uiihutilal ocpansion, 

^^tdbcatkmal aceotSfrfi^Mnoits and 

f«e« rtmd» ttd U^ways. He 
Maki touched oa the imoortance 
itf urbm arem to tiie S«;ate. ?nd 

^fointed out that the City of Vir- 

~gii^ Beach pmn by one thou- 

^aand peraoos a oqp^ in papiSa- 

Hon. . .. „ A . 

GodiKii also said finrt/iourlsm, 
io kqpoiteDt tD VtrginyBeach, u 

■^pM td ttree major ^eects <rf the 
r !Var»Wa ecQan^. /md noted hiu. 
totentifle d atlMBiding tourisnj 
^«v«B liu«ier ia the aakt tour 




^ AiQmjfii CMvta «d n^ men- 
-Hkm III SMtam^arial (^oonoits 
vby mne M «y tinaa, he attacked 
^eotiUem ' cp«drtt Ubw^ 
fad piMuriisllii" (^mW^aNi 



flfVir- 

^HBMiglL 

he »al^ he 

m not prauMft to let tii« f^:« 
«f "Vkgiii* hitf "«»# one siSe ot 
«e ak^* O^** dwsaOlW- 

COVEHiORCAUS 
FOR OimYANCE 

KKSmOHD :X Gwtmor Alber- 

la» calM on dl Vir- 

to Mp «ba«n» National 

. . «CoBaaw«ti«Wedi,Oct. 

Harriaon Mi4 "Vkfta^'s nch 
endawneat of natwd resources, 
fertile aoO. ain>|e walw, abundant 
ismt. wd lidr wfldB^ are essen- 
tial to Ifae tesfWAc and soc^l 
w^ bdu 4 litt «ate. 

"In tlMr preaarvation, we owe 
a dthtm to^vidial land owners, to 
soil Old wala* c(»8en^tioo dis- 
trk;ts, ai^ to the agencies to vAum 
cooawatiaa is • cont^niing obU- 
iN^tioD. 

"In concert, tMc metobars ob- 
i«rve Natoral Resources Olpserva- 
tioQ We^ aig|[ am dei^itod oBce 
a^hi to c^ipis <^i^irance to toe 
attention ^q[^ie peo^' 



t«i has wred in uredictrng tne 
State's nundus ai lUO nai'ion tor 
this biomium. 

Godwin again rrfered U> items 
in his "Program im Prog.ess. ' 
which he savs will r«»ive the 
hif^w^ priority: E^ati^ at ad 
levels and new and fanproved high- 
ways. 

fir^nnocratlc cnxMaie m 
Lt Govwnor, Fred PoUa»ti, ot 
Riduncud. als) spoke ftriefly. He 
was taitroduced bv Jonn Failxess. 
Oudmun d fee D«nocarali<j^ Com- 
mittee for Viiftaia Beach. 

O^lMsr tatmdoctlons ot ail Dem- 
ocratic caiHUdi^es for State Sen- 
ate «sd House <rf Dele«at^ wf re 
made by Joe Tusing, Deipocratic 
rotrniitDi} MwB"'*'" ^T Portroouth. 
Lt. Govenm- Godwin .^as mtro- 
(biced bv SIttaey S. Krilam, Cha.r- 
inaa d the IHmocraHe'^nBrm'ee 
erf the First n tm n iis iMi s l tM^ict 




CeUNeitBiVES FUlAt 



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APPROVAL TO BOND ISSUE 



Li jGeveraor tUSlM E. Godirta, Jr.. Dem act allc eaaWale far Gov 
enMr la the Nevenher t etsdloD, as he a|^eased the $10-a-plato 
HiM Senatorial DMrict Muer at iM TkgWa Bach Chric Ceoler. 



tm ENDORSES DtMOGRATS 

WASHINGTON — Last week, "Ttw experi»oe of the D«no- 
Senatffl- Harrv F. Bvrd endorsed craUc nomineea should be vahj- 
tlis Dvnocratic ^'UpHtH^^ in the] able Airtag the perptextog Untes 



VIRGINIA BEACH - City Coun- 
cil nave final approval, on second 
reading Monday, to a $500,000 bwid 
issue to finance highway ancf road 
improvsnents and the purctiase 
of a 144 acre tract ot land south 
of Sandbridge. 

The bonds will he sold after 
tl» first <rf the year withwit a 
referendum, which is pemuttcd 
by the Citv Charter. 

$261,000 of the issue will be used 
(o finance the city's share of the 
inirdiase price for the land to be 
used as a recreation anau 

the pardiase has ronwEd ffiadi 
controversy from the Reoublican 
cuno. tb» R^fxdilicans feci that 
the land is not worth the $S22,000 
that a MbsiiUary of Amesicm 
Land Co. is asWng tor R. 

fbe city h(^)es to securs federat 



aid to pay the rwnaimng $281,'.r. 

Two local real Mtate firms were 
asked to. make a{^n"«ais ot fne 
land and sulxnit their fkidii^s lo 
the federal government ami the 
city. One of the coir.paniifs has 
c(»npleted its ^tanate and the 
secrad ccmipanv is ratpected to 
presmt its esthnate vithin the 
next few d&vo. Both estonates will 
be made (niblic at the nr\^. t3ne. 

In other action Mondav, Council 
c!r.ve the approval to Witcli Dudi 
MaiKM: Develoimient Corp.'8 plan 



to construct 338 apartment units in 1 ven Road and g.4 ac:n of ,Ja« 



th<> Princess Anne Pla^3 ar.^a. The 
apjWflval (rf the plans dcleale^ a 
long fi^A by Ae Pla-.i c.'ivic 
League to keep the apartments 
out of the area. Baysi'l? Council- 
nnan I arry Marshall did not vote 
on the mattM* afrf outgoJiiJ! K^nr.ps- 
ville Councibnan SwuMtell Pnl^oek 
n'3s the ^y <»e imo^fvt to itm 

1t)c area bi wlikHi th> i^- 
metilts wiH be omstnKtMi is 18 
cores on the north skk of Lynnhft- 




Qcr^lfC OalMiittoe. 

Mtomegr Onerai mat T TbA- 
tan. fiAo b tvmm for r^ltcti*}^' 
T«d itvn officW state records 
la attempts to refote OdP charges 
of confBct of iBterert in .fg&l 
.«,.hv %t«- *or the S*'»» bv the 
Norfolk law firm of Kellam k 
KeBam. Holton had opied^^ieJ the 
pn^nie^ of Edwk KeDann. bnrth- 
er of Sklnev Kellai^ being paid 
roan thM $114,000 over tte past 
tt nKfflths in leeal fe^ by i>:e 
State. Button said that figure rep- 
resented slightly more ttan 1 uer 
cent of the amount paid to laiKi- 
owders in NMrfa&c and Virginia 
Beach for h^(hwsQr acquisttim 
rii^ durin? the same paiofl. 
BxMxm saki he sougltf to anoiia- 
siae the stotement by Governor 
Harriaoo that the volume of work 
d(»ie bv the firm justified the tees 
paid. Moat ol the money was lor 
work dene in acouftrine n;;hts tor 
Intffitiie M and the Norfolk-Vir- 
gtoia Biach Toll Road. 

Buttei dted over 800 transdc- 
tiona by tiie firm and the amounts 
p^ Hie Attorney GoieraT al% 
tft4 Mokm's fatiier-ii>4aw ami two 
MiMiers-to-Unr «« in a Roanoke 
]a«r :^m, iHiich alao (toes ^ork 
ior |ie State Highway Department. 

"Xfi enttnudafftic crowd <rf more 
lllir m p^nrvM aUmded the 
Fmi vtiAa IMnner. 



November fsibam^oriia etoctions 
in Virpnia. __, 

Byrd said: 

'lily «a&t i^Mc fervfce has 
been as a m«rAaf of Vfa^inta's 
Democratle Party ;^ch h^ gain- 
ed nMiohd redact tor ft<i adh^- 
oce to hmdrnnental princioles of 
^ovH-mnent. Hie Democratic can- 
didates to this Section - MUto 
Godwin — Fred Pollard — ami 
Robert BiAton — have pledged 
tfionsdves to Uieae principles. 

'Tirginia's proffre^ umtar 1km- 
ocntic leade^p over fhe last 
SO years is doqu«M testimany to 
the soundtwfls d the princi^m we 
h(M so dear. 

"In VIrginto we bell«ve mxnd 
progren is bulK mi fiscal consa^a- 
tism, and we have the recoid 
to Drove tt. , 

"Our wiblic schools and insrttu- 
Horn d hieb^ teaming providj 
i^iiendid evidence ttiat our Demo- 
cratic leadership is meeting and 
discharging the dananda of a 
growing txjwilati«Mi. 

"Virginia's hidiwavs — all oaid 

j for — are comoarable to anv m 

the Nation Md suoerior to most. 

"Danocratic leader«!hip to Vh-- 
pinia ha«» accomolished much to 
dealing with the nrob'<mis coofroirf- 
teg the Commonwealth. ^ 

"Mills Godwin. Fred PoUard and 
Robert BKtton. te«fter, have over 
50 years of expffl^^itoe in eTertive 
' State irffice. 



ahead.> I shall cast my vn:e tor 
tl»*Democratic camfidtftes on N6- 




niREE 






MGIIEASa 

VIRGINIA BeUcH - $1500 has 
been contributed tar the reward 
fund MtobUshed for U» capture 
and eonvlctton of the m«i wbo 
asnolted md robbed a vMiroan in 
her h(8ne at diinese CcKner '^h^ 
SeiiManber 18, ac^orc^g to' Al 
!^th, a Vir^nia Beacti detective 
who hehed rtart a fiaid towwids 
pa^g the woman's medical ex- 
penses. He sakl that $506 fron the 
fund has been added to the lUQO 
rec«itlv offered by Ctty Councii. 

$1,644 had beoi contnt»^ed to 
the fond and woman's IbsTrtral 
bill amounted to $488. the neuro- 
surgeon and psychiatrist nAm treat- 
ed the voung houso^ dMiatcd 
their servfces, 

A checking account Iw the wom- 
an, lier husband 'and their two 
mt\^n d»"dren M^i hH 8800 ^dd-d 
to it. and the $448 wOl be giv^w to 
t»^ f anily at a .later date, Smi»h 
said. ' 



PROPOSED BOnilMl OOK 
UMLED m^t^NCIL 

VIRGINIA BEACH ^ City Ma»i| could appeal to a traard provided 
ager W. Russell Hatdiett told City by the pr^;x»ed (MxUnaoce. 

^^Ii^(inia Beadi <bew its code 
from similffl- codes in Han^M, 
Newport News and old Smitt 1^ 



Ccamcil Monday ihat toe city's la- 
gid d^>artm«nt hat cQiq[>let«l 
«l«ii oi^a aA^pMon houai^ cam 
fN O^ Mamger sakl copies ff hSt 




tkt Abmm. 



»r»* 



Ovic C»ter kl Vkxtato Beach was w>duA to eay«^ (v the 
t«mujn»ii\^mttn m G»wmm U. Go^.. aai ANsner «« 
fcr Oe ilale 8Mi«e aai VaMa «l Ddefatea to 






Rapid-Transit 
Proposed 

* Vrar,TNTA PFAHH' - At O'v 
n^^,r,„\^ jreetinf Mord'^v rpini'n;? 
Bavside Cwinci'man l^^rrr Mfir- 
-hn'i rvi that council "^hos'ld aiain 
look "n'o »*"' Hei "' »», foid tran- 
sit e-'-^toni between Virg^ma Beach 
and Norfolk. 

railroad n'^rallel to Viroinla Hi^hM 
Boulevard. The trad^ is v-^\ onlv 
"Cfi'S'O'i^ilv for q jr^r for IfetglK 
.•qrp V.V Mfffolk S'nitRfm. 
Little encoura?em-nr\'.«'3« vniced 

-.trpr C'hr ^tt^^rt^f W. RU'"I'»II 

*>-- ^n <*'««w«-v>(f gayoo^i ii^rs ear- 
lier when a monoraiT sr«it'»'"i w»« 
"rotK*^. Hatchett a^so nointed eiA 
*h«jt bonds are abo'it to l^e '^id 
♦o finance construction >tI h t0 
-nad alone the «ame genqwi rtate 
the old track takes. 

Councibtian Joiin McCon^s 'aid 
he doubted tlK fea^fe^ ot a 
monorail system, Init m^ aq>r^s 
bussee on tlK toll ro84 ta^ *enw 
as an adequate r&^id^iBalli sy»- 
taai lor Virginia Beach. 



vokaNiA mum - tr f: %«• 

ker of Pa^ak<r, (Sakmm 9i toe 
FNt District "Rural Vln^afais tor 
Godwin, Fitilaiid and Button.' has 
n«ned 10 kudfem men of ttrs dlM 
trict to serve as countv chairmen 
for tills pbaae of the ftubemJTBfT^I 
campaign, inchiding W. R. Mal- 
boQ, Jr., of .^^n^iia Beach. Ken- 
neth N. Whitdajr^ d \nretoia 
B^eh; and B. F. Wilson PaxoR 
of Virginia Beadi. 

l^mm Gilnoer. Jr.. of Kusse.H 
Ctwity, is the !%ate Oiaiiman of 
RnT-f^l Wrrti"«iim for Godwto, Pol- 
lasr6 and Button. 

Lieutenant Govtfndr MiDs E. 
Gochnn. Jr., who heads Uie Dem- 
ocretic ticket in ttie giH)ematoriai 
camoainn. said he welcomes the 
support of the Flr« Disbnct dUllK 
men in his campaign. 

"Our n^ole economic progrtw 
is Itfsed uoon the three faciot's of 
agriodture, todustry and,tounsm," 
Godwto pdnt^ out. "At a Hme of 
increastog urbanization m Virgin- 
ia, we mu^ hot lose sight ot tte 
fact toat rural Virgmia is rtiO a 
nnalor part d the ecomnny ol tola 
Strte." 

Godwin said that he «« proud 
to have these "resoonsfole dti- 
iiowf" («rt.»n«»«te^ v^lh the cam- 
m\m effort. Godwto. Delegate 
Fred G. PoUard and Attomev Gp.i- 
cal Robert Y .Button *•••« The 
l>»TH)cr9tic nom''w^<i in Tie No- 
vember 2 stete-wide elections. 




tttoMfl iM^lsr Mi 
diman and tgjfkii «^ MV 
availidde to toe frm. 

Tin prqpoced coia, w^iid) wouio 
pndMUy dM iMav property 
ownen tf aAwtod by cotrndl, 
^i^d provi(^ miniiman ^mHrds 
fur idundbtog, nx^tng, and acces- 
stbOity. 

The enforcing authoriy for tHa 
code wouki be tbe Departonent ol 
Ikalth. When and ^iAere Mt^miF 
cies exist a notice of noDcaraoU- 
mx woidd be ksued ^vh« the 
tmtm enough tfane to correct 
tl^em. Anyone whe thoii#t the 
city's denumls were uhreasoimtte 




on he east side of Holland RdsQ. 
The area was reioaeo for apfli* 
HiMits earlier Mi yev when ^ 
9pt)'icttnts said they wonlir ftf 
aside ^ of the 1S9 acre^-of iwi 

reamed, for rv^ea^ areas. 

City Oouncil wa* pif^^enled it 
rcrei and a schoe9«liby tlie ^ 
vatoprs to S^tento^^i^ .Tavies 
L^an, a sooke<ni«| tor Be Sni 
leniRie, s«U. "10 a^^s mm^ 
6 ttim ottite oitgpi {mwnisfj* 

"T«! acTN k a vary d.eaD j^M 
t.i pay to be able to erect «sWi 
1W apn«inei^ and toave tte 
dents of ttt Ptoaa wM K 
of park.** ^in sak*. __v. 

poM (HI the grounds tR^I the 

sdxwte in the area arc aJresiy 

I overcrowded. r«jreat1«inal- Mritt* 

j ties arp shnrt and dtainaie te a 

malor pruUenL 

Couaeil ao^hiwlsed a ?'in# of 
drahMfe iNfotMns in Ly^mven 
Coloav to tM ilraina«!f (ffcO^totoa 
dare CM ^^ Mmed wImm t»f 



CAMPAICM 
REARS ERD 



PoUodc't LattI 
CoHneil Day 

VIRGINIA BEACH ^ Ctty 0m- 
cibnan f(Mf iteiq»ville, Swoiilett 
Pollodc. ^imm hk-itat cOtam 
meetii^ to 8l||al capadfy liii' 
day. PolloollidleiigriBt kto^if 
tion at his Jaaw^ reque^ "^ 

PpUock served Ihe area tor eUdtt 
)%#s. He swed m tiie Coui^ 
Baorti <^ Suoervisors as ^ 
Kenpsville representotive for five 
years and he served as KonpsvUle 
Bormi^ Coundlorum for te^ 
y&n. 

At the meeting Mondiv mom- 
tag the councB ydv\ unanimou«iv 
to draw U" a res^ution to recog- 
nize tHo outitandh»ff re«rd "f wrv- 
ice of the out-wAitf onincT^ion. 

Pollock's "e<»t will be fT»«f ^" 
Al*^ I.«e B^nnev vi*en Citv 
Coioidl meets tku. 8. 



Vttkf iM kMlpNm sink A 
evifi^ dwalag Wl jmd coinet^ 
to uppimtA ««tor md s^tmgt 
syeteW 

m tioth iMt and oold water «ii 
to m^ dwiU^g tfitt, as wii il 
electric soviea ind Jieattaig !*• 
dUtoi ^pabla d fMwidtog ar tem- 
p«ti^ to en^ lim of at mm 
70 d^pfvet YMteAneR three feel' 

above the ^BM^t #^ ^'^"^ ^' 
(tow.temperatow meh it de- 
grees. 

• Oontonial maintenance on |atti 
resMeittial and coipnerctoi bi3i. 
'm$ so tbe^, woidd be free ol 

ilorae. warped, prc^ruding aiatf r^- 
th^ boards to floors aai a^ to 
tilt w:alb except fiMr muior pliM^ 

' cracks. 



fHtili^ ntiTJ., fiiaJ '' 

lof MP n»w^ Of HP jN mm 11. 
DisM Mify rata «AJ ilw'^rm-a- 
If M<rii tile^ je:na n| A^ «f*e's 
ere fleolad eut. Ha sa|fc tl^ e«ar 
•'wM f^iM' tw ♦h* ^if^^^tftuftnfvtv 
U they were keyetf to Mtogt. 
ivorfcs tat flie aecood tiMge. 3; 
^meS dio: t 

^Appn^ tti mwof»tottt« of- 
$46,188 fior faidi&eading at UaC 
Creek end m tmtmet U^itft 
814,7tt tor ^t^mm to the Fr^ 
cett Anne rt»a »^nl 

• i^nroved project cost 
for M^pc»de<ice A«levai4 
w»vs«<te, ahd Bofl^ie Bo^tl^j 
amx^ Camp Pttdiateft. b|M^ 
whkj) have raadiad die 
tion rtaae. (The <A?^ share 
bMteoeidace lMvd.,is |M4Jil 
iti ehare of Boothe ttvd- '» 
048.) 

• Voted to loMi 14.800 l» fb8 



11171 



tels Mi hotels. (200 cubic feet oi 
space mid 30 sopiare feet ot Itinf 
would be reqcpiired for each chUd 
ufidff 12 vears d'^.) 

the ordinance provides a fne of 
nn to ^fO for convfc^on of^iv 
vidatimi and ^Krh day's c<»itti^ 
ance of the viototicui bevenfi a: 
"reasoned^ period of time tw 
compliance'' would be a sepan^^ 
o^cuw. 



• At toart. 408 coble feel ell* 
space and H eqeve fM e^M Kemoaville V<duoteer Ftoe De^ttit 
floaGt.tBr eitil adi^ to any i^- ment to help pay for a new rtMuk 
tog nnn to roondng faooeei^ mo- squad trudt. 

• A^piwed a use persist l88 
the cMstsuction of SO apai«Mrtlti 
on the south side eC Ploemod 
Drive. j 

• Stored bMklB the FHhM 
CdnmMeii ai^ ■pcWatHoB . WK 
ftmito Ooq>. tor iiaMAMt afid i 
ue p«tnlt to cflnilnici m ^v^ 
mett unKs on 54 aoM ttotweai 
Larkville Estates and Mttanf 
HWiwiiy. 



NORFOLK - The United Onn- 
nij,ni»,tJ«Hs Fund Camnaipn nas^ad 
t'-p hulf-w*" r>nhit t*'is w*ek «*"♦» 
f'niT nr""c^«it Ws d'>^at'»d *han la^ 
''"•r at this eatne time. Tbe c^m- 
r^a'on fmi9 now t^tal 1942 811.00 
or ."^fl nercent of the goal (A $1,- 
781J3700.\ 

As dF tiie second reoort <rf Oct. 
n )i»ted In thft Citv of Vrrnn'a 
Be^ch at the head of the list v/lto 
18.108 whidt is 115.8 oercent ot its 
goal. Mreteto Beach SdKwls are 
sedwd wMh $10055 which is IlL? 
percent of its goal. 

The Citv of Vhrglnia Beadi and 
Jade Etheridge are mt strangers 
to the top of tite lirt. Th?y both 
ended up tibwe after 

Ihe IXT-cdfipi^ ends Fridi^. 



FIRE DEPT. CALLS 


Seotendia-. 


1865 


Fh* 


No. r»1*^ 


.Ht'ild'n«»s 


20 


W'wIr & Grass 


29 


Mi?c'»|la*'eous 


. .V. 


^v^ffn^clb\k 


21 


False Alarms 


5 


^Totol 


10? 


^tnMatAe . 


N^CalH 


Heart Attodc. 


, 13 


Matsmltv 


17 


Att Suickie 


11 


MQscdlaneous 


233 


Auto Acdd^s 


48 


False Alarms 


5 





HNS Keoes of eip^ebeiit used. 




LyaeD Raye Baia, 17. of Vtarftaia BeM:b, Va., newly e>o«M4 
Amerlcaa Teea-Ager" of tt6S46, eqJiTa iMe to IIm ftmto 
irt MUsadca A mB s oneal Parii. NJ. Ihe 

llha aattaanMe Mea Anarina t^pAger 1||a li 
^Mfti N* it to inini w HpiMie naeas ai^ 
USA 




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BEAirrr PARLOR 



IW Umi BOY SUIT 

DM^ty wov©n, unmilltarily soft pure wool, fully 

Hn^. HettNlry tones of the Seven Villager colors 

Sizes tSo 16 



FUTURE . 
HOMEMAKERS 



C , 1^ ,fnlfiii| ip |iMg It be a 

tan tM viiii th* mtmrn mwl 

BAZAAR PLANNED ^ -^^ "^^^"^ 

file ^ piogm- «e M M- ^_ ^^^^^ ^^^ 



Heiry'i WaruBi'i QiA met at th« 
Protcew Ame C«aAry Club, with 
Ifrt. B. Noel Fallw^, {M^sid^t, 

PlaM tfe being sMde fiv ^ 
annual tMitBMU tai !%« Cnm- 
try", at tht bome «l Mn. Roy 
L. Dart, on Dec«i*er W. 

Mrs. KamUi ^id, imisie, ^air- 
mm, preantd Miat Mary Jo 
K«ltaD, <iAo 11^ 8dartioB» frflm 
"My Fair La^*. Sha waa aconti- 
panitd by BiH Mffl«. 

Mn. C. £. Upton, (x^Uc affairs 
c^urmsn, pr^enM tte 91^ 
speaks, the Honorable W. P. Sal- 
IffijL He spdM to t}ie iiMrebe^ 
on "Tilt CWi Woman and Ite- 
Legislator." 

TaMe d^cn-attaoi were done by 
Mrs. Arthur Junes, forming tbie 

4tf Womao's (Mm. *' 

iUt«Aag tte Aam^ Tidewater 
IHitrict mtattog at the Cwalier 
Utiid wen Mrs. I. Moei FiAwell. 
Mrs. Ardmr ^aiaet, Ifrs. f%illip 



VIRGINIA BEM31— The Future 



I^VALIEB: Wiaf niglit IsJ 
fiy Rally IB fte Hoot Rosn. 
X:l^-f:li-Pt«rtlast 

a^anlay — Eye Optma at U:SI 



HoftMses {or the meeting were 
were Mrs. R. J. SMnMfcer and 
Mrs. Wad^ Watov. . 




URiST SEtlCTiON 

0/ Smofl SlzM 
3 ta iS^ 10 16 



SHOP mOATt 
i«.ii« fttmusoN sn n^-^ Q Mi 



BAYSIDE — Tlie Women's Fel- 
lowship cf the Bayside Christian 
Chur(* will hold Oie Annqal Ba- 
^^^^^ _ BMT, NovenJ&O' 6, fr(«n 10:00 a.m. 

H^atosrf AmeVica'heldlhdr untU 6:00 pjn. at the church ^ 
diaWct fall planning meeting on cated on Greenwell ^Road. oK 

October 13 at Cox High School. Shore Drive. , ^*__' -, «.^ ,..- 

Tlie schools represented w e re ^^^ ^epared food and drinks ^' f J^, Z'^^ZJ^ 

Great Bridge. Deep Creek. Bayaide ^y ^e served fnsn 11:00 a.n». (Bos taacfc «mI ^w» ■« ■e^'** 

Virginia Beach, Prjncess Annp, y^jjj g.QQ p „. t>ony rides fw tft *li"« m^i.m 

Cox. ChurcWand and Oiurchland chUdren will be avaflable from ^^""SS? SLi'^i^i— 

Junior High, noon until4:00 p.m. ^*^?^* ^ H^StST 

The schools presented their year- The ladies in the Fellowsii^ haw "'^J""" JJ^STIm) i»iwhw«» Use flowers and 

ly plans at the merting. Some of been meetii^ twi<Je a week for ****« '"^ ff * aT rid, J^!!^.7«3««Ti^ 

ie interesti.ag things planned are ^„,etime preparing the good Cocktail, and ^J^^ «** f^i^oSf^^^ 

4 trip to Washington. D. C. for things^ they wiU have to <rffer. J^^ ,2*„!Z! Prtaces. S^ZL ^O^^to^ 

a f anU a haH. dam^^at^ns Mrs. Lilian Bibla is ^eral chair- D^ wBbe «. f^ ^es. ^^^.^^^^ ^ 

and>a d ance in^one of tl. com- £^ ^^ats)^^ g^' »^ lS,!S>2ttLy -igbt KSl^^t^hT-^ 

"^SS^^^^ff^ SSLdf::;di:f LifS -^ostu^e BaU (PH^ lor the Mrs. H. Briden^e on Lampi 



VIBGINU BEA(M-Tbe weddmi 
of Mn. €^n>l Ros«^ Wood Bn€ 
ClawM O^ Lan*ert, Jr., twl 
pja^ «l .1 ockx* in the Vu-glma 
Beach MglwUat Church. 

The ewriM^ was conducted by 
the Rev. Beterly Felty. 

The bride fa the daughter of Ifr. 
and W%. Thomw Wilson Rosser. 
Mr. Laanbwt h the son of Mrs. 
Ruby Lambert Rock <rf Vfa-pia 
Batch and Ot late OauduM Ofal 
iJttibert. ' 

Qhren la BMrriage by her Wher. 
tte brida iws attended by Mi^. E. 
A. (XilverhwMe, matron ofTwnor. 
Mr. CWI^wuae 'tm best maj>. 

IMnrs wot C. William Sin^ 
nwns. Robert A. Brttf. David A. 
Wallace and R- R- McChesney. all 
.of Vlr«faria Beach. 

A reception was held ^ uie so- 
cial hall of th« church. 

After a weddteg trip to Canada, 

Ave.. Apt SO. Alexandria. 

Mr. Iamb«t Is employed by the 
Uiritad States 'Senate, serving on 
the iM-rfeariooal staff of the Jomt 
Committee of Def«ise ProducUon 
under Sen. A, WiUis Robertson. 



Tbi cei<Bmy ^ok plan O^ 
13 ta Vir^ih Bm^ After a Untt 
wedcUiv t^^^m^ ''^^ 
to Nortofc ' ' y 

the bride ii a fradnate of Urn' 
oeaa Arikw Hl|^ BchooL ne#a6- 
ptMm sepNrf ttiw ywurs ii ^ 
Arrwd Fwncea. 



BHtCHWOOD 
GARDEN CLUi 



nBWnTMARSHAIX 

vnW^HA MJACH - Mr. and 
Mrs. uoyd J. MarshaU have an- 
nounce the marriage of theu- 
dau^iter. Miss a>erry Lyn Mar- 
shall, to Jotai Malcolm Hewitt. 

Mr. Hewitt is the son of Mr. ayd 
Mrs. Rufus M. Hewttt 



VIRGINIA MgACH — The in»- 
riage (rf Mki ^lizabett 9Milbod 
Salle md Arttra" 'WmSwn Row Jr. 
tooir p^ Sakffday In the Stir of 
the SM daOdttc CSmt^. 1%e lev. 
F^tuid l^tf <^date. 

The brUe M a dhu^itw a"Mrs. 
Grace Addiscm ^lUe of Vlf#Dia 
Beach, formerly o^ Rkhmond. and^ 
the late Julian Aadersm Sllte off 
Richmond. The bridegroom is the 
SOD d Mr. and Ifri. Arthur WU- 
liam Ross of RIchnand. 

The brWe was given n marrii^ 
bv her brother, Stephen ftio0 
Salle. Mgl. Ctertal Mwgnan 
Si^e was matr«i rftaw. BrWes- 
maids were Mrs. W<*ard louis 
Boehling of Ridmiond, Mrs, Davki 
IXirfjam Addison of CSiaWIW^te,, 
Mrs. Paul Winslow Beaal» of 
Marston. N.C.. Mrs. Sfeph«n Brice 
Sate and Miss Melrose Debnarn 
C3ia{ipdl. 

Mr. Rom was his aim's beat man. 
Groomsmen were Ridiari Lrait^ 
BoehliJ^. Edgar Hatdie- Crwjjrfiwr 
Jr.. Walt« Joseph Nott and WU- 
liam Bu^ Brauian .tr.. all of 
Ridimmd and Ouu^ Marpian 
Salk. 



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best costume, maa «id woman) Avenue, v 
Saturday— 11:« Bm »• <^«ter Mrs. BamMorth demonstrated the 

Bowl Game. ' process of feathering. The use <rf 

(Box luBch wUl be servrf on bus) camellia leaves and ivy leavM as 

Cod(tails and dianer at the ctab foliage when net is not used and 

after the game the use of artificial rose leaves 

^ i:30-Dandng with ^ make a pretty corsage. 

- " The MUlIwiarles' B«id She said that in making bows 

"VIRGINIA BEACH JAYCEI»: to use at least two yards of riWaon 

Saturday — Cortnme BaU at the ^^ dthe waterprodf rft^xm is best. 

home of John B.^fLE Delegateg'Vthe Judging School 

Where will I bf? Senewbare at the Federation ol Garden ClidM 

of Norfolk and Viciniity, Inc. held 
;4.tni3entiy were Mr& J. Saind«s ai\d 
Ifrs. Eve Davis. 

• Flans were fiMfiuiIated to have 

a Hat Show-witfa the hats made 

.,, n,.j * - of fresh ftowers and foliage at 

NORFOLK, Va.-All Tidewater ^^ ^ovenAer meeUng. Models 

Marine Corps oKicers. whether on ^^^ j^^ ^^^.^^j jjyj^j ^^^^ 

active duty, reserve or retired jj.^^ j^^^^ sounders and Carol Betz 



afoaag, t he fllU,JMj||r^ .^ ^^^ 

INVHATION 



ifi!^ ^^ ♦S! will participate 
Ball conrumttee _.^„ „T:„ 



Christmas is .miyhty closet y, 

Wc have your imrdrohe and also gifts at Rose 



Hall. 



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Optn Monday & Friday evenings til 9 ^.f». 
3133 V*. Bei^ch Blvd. Va. Beach, VirQinia 




ly Celebra- 
'X 10. 



Guests and pro^pecUve membCTS 
attenduig were Maude Hof&iuoi, 
Tommie Woodard, Frances Mmijn, 



have been 

190th Anniver 

to corrw join 

tioh in Norftlk, No\ luiiume T»wua»u, * .««-vo *». 

Reserve and retired officers who jy^ ^y^ ^^ q^j^ Roberts, 

nefw to the area or who have j^y^^^ winners in the artistic 

not ah-eady been contacted are j^an^nait, were: bhie, Pe^y 

asked to call Cononel Edwm 0. j^^y. ^^ y^^y^ carol Hyland. 

Reed, ticket chaimum. for inffflrma- j^ ^^ horticulture class, ribbon 

tkm and reservations. ^ winners were blue and red, Mae 

ReMrvations are mandatory and "^ppo; red Mid yeHow, Loren 

seating is linnted. Bridenstine; and yelldw, Joan Har- 

Colonel Reed's ohone nunJier is ygy 

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Some btuWef This eligant wifwplettJs lamiitm 14 10. yel- 
low gold. It has a sapptrire4l|ceted cryst^. The dw3er ^- 
pertcd French mesh bracelet fit woven from 14 kt. gold. iKat's 
the outside. If^de is a tiny, precise movement; sof pr«3se that 
lypnosU will convince tfie genden^ that you 
ave any exqflMMC b^lpli^ Oitsfde and in, thto ts a Role)^ 
>vhich mak^Wftot )uit a w»kh, byt a pos- ^ 

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ALANTON - Mrs. E. A. ttofP 
nneister gave an interesting, en- 
livening demuistratitHi of ele- 
gant, Sacusd and even whinsical 
table settings at the Ocb^r meet- 
ing of the Alanton Garden Club 
held last week at the Bay Harbour 
Club. 

Mrs. Matthew Swartz <rf the 
Wolfsnare Garden Club judged ar- 
rangements. Blue rttjbon awarcbs 
were giv«i to Mrs. Heiry Folk, 
Mrs. J. C. Law, Jr.. Mrs. George 
Altheide for arrangements; ai^ to 
Mrs. W. S. Hadley, Mrs. W. S. 
Hadley, Mn^. Dennis B. Boykln 
and Mrs. M E f 'Uita in faorticul- 
bffe ' 

Hostesws for the meeUng were 
Mre. George Fischer, Mrs. M. E. 
^ta and Mrs. M. G. Godsey. 

New <Mi officers are Mrs. K. 
E. OMU-ad, Jr., President; Mrs. 
W. S. Haiiey, vice jH-esident; Mrs. 
E. W. Ja-fligan. second vice mm- 
d«it; Bins. C. T. Deary, secr^iry 
and Mrs. H. S. WhitdMirst, treas- 

UTN'. 



FETEBSON-ST. CLAIR 

VIRGINIA BEACH - U. and 
Mrs. Richard Henry Peterson an- 
nounce the engagement of tlieir 
daughter. Miss Barbara Ther^a 
Petwscm. to Jones Frecte.nct ^. 
Clair of Marietta, Ga. 

Mr. St. Clau- is the son of Cmdr. 
William F. St. Oair. USN (ret.), 
and Mrs. a CWr of Haines Cit>, 
Fla. 

The wedding wfll trfce place Dec. 
28 In St. Gregory the Great Cailh- 
dic Church. 

Miss Peterswi graduated in 1963 
from Escorabta High Sdwol. ^ 
tend^ Pensacola Junior College 
aad Sacred Heart Sdl^J, NS*" 
ing, all, hi Pensa{»la. 

Mr. 1^ Clair graduated in 19M 

pli^m^W, and J»d 
Georgia Institute of TechncOogy hi 
Atlanta, Ga., from 1958 to i960. 
In January 1965 he cwnpleted [our 
years of service with the U. S. 
Navy. ' 

JOHNSON-DERRING 

JACKSONVILU;. Fla. - Mrs. 
Clark Wallace Jduison announces 
the aiRag«n«rt of hw daugl^er. 
Miss Sharwi Jean Derring (rt Ar- 
lingtai. 

Mr. Dwrfaig Is the sM^of Mr. 
and Mrs. Robert E. Derring of 
Virginia Be«di. 

Miss Jdin^on, iJso the daughter 
rf the late Ondr. Johnson, is .fi 
1961 graduate of R. E. Lee High 
School and will graduate to Jan- 
uary witii a B. A. degree to Eng- 
liA from Mjffy Washmgton Col- 
lege. 

Mr. Derring graduated from Vir- 
ginia Beadi High School in 1960 
and attended Vh-gtaia Polytechnic 
Institute where he was a monber 
of Delta Kai^ Sigma social Fr* 
' temity. 

Hie wedcUng will take place 
Dec. 29 la Eartem Shore Chapel 
Virguiia Beadh. 



ington. 

Mr. Wilkerson attended Priacea 
Anne High School and is en^fovM 
by ttie Fwd MWw Compmy. 

The wedding will take place Nov 
25 at Charity Mettwdat CBurch. 
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— WEAVER^HEIiER 

RICH SQUARE. N.C. Mr. and 
Mrs. John Buxton Weaver have 
announced ttie engagement of their 
daughter, Miss Linda Cooum Wea- 
ver <rf Virginia Beadi, Va., to 
Herbert William Hdser Jr.. son 
of Mr. and Mrs. William HeisCT 
W Mr and Mrs. Herbert W. Hit^ 
ser Sr. (rf Vir^ia Beadi. 

The wedding is plamwd for Dec. 
28 at 4 p.m. in the Inmwculate 
Conceptkm^a5»I, No rfelk^^rf^ 

The bridi^o-be is a ^SKTii 
Atlantic Chrtsllan Cdle^. fWson, 
N.C. where ihe pm^^ HMmber 
of Sigma Tau Chi sorority. 9ie is 
a teacher ennpteyed by the Vir- 
ginia Beach C«y School Board at 
Malibu Elementary Sdmol. 
*Mr. Heise was graduated from 
Princess Anne Hi^ SclHwri and 
attehded OW Dominwn CoU^e. 
He is a member of t,he Naval Avi- 
ation Officers Procurem«»t Ttem 
at the NorfoDc Naval Air Statiwi. 






COPLEY-HOSiONS 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Lawrence 
T. Copley Sr. announces the en- 
.gageniorf: of his daughtw, Miss 
Mabel Maurice Copley, to Victor 
Roy Hoskins. Uai. 

Mr. Hoskins is the son <rf Mrs. 
MaUnda Toney of West Fort, Ark. 

Miss Copley is also the daughter 
of the late Mrs. Cq)ley. She is a 
graduate of Virginia Beach High 
School. 

Mr. Hoskins graduated fr«n 
Fayetteville High School, Fayette- 
ville, Ark. 

The weddmg will tdre place 
Nov. 11 m Tijtewater Ceafral 
Churdi of Nazarae. 



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OCEANA BEAUTY ACADEMY JANAT B&^UTY ACADEMY 

1737 Vitgifiie Beech Blvd. 1274 N. MUUary Highway 

Ph^ne 428.3246 ' Phone 8S5-2061 

OPEN NIGHTS TILL 10 P.M. 



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BEAUTIFICATION 

BAYSIDB— Tfte Baysde Jtfuor 
Woman's Clid),^^;i»as the lir^ cii^c 
orgaidzatkn hs It's idstory to do- 
nate twnty-flwB crepe myrtle 
tre^. for the |Wip(«e of beauti- 
fying Uie eitfaiice <rf the C3iesa- 
pedEe Bay Bridp Tunriel. 

Mrs. H. B. Stou^'l^idnMa of 
tte club's INat^tt^iMn ^Xiject, 
was m told to itoit the first 
tree ^ong with Rkkard J. W^ 
boo, 1^ Is to dMife <tf Vu^toia 
Beedi's BeautifieatMB ttaivs. 

tim trees wiU be ^t^eA from 
tiia eotrioce d the tiai^ to ttie 
N(»rfaft (% limits. 



M(HIRAN*SEVERIN 

CHESAPEAKE-Mr. and Mrs. 
Richard Fleming Morgan announce 
the eneagm^tt of their daughter. 
Miss Mardia LeVert Morgan, to 
John WenM Severto of VtrfOBb 
Beadi. 

Mr. Sevo-to Is the son of U. 
Col. aid Mr*. J<An Trygw Seve- 
rto ^WSam^rg. 

Miss Mtfgan is a gradui^ of 
Oscar Sbi^ Hi^ SdHXtl wA ^ 
tended Old Domuuon College. 

Mr. Sevein graduated from 
Hampton Hi^ Sdx»l and the C(^ 
kge <tf Wffiian a^ Mary. He is 
a niemb«- of Pi Lambda Hff fra- 
ta-nity and serv^ two yean ui 
the U. S. Army as a Ueirteaant. 

The weddu^ v^ill take pla* Bov. 
^ hi tte RuK^nt Cc^r^tpial 
dnikian CiMrdi. 



MiCLi^AN-WILKEBSON 

VIRGINIA Ba^CH - Mr. and 
Mi^. W. 'Irttog ttcCJanm have an- 
n(Mn»d &e ^gsMffiniHA d ti»r 
d«#i^. l&s jMe Dale Mc 
daoan. to Uonaid Ahw WUktr- 
sfoa. 

Mr. Wffl^svott of tte son ^ Ars. 
Viv3.at W^ttAur^ ami .the iate 
Leonurd AdiviOe ^in^»«B. 

M^ McClanHi is a graduate 
d Prtoi^s kcm I^ School and 
has beet ^npl^ed by the ^^edet. 
al B(a««u (^ tov^dtigatlm io TTi^ 



FREiiCH SaON 

NORFOUK-The first meeUng of 
the season of the Frmch Salon of 
the Woman's Oib *f »i Mdat 
the CMbhouse, B4 Fattrl%,^e. 
on Sunday, aft 3 Q'dodc 

An lUiistrated t^ wiU be given 
to Frendi on "The Botafticif Gar- 
dens of Norfolt' by Frederick 
Heutte, Dicertor. ' . 

Ihe Frendi Sakm is open to 
all iirfa-ested to the cowans^mal 
use (rf the Fnedb language 
Teachers of Freidi and indents 
are tovited to awie lor toe \^ 
tuie and remato Imt tte social 
hour whkh fdtows. AH native 
FrencH people are tovtted. 

ItK French Sakn is apoas>red 
by the Wcman's aub. fpd by 
Pierre Sdurate, lYendi C^l to 
Norfolk. Mrs. Bertha Fuming 
Taytor is duunnwi and Fmmder. 

James R. Fnc ^Jll^ua Mach, 
a stwient at \^^i been i^tcd 
treasurer of the ^^M Tsft SUi- 
(teet Sode^ of Atttaectu^ En- 

I*"""- . . . w 

Rob^ C. Bsyikifa reeeMy «t^ 
tenkd a ^eqal advwced 0tfer- 
wrttar's seoiiiw ^ by ^a^ 
we^em.Muhial life Insaraace Co. 
^ Xl}e Holiday ^ B^lpawe, Md. 




tfM mMoT tuei| "UHtekM ityles 
m ^vtf Aari Mttt, piltermd 
Mtm and Mctty ptttMsed 
biflliiMiiwItMSfvtets. He is pneri' 

nriMea^yee mnuiictairii^ Min- 
petnf* PitMim DnMy feeb 1h«t 
"if Acre's one thii^ tt^ (wp me 
dboilt giTtitfc AwMc it's time 
lmlibtW»tet ^ thepiiUc 
# <Mft^ed {ricftu^ ^ wliil good 
Hlhinn ii." Bvarj^ iir (bt fa^ 
Job Me^ ii arp^ Us peJot 
We do agree that dw ba^ func- 
tioB d taMm is to midn a wom- 
att more attnett^. Howeva:. with 
go many of the VkyUa Beack 
Aoj^ riMwu^ such a variety d 
Moiririwi, Med, y^, and ixtikie 
fmkkm, we'd s^ it's u|^ to tiw 
to deciik thJt tl^ can't 
wtser what the ywog^iien are hav- 
-^ Slid! fun sportii^ aixiitf in. Ad 
a^ dress ^Mr i^e, toep you^ ki 
heart and jdeasffiit and you'll not 
miss the new kodc and mad-mad 

WAsmoNABusa 

X ^en it comes to reaBy wearing 

tts with a ^le, lock to Mr*. 

BwlMim H aiiWij . Mn. WO- 

i JBtfi Dletei, AfrSi AOctt TfconipeoB 

^ ind Mrs. BU MMly who should 

Fall millinery to the kth d^ree 

" ior the gue^ of the mmt Qab. 

$ifmirmk i, AmjMMam Fen»a of 

t^Oe Credi m the Juneftowii 

V jloom at S.OS. last llies^y! . . . 

Mrs. C A. BkoiB. Oriok Drive, is 

^^ ftepfHng out in a most stunning fur 

lek Christmasy iMetson saikur cwne 

^se Fan days. It's berry red with 

leaf green trkn aid die had. tfie 

. VJSJS. Atnerka IWves agog whfSi 

tiie put it atop her bkuide hair. 

«^»Mrs. B. E. LetB of Cooper Road, 

at the same luncheon, was wearing 




soOMtlam. too, far tte prapfr 
cMhes to mu nd ^acki V§mm 
ww^InMIc foMo-, fria! 



t-TeeiMi ffii 
Book Drive 



Yifgini»lM^>Jj U tH,.'^wfWn^<yt»f.^,r^^,^,,,^^v,, , ^^ , y;, ..i. ^-- 




a anart bieg^ IkMn ddmna- with 
tte "new" c^ detveal . . . Moat 
in^ittl tt is to fll4 a fauriwnd who 
am tcB you 4^ off the aiaes his 
vKe wears. fOm w^eki Edward 
Defy, rononbeid far lo many 
yeara at the <^^far nd now with 
the MoptkeOa in Norfaft. Wtthout 
battix^ a NndaoiM eye he told 
iM Mn. IMy w^fi idae wm in a 
ready-made manber, sixe eigM 
when sbe 'iMptvp a snappy cm- 
tume faowV and ftNl^a)d^a4lalf 
to liw iiae i^ow es. You A eirid hear 
lemprai Ber MiNngaaHBT 
... Ac DadMia of Wiidaer. weffi*- 
Ing a ft. LmnmI »i*eed nrft and 
an aff-tfae4aee aOk b«fet. cartaiiriy 
cH(ta't lock ho- rixty^ourlA years 
when ibe atoppcd off the Uner in 
New York laat week. Her quick- 
snapa by ibe fteto^nphert covei^ 
ii^ the tfrival d tiw Dvke aad 
Podwa certainly oeuUn't be "doc- 
toredup." Bt» looknl l&e a youi% 
beauty of farty! 

FASHION fuenr it » now: 

Pan Am airilnes has jw^ put out 
a simpfy tops fokler tittod "Pan 
Am FaUon fli^" with tra 
photos and ^seripticms of same f<M- 
laoroetric Exoviaes to be draie by 
the fashkm - ooosc^mb travdkr 
d^oard any of ^leir M CUppo- 
fli^. Ilwae "Ezociaes Aloft" 
tfe reprinted from Vogae and are 
yours for the aduAg. A postal to 
Pan Amoicffii World Ahways, 
Inc., New York City, N. Y., is the 
first ^ in your fadrioo-on-tfrival 
project. Thae are a doaoi a* so 




MarByn Marianan (left) and Klara Schweiz vt carrea^y oigi^ed 
in covering the VirgiBia Beach area la their tOnU to oMaki Itottogs 
for The 'Best Vahie' Apartewal Guide «f Narfalk mi Tidewater; 
IM^ (Staff idMto by Padriek) 

APARTMENT HIMTIIIG 
DONE FdR YOU 



IMPREVU 

An ^picIaHy nfaie Isttor Nm 
Parte, Wtmet, reacAed m thte 
week 1^ » flrit4»MM of tefreni 
C^«|r^ im0Ukm potane. You're 
gohg to put a battle of tt high 
on year Orlatanaa "I mot" and 
git^^ Uitst Itls torriOcI JeM 
Desires Mot your AlUbee tiie ta^ 
faiitettvc lettor and mefk and 
being * pofectty pi'tV^ imI 4^ 
benito* ftmA gsiomia, ^ 
knows what USm pvler. He 
shodd t/lm aQ. dwae many happy 
y«trs of betag toe Kdnttlatlng LUly 
DMha^ bnabnid. In FreDcfa the 
word taprevu meaoa "uaforMOi" 
ttid aomt vwy lampected Mogs 
lb aaara to happen to tboae who 
wew tt. Someooe k atewet sure to 
nay, *^iaiaiaiM», what kwely pe> 
funw yw'r* «««teg." Juat try it, 
an dsee. laeldiid^. ^an Detqires 
is the oiaQAive vice {Nresidort of 
Ca<y and kbefrbdiy weekdays. So 
is the om and only D«!be. So, for 
thrihr weekend dMes. they write 
each other notes and are romantic 
aa all get oiA ^oiag their happy 
fusttme weekends. 
rASHKnfMEMOBt 

One of the most copied coats to 
come out d the Fall ctdtoctions 
was a littie navy wo(d number wkh 
a bade bdk md brua btMons. Ym, 
it's true that coats with bade b^ff 
have been with us for a iHiile, 
still diis s^uon (bey're so young 
kxridng! ... A ^-pc^Hilar fashion 
this season are the katt suits. Ibey 
became so pofMilar and cwnfw- 
Ukie to wear emi to travel in last 
year (bat AmerKan womei have 
just tiJcen them to thar hearts and 
badcs £^ain. If you buy one d 
tiirefe pieces with a js^cet, ddrt 
and ^eeveless bknise you can use 
it so many ways. YYour Alisbee 
wore <Mie fw twenty d tweirty-one 
days on last years' jauirt to Paris, 
L(»don, Rome and Dd[)Un— in late 
Novecober — and fouiui it mo^ 
satisfactory even without a Uip 
coat. Black is good for dressy 
tim^ and btege is a good <»lor 
choice for the knitted suit; Iw its 
pale and neutral cok»' hcks good 
on the street and is a smart mid- 
winter cokH"! ... By the way, 
bettor ^ g^g en yoiff Qffi^mas 
card Aopfring. We've obsNved a 
wonderful odlec^oa in gTHM. 
shJops but dm't ejcpect miracles in 
printing or engraving extras over- 
night. InddenCally, the Vfa-ginie 
Beadi Sun buildup has an up-to- 
the-last minute know-how in print- 
ing tediniques and will be happy 
to serve you! . . . Oh, yes! U 
you're invited to a Ouriirtmas 
party, accradb^ to the type party 
it is to be, the Iddal coctume is 
a kng or ^nrt evenli^ dros, but 
{depae don't try to outsparkle the 
Christmas trefe! 



i^INQI^ Amm - Ketan 
I^ ScliQol*a Y-f eens Chjb Utf M- 
ed a cain|>al0i IHieaday to add 
hooka to the adioei Mirffy. 

Ihe bedi <brive to bi^ «mdwt- 
ed 1^ ttie 30 madm Y-Temm Ckb 
und^ tin direction of Mrs. Betty 
Satte, cM) apemor. 

Stoiknta «% cmiv^i^ the area 
s«ved by KeUam far donatlona. I 
^ taidMduids and organkattens 
tmy coirtribirte toiward ftc 'fw> 
cbase «f books to be placed en the 
rOmy ^tknltfm. Wotttrwhile us«l 
^jodts will 1^ be accc|^. 

Students aoUcilon win cttry wHh 
them a Ust of le c un a uend ed books 
and their {tfices. 

Ibe library plas to pirt a book 
{date In every bode MisBg Aw 
lumeof ead) < w n trB > u te r . 

Acoovdi^ ka Ma. ^rieldir, 
acbool librarian, the Ul»-vy at- 
tempto to serve am Rodents with 
\em thui awo vohanes. 

^udent cam^Hers ^Q be rtag- 
ing dooibeb in tiie Kdlam area 
aftor school sxi on Satunlay. Ibe 
drive wiU c^iAiiHie tiuough Novwn- 
bo- 5. 



CAPE HENRY'BY 
THE SEA GC 



600K FAIR 



VIRGINIA mMM - ^4da 
V^aont Foulds, (Quaker auQibr fnrni 
England, wiU sfwak to parents on 
the o(>efdng tb^ of the annual 
F^-teids Sehod Bode Fair on Tues- 
day, at 12:00 no(m. 

She will roenti<Hi chlUrtti's clas- 
sics and talk abovA cbikfa^'s bodes 
from the point of view of the au- 
ttior. She wiU also t^ lAories tc 
chikiren during the book fair, and 
will speak to members of the 
Frioids meeting on Wednesday 
ni^jt at 7:00 p.m. -?^^=^- 

She has written more titan 30 
books— some for dtildren and some 
religious books for adults. Slw to 
currently in Amnica to lecture at 
Pendle HUl in Walllngford, Penn- 
sylvania, a ()ualar ^udy Cotter. 

Hk Book Fair at Friends School, 
Laskto Road, will be heU Nov^n- 
ber 2-6, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.~- 

CAVlLieR GC 

VIRGINIA BEACM - The Cava- 
liw Garden Chjb heki its regular 
monthly nweting at the Princess 
Anne Country 0ub last week. 

Mrs. David StomMnif was gue^ 
judge mi she, assisted by Mrs. 
E. A. Hoffmd^r, gave an onl 
(Titidsm d ea(A arrangement. 

Blue Tftibaa were awmrtted to 
Mrs. R H. ^peasard Jr., Mrs. E. 
A. Covner, and Mrs. M. L. St^ 
nun. Ydkiw rflbbons were received 
i^ Mrs. S. R. Brockeiilvoulfi and 
Mrs. G. A. McCruh^ 

In the h(H<icuttural cUbs, Mrs. 
C G. Bauf^hmas wm given a blue 
ribbon and Mrs. Coyner received 
a red. 




By DOBIS PADRICK 

VIRGINU BEACH-"The 'Best 
Vahie' Apartment Guide d Nor- 
folk fflKl Tidewater. Iik." is being 
published and will be ready lor 
distribution in a tew v?eeks. r.:Js 
handy booklet contains the comr 
bined efforts of two ambitious 
young wtnnen who received tl» 
franchise and are licensed by the 
Apartment Guide d Ammca^ Inc.-, 
headquartered in Denver, Colo. 

Mrs. Marilyn Markman ariffMrs. 
iClara Schwets ot Norfo* ^re 
friends m*o ymxk w^ together. 
Tliey met through thoir husbands, 
Bert and Boris, who have been 
friends sfasce bo^wK>.l Cavs. Both 
Marilyn and Klara have two cRil- 
dren. a bw and a eirl each. Thf'r 
mutual interests and ceniiine Iikfne 
for eadi ottwr bnweht them to- 
pether ior this successtul new en- 
tenvlse. 

Tliev are serimis b"?iness wnm- 
pn. Klara n in real e^tatp J»nd 
Marilvn in an emmovnjent ?»f!"nfcv. 
Ptitthw hj»v« t-^ken a l«>avc of 
absence from thp<r i-e«n>lar v^' 
and are devhtmi* t»w5r time end 
enpr«fv to^aiil^ mnSlna f^" a""t*^ 

fortnce n«'Wics*'oti for thH or«»»«. 
1<ha B*«rf Vai le Anartni<»nt 
f;,<$(]fW! gr* fli*MHiit'».i in Ifl fTf»T'tr 
cHie* in t^ tTnitprt St'»f*«< anfl m 
r.sn»^« t"^ Wi^waii. »nd are the 
}rB^&ff^ d nk^^r,i BAn^on. nrei- 
fa«w4. «**> d«»wfJond the ansiH- 
m<»»it ptiid" flBHtnw ^'^pn he r^ 
turned to Denver frcra a Twriod 

mifda fc oifnnar ln.CO'»t»^ to t»M» 

jKrtel a»^ ntrttel mi'rte*; in that ft is 
^ r-mcise dir^)rv of tV> r«"*- 
m«wts. cow»«^Wv«. f^ condo-, 
mhilwns avallahte: 

Marilvn is ffie oubllsbw and 
Klara b fl« editor anS ♦bar 
offltt is in fte Maoritime Towa- tn 
Norfdk . . . bat tbey are seWom 



in the <^ce!'^iey a^ out callii^ 
on apartment owners, re^ors and 
builders. Ibey leive no stone un- 
tonwd in their ^ort^ to c3>{fliliii 
the mMt up4o-date liings, .even 
to stumblii^ around consbnutMtfk 
sites d a^ptatnent untts stffltto. |te 
building j^ttfes. |r r m 

And sih(% tb^ are m Uk road 
so mudi and have nd yet foimd 
a way to have a nhonc ui their 
car, tl^ «npkjy an answeiing 
service in the medical tower which 
is MA 5^1. 

Ibe guide will bst apartments 
managed by major real estete 
firms, pkrture the buHdings, and 
list tl» rental schedules. Each 
paee will be devc^.sd to a 'befit 
vahie' aoartmeirt bu'ildini? with 
jAotos md floM- pl«ns. Tbey will 
also have mudi ^nergl iufcHroa- 
tion on the citv with locator maps 
covering all areas. 

Wkh the avai'abiniT <4 "The 
'iRe«t V«lue' Anarfmont Guide of 
Norfolk and Tldew*?^. The." tJie 
newcomer wdl be pb!e to inria'ee 
in 'amhr^air' anartment himt'n? 
... .and tmra he Ha« rtiade «» 
tontoHw !w>ieotlon. c?"'"^eanj :wiflu 
ttonal details bv rea'f'n*' a rht^r.y. 

gvlnnnins iwJ. pva'laM» ar«nli- 
nnces. «''■ cwdW^win*. m«irt •»rv- 
imt r^arlrins fflAn'riA.-. rpr»»«HiMr 
(1Mn«ir0 to <»hrtnnini; ani SpRboIs. 
apd orice ranee. 
1*0 »ww4ment «n»d* wi'l M 

d5«*^'t»>d '»« w»re«*»?H>» d^n-Hr 

ynof^ of fmtVwa' firm*. eh«imh«»rs 
(it romn'w'*^, vi.'ptnr* twireaiH. 
motels. botAls. emnjovmait a«»en- 
c'e«. teachers assorhHon? povm- 
TtmA smxies, and flie like. Fw 
the BMst part. coxAa distrilM^d 
win be conribnentarv. but Hier 
wH! abo be a^labte at the news- 
lAfflids far a nomtaal fae. 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The mem- 
bers of the Clape Henry-by-the-Sea 
Garden Chib fadd its October meat- 
tog at the home of Ifrs. Joe JH. 
Watson. Wttcb Duck Point, >.asi. 
week. 

Tbf ineettog 41^ opened^ the 
Ipre^le^, M|rs. :9e|kar John Dee 
&-. "rae* pra^ier was given by Mrs. 
W. F. Appkby Jr. 

Ihe meaiten voted to send a 
conb'flxrtkn to the Vu-ginia Beach 
Rescoe Squad and to ttie Norfolk 
Botankal Garden Library fund. 

Mrs. Watscm, w^ys and means 
dmirman, requested the member.^ 
to give her all orders fcM* pan^ 
and EneU^ daisies as sowi ss 
po«efi>le. Ibe annual !)ale of Ehese 
plants afe soM bv the meniber<;. 
and the profits are u«ed fw thfe 
children at t^e f^stem Sta*e Ro««- 
pttal m Wllfiamsburg. Mrs. W3t«^m 
i-prn-fM thfl nia^ts will be deliv- 
cnHI Noywnber 4. 

A***-- tlw Hii<sinei« »*'<»»t'n«? ''r«?. 
Watson served a d-Hoio"* lunrh- 
(w>n. o.ho<it««fi»« were Mrs. Aiv 
nH»v and Mrs. Dpe. 

TV n«»rt Tn***?"* w?'l he hp!d 
Bt ^e home of Mrs. Aooleby m 
Nov. 8. 



DAV SUPPER 

OCEANA - Tbe Vh-^nia Beadi 
OiajAer No. 20 of Dlsdiled Ameri- 
can Veterans will bokl a spaghetti 
dinner mi Saturday at Scott Me- 
morial Methodist Cbioxh beginning 
ai 11 a.m. tO 8 p.m. 

On toe moni will be spa^ietti 
witii meat sauce, tossed salsMl, 
bread, coffee or tea, and milk lor 
the chikiren. 

The ladws of the church will 
assist in serving. 

Tickets will be on sale at the 
door for $1 adults, and SOc for 
chikb'ai under 12.. 



18th Birthday 

LONDON BRIDGE — The 16th 
bk^dav of ibe Lmidon Bria«e 
HoQie Dembartratioo CAib wiU be 
dwervid today wMi a covered 
dldi luncheon M tbe7j|ndon Bridge 
BantM Onadi rndal hfll. 

Tbe 'meeting wOl b^ at 10:30 
ajn. wab toe hiwheon sdwduled 

^Members «% fgaln collecting 
On-tetmas gifto to be sent to Bar- 
boa Claudty who wu a naember 
of tile dU) and is now an mvaUd 
nd Ufcs to tBfStbee dtf. 



WITCH TALE 



VmGINIA BEACH - The au- 
tumn nweting of the Princess Anne 
Cfeuntv Historical Society will be 
held on Sunday at 3 p.m. at the 
Old Danation Episcoral Church 
Parish house, 4449 Witelutock road, 

Mrs. W. Emmett Kyle will rdate 
tlie life a.nd doings of the kxal 
witdi, Grace l^wood. 

Discussion of the plans for pre- 
sovirg Pembroke- Manor and Xfy 
pet Wolfsnare wiU be the business 
of the aftenwon. 



YDC TO MEET 

VIRGINIA BEACH-Wchard R. 
^bsal(Bn, president of the Virginia 
Beach Young Democr^ Chd), has 
announced that toe kexi meeting 
of the k>cal, YDC will be heki at 
the Amerk:ana Motor Lodge, m 
Ibursday, Octdier 28, at 8 p.m. 

Delegate WiOi»n Ii. ' Hodges. 
De^te wmam P. Kelbin and 
Sensrar WilHan B. Spong. Jr;, 
Democr^c non^iees^for tiie state 
Senate frqm toe 3rd Soiataffial 
I^strict. triSk be goed speakers. 



Th(l Pageantry and Excitement of 

OYSTERBOWL 

to you again this year by 

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Saturday, October 30 



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PRE-GAME CEREMONIES 



1:00 to 2tOO p-m. 
WTAR-TV, (ChwiMl 8) 



THE GAME 



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Will provide a festive musical background during pre-game ceremonies. The 
music of the bells will also be heard in the vicinity of Mutual Federal's 
five offices. Aline Sebrell jLangston, Carillontieur 




Mutual Federal 



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VlrgNa BMcfi SW, Thursday, October 28, 1965 



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This com^g Tuf sday^ k •«oth«r elec- 
tion day In Virginia, but not JUST er^- 
other election day. On that day, the 
citizens of Virginia will go to the polls 
to dnoose a new Governor, Lt. Guv^r- 
nor. Attorney General, forty members 
of the State Senate and one hundred 
members of the Hou» of Delegates. 



in recent weeks. Our choices have not 
bien made arbitrarily. They are bastd 
on comptete analysis of t^^ issues arvi 
the candidates. In every case we have 
chosen experienced and progressive 
candidates, who have already proved 
their legislative leactership ability, ^e 
have heard what each of me candidates 
has had to say. We' ^ave waded 



It, therefore, is a most Important elec- through volumes of campaign mate- 
ti<Mi lo all of us. Not only are we choos 
ing ^f highest officials in the State 
government but also ou riocal repre- 
sentatives In thf State legislature. What- 
ever thf final turnout n€gct Tuesday, it 
will be too small. Nothing less than one 
hundred pw cent participation would 
cofT^letely satisfy us, and we are all 
too sure that will not happer^ 



rial before making our choices, and 
we are ranvinrdd we have made the 
correct choices and that we wiW be 
on the winning slcte. " 

For Governor, we have ^o$en the 
Democratic nominee, Mifis Godwin, an 
experienced leader ar^ a man inter- 
ested in the continuation of progress in 
Virginia. We have chosen Fred Polf. 



Vye would, however, like to Tee lard, his running mate, for Lt. Gover- 

more voters 0>an usual turn out pi thfi nor. Del. Pollard, a personal friend of 

polling places. We would like to see ours, has for yfars t^en a recognized 
moreen in ttie July Democratic pri- "Tiade^. We havf chosen Robert Y. Buf- 

mary id e^n more than last yfar'f ton for reelec^n ii> tlie. office of At- 

record vo^ In the Presidential election torney General. In the pa^ four years, 

We f©tl It is most Impcftant'for, the fie has proved his complete compe- 

citliens (rf Virginia Beach or ^ny city, tence In that office, and we look for- 

for that matter, to voice their opinion ward to four more ye a r s of h i s qq d^ 

by way of a ballot on an electk>n day. tinued success^" -^"^^^ -■ . -r-^^w^--t-'-' 

That is the timeto make one's feelings ^ In th^ newly formed Third Senator- 

knov^n, not a^er the election Is c^er.^ lal District, vvhich embraces Virginia 
Too dlhw those^jybQ votot the budest ^^ Beach, Chesapeake and Portsmout^i, 

and TW)st critical opinioj:» after an elec- we have chosen the only three expe- 

tlon are the ones who did not care rienced legislators and the only three 

9t¥ou0 to get out and vote. The poll- that we believe can work'to^ether in 

Ing |i1ace and the ballot box belong the best interests of the three cities. We 



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Never let It be said that we oppose 
free eiiNHrprise^ or our capitalistic form 
of government, and never let it be 
said that we oppose the expansion of 
any business or any kind of ousiness, 
but the proliferation of one type of 
business at Virginia Beach has us mild- 
ly worried. We arf absolutely not 




ed. In the Pembroke area, for instance, 
there are already a fairly largd number 
of service stations operating. Just what 
will the addition of many more do to 
them? / ' 

We canrK)t cxmdemn the o\\ compa- 
nies or even private individuals for at- 
tempting to take advantage of a good 



olpiri^katrtN*i 
«^ iiiae J^Mivr aulnoiii iii mee 
oi ^^geet Md lae^^eia kM pm 
m Gfo reeMtf eejrtdei ^ M e MwiMh 
tbn nfar«i«r tte luMm tmA mmm 
of ike iefiifee |«eb1^i, and tiM kiadl 
ef pto$nm tM «i» naaM to help Oete liapfeM 

fit 9«e£Ed.aho«a the prpUrarb M^iui. gft^ 
4MIIIM7 (4 Ada jmr more than 600,000 refii^H 
tmimM timk a«qAit SQiiea and ir^ oofttrdM 
W Vfct Qsm ^«««i MQ/cWee and toirni iecuMd 
W tiM Mioii gofoivneiit. They %nm Iwi 
•nd d«iMki(e — te leed of food, shdter fsd 
Inf. Itoijr iM te po^ physical e<widm(»i 
eeparated foam inunediafe lamily and other . . 
leUtivea. thty are vicUma oi Communist tenor- 
«faM, ptttfrntt^n, aad oppreMion. Th^ tea Mm^ 
tiea «f eombiUi j^ aa ivrely aa iAm wMm 
wounded W Viel Cmg hiiKeta. ^1 

A Uttla toM ilory out of South Vkbiaai Ma ^ 
dedicated eflbrte d maay indlTldoal lin#tn|iii 
Aitd aafhMiift of otiiar eott«tirf8a» wia msm tt#r 
fluyfenimaits or private ^lu]i^U7 aftaiba, flN| 
S gnal poaonal risk, in assistlb| th* ^^WM 
jMrsona. Nomb^ed amoag AmiFieaii ▼Mprllfi 
mtoideB, all of which are wippprted t^jr pmkm 
iliiroughout our ci^istry, are Oa^& R^ff Ser?- 
ieoL CABiJS* Church World Service, Iiitani|KHoh«I 
"Beecoe Cozmnittee, International Vobintary 8^ 
ieee, and the H^uMmite Central CcmifflWM. Tkt 
ir^ of tiieee ^genelea detervef high ^ihuta tod 
^ie eoQiinued aupj^rt of xm govenuQeo^ and iWt 

T^^ 1^^ MUST iiii nruG^ 

1i ^0rmeif kapiM^ tint United S^top; 
toward Yidbun contliDae to induct provislm 

th(6 i^msm Bl^'feJSln**^ ^ ***** ** 

ite care and 





to our basic Arnerican principles, and have ct^osen our friend. Bill Kellam, of 'alrTK>st anywhere we. happen to be, 



but we honestly wonder at the addi- 
tion of so many more of them at Vir- 
ginia Beach. > 
Edch time' the Virginia Beach Plan- 
ning Comnrrission meets i^nd ea?h time 



we woytd like to see ever-Increasing Virginia Beach; Bill Hodges, of Chesa 

numbers of voters at each election. Too peake; and Bill 5pong,'bf PortsnfX)uth. 

dften^ many citizens are not aware of We have cfiosen three' men to serve 

.the nam^ of the candidates or the is- three cities . . . one from each city. ^ 

sues at han4 and that Is their own For the House of Delegates from V|r- 

fault. In this campaign, for instance, ginia Beach, we are happy to endorse 

tNi candidates have made themselves the two unopfxjsed Democratic candi- 

re^ily available at public appearances, dates, P. 5. White, and Edward T. Ca- 

ifirough newsf%|pers, wcHo and televi- ton III. P. B. White Is another expc- 

sbn, as well a^ <^r^-m|l) campaigns, rienced legislator, and^e v^elrome the 

All that was na«ded'was a little time addition of Caton, who has already 

and effort on ttie part of tfeje citizenry, proved himself worthy of high offJce 

We hope that every qualified voter has by his service on Virginia Beach City 

availed Nmself of thq nr\aterial at hand Council. 

and is 'ready to v^ ^n Tuesday. Those are our choices, but whoever^ hew Independence Boulevard: Obyi- 

We have mad^lfur'c^iuctS/ and we you choose, we urge you to get' out 

t»V9 made them known on this page and vote on November 2. " 



against automobile service stations, and thing, but we cannot condone the ar- 
we are fully aware that we, like every- bitrvy locating of service stations ev- 
one else, need gasoline and oil to eryw^re. We feel that the Planning 
operate our vehicles. We are even very' '^omnr*ission and CoLtfttil should take 
happy to be able to find a service sta- the City of Virginia Beach as a vyhole 
tion of the oil company of our choice into consideration before allowing the 



city of the future to be overrun with 
service stations. 

In several cases there Have been 
applications for new stations of the 
same company very near to an exist- 
ing statk>n, but with perhaps a little 



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the Virginia^Beaclj^^y Council m^ets, ^ better location. This can only serve to 
there are a multitude of applicattons put the original station out of business, 
for ne\y service stations. Twerity-one and there is nothing ^Wire lonely-look- 
such "Bgquests were to b^ considered Ing than an empty service station. The 
this >^k by the two tidies. That, more statior^s that are idded to our 
somehow or other, seems tco many 1p city arbitrarily are bound to run othecs 
,us. Most of these requests have dealt out of the market. T^o niany of any- 
vyith ni^w stations in the vicinity of thr thing is bad. And service stations are 
new Pembroke Shopping Center or the no. exception 



li|0 Iflora Excuses, nease 



ously, more applications will bs forth- 

l coming soon at the exits along the new 

I Virginia Beach-Norfolk Toll Roa'Hrr^- 

First of all, these projects are sti 



Nearly fevery day, it seems that we 
hear tffr^hjn^ nft)A( 9( ^iff^ant about 
fuvedbi- daHiyjuPincy. M is either the 
increasing crime r^te an^ong juveniles 
or another psychotegical reason for 
their existing at all. We are gettirig 



respect for law and order and the 
rights of others. Now, we are reaping 
the harvest of ttiat dereliction. ^ 

Virginia Beach, to our way of think- 
ing has been lucky. We have the usual 
juvenile delinquency problems, but 



rather tired of hearing one excuse after thankfully not on the scale that'other 



another for juyeniti delinquents and 
lor waves ojf delinquency tfiat contin- 
tially pois(»i ttiis country. The excuses 
f#^e from the sublime to the ridicu- 
|#tM, bitf they always seem to boil 
cbwn tolbe fact that somehow society 
has faile<lx|hesa errant youngsters. We 
agree that society is partly responsible, 
but we, as individuals make up society. 
Therefore, w©/ as individuals, are prob- 
ably the most important factor in caus- 
ing H^veniUi delinquency. 

John Edgar Hpover, the Director of 
tN WW, k»as Sakl ttwit parents ai:id oth- 
ers osntribute to the perpetuation pf 
juvenile delinquency simply by con- 
doning a r^jelllous attitude of young- 
sters against authority, law and orde^, 
^ any r^ulatory measures which re- 
strict their whims, desires and, ,actiy,h 
fm. He^^yt to foc^i^^ fl^fory has 
^>r«ad into #» cou^oom, tl^ living 
ro&m, the scl^imona and w^a^ into the 
s^«ets 



cities seem to. Our biggest problems 
seem to center around vandalism or an 
ocxasional incident of disrespect of law 
and order by isolated groups. ' 

We know thii is a fast moving soci- 
ety where children are encouraged to 
grpw up faster and faster. We do not 
have^to like it, but it is true. In dur 
opinion, the biggest faulf lies in the 
home. Where parents have not educat- 
ed theif own children correctly or have 
not cared where their children were, 
or have not taught them the in^aning 



Again let us make it cl^ar that we 
are not against service stations gener- 
ally or against free -enterprise. Nor do 
Vye question the wisdom of our govern- 
ing bodies. Wfe simply cjuestjpn too 



In the preliminary stages, and are not rrjany service stations of all companies 
due to be open in the near future. We going up in places th^t may be ideal 
believe that a careful look should be^^ror something else* AU we ask is clear 
taken at these . applications, and we thinking on the subject. We urge City 
aehfocate a full study of the applica- Council and the Planliing Commission 
tions by the Pfenning Commission and to move slowly /and to study the mat- 
Council, before any permits are grant- ter thoroughly. 



This Is Our Final Plea 



The current 
Fund campaign 



bud at home, and for then saying they 
do not understand how their precious 
ones could possibly go wrong. We 
blame*Th^ parents for not alRjiwing 
pr6pfr p4pi|hmfnt ^d di^ipline at 
school. Instead npan^liave threajton^ 
school aMthpritiei^ijiih fewsuiti lir real 
We Wieve, as ^^]^^ punlsbmentwhw.it is needed. 

<^|i<;tipn has been in So, no more excuses, please. The ju 



United Communities 
in Norfolk and Vir- 
ginia Beach is drawing to a close. TheJ 
campaign has been going well, and no 
doubt the goal will be reached. For 
this v>e are glad. It is only fitting that 
the citizens of this area should open 



to helping others. UCF can do it so 
much better than we alone can. These 
fifty separate agencies, with the funds 
from the UCF campaign^ yvork to ease 
the lot of people who face all ^oris 
of handicaps, and they lead our youth 
toward responsible living tomorrow. 



Qy R^GiEE P90V0 

The aparing sea ^, offkial 
syn^l of t& Chesapeake Bay 
Bridge-Tumid, is taking the honor 
serkHid)^ * ^ 

iHimcNds at ttie hNbi ami an4 
fluttw {^out the {Koted^e iiarria' 
of huge boulders ^irrounding 
TUmUe Suals Chai»el island, 
where a fishii^ pier and re^aoB-- 
ant are located. And the other 
three islands along the 17.5 bay 
comi^ get their *are of sea- 
gmng, feathfflred guests. 

TtBs gatiiering of g|ilk has b^ 
conoe a tauri^ flttractkm In it- 
^. On any suiuy day, visitors 
who <^«ne to beh(dd a spectacnilar 
enghieering achievamenA can be 
seen masppiag ^ many pictures of 
the fligl^ gulls. 

The sou^ island jmct, named 
appropriately Sea Gull filing 
Pier, is one <rf the reasons the 
gulls congregate. They feed off 
waste matter, mudi of whidi 
comes from fishomai cleaning 
their catches. 

Other reasons, acccardyj^ to Bill 
Willians, pier ai^ restaurar^ man- 
ager, are: ocean going shi{» cut- 
up live bait in the channel ami 
the guUs follow than to the is- 
lands; a natural iood can be found 
in algae growing at the base of 
the banker rocks; and schools of 
mirnows swim in the cakn waters 



aroiffid ^ isUnds. 

Wpanas also said tliat four wild 
ducics make r^ular trips out to 
the southern most island. He 
guesses tbM tiiey have a ne^ deep 
leliDd the foundation Wddo-s. 

tbe well-t^ined Riclniond na- 
tive said the heigirt of the gull 
season is fnxn late Novant>er to 
early F^^mary. 

'"Hiis is vdKn ^ nek Si^ move 
down frwn tlie rivers into deeper 
mi wanner wdier," Wlfiiams sakl. 

He/ said th^ lipe the rails of 
the pier and tbpy roost all jover 
the rocks durtaig the winter. "They 
are everywhere," he dmcUed. 

Williams feels that the guUs took 
to the island \mg brfore the pier 
q;>ei)^ on August 28, 1964. 

But the gulls hiave become both- 
ers(»ne to some visitors to the is- 
lanck. On the Sea Gull Pi^, the 
distance b^ween the {^er and tiie 
water level is usuiAy 30 feet. Many 
is a time, accbrcUng to Williams, 
a whte gull win dart down from 
the altitudes after a hooked fish. 

"Once wd a while tiiey'O get 
caught in a line," W^Uttns said. 

Wbi5 knows, aU Uie sea guDs 
around Sea Gull Pier and the 
offkial sea gaU sytnb^ could 
be thinking Uwt the brtd^tunnel 
i^.ands shouM be nanM after 
famous sea gulls! 

Who can argue the p(M? 



their hearts and pocketbooks for such ^^^ ^^^^^ recommendation can the 
a worthy cause. Unfortunately too 
many people h^ve not even contribut 



ed or have contributed too litlle. This 
is sad indeed. All one has to do is look 
at the tremendous job that is done by 



of eight and wrpng. We blame the par- uCF during the yea^, and he should 
entfor not nipping the problems in-TN,;^be asHarried if he did not?give or dld.^ 




mean- venile delinquents do not need them. 
Let us all do sometHinfl ibout it^ 



not give generously. 

The fifty agencies of the United Coro«' 
munities Fund do a splendid job to 
help those who are unable rww to 
help themselves. We 
should have a warm feeling to know 
that we are aiding those unfortunates 
|o become responsible citizens again 
?nis, after all, is the purpose of the 
Fund. Our pne gift can be spread over 
flf^ 'qualified l^icies, all dedicatiagl 



agencies have? That is why we all con- 
tribute . . . to help others. 

The campaign is not quite over, and 
all gifts of those who have not seen 
fit to conVibyte thgs ffr wW sttti be 
gratefully aaept^. We urge everyone 
to dig a littJe deeper; for the benefit of 
our fellow men. We are convirKed that 
the United way of giving is the right 



Your Faith and You 

ROWRT H. GAJRN|» 
Minster. Tabemade Metkodist Owidi 

"Hpw. cm we find, peacf is a world Uke thia?" C^m that (;pi^tk»i 
has ^e&k a^ed, and the answer yet roni'irns to be clarified. Jems Ind 
an answer: he called it ibs Kiq^kw? of God- T^ wodd in «hi^ he 
lived had ^own that the Kiogckxn of Um was a falhffe. Aod so he 
cam0 (NToclaiming a new kingdnn— a KiogdcMxi d. God. 

We need little evidence Uiat io the tweitt^ Q^st^Jiy, the ^'iQ^kHn 
of Man is failiqg to do the j(4), Ihis ocntia^ b^ boeo nu^^ by 
war after w^, ^ ti^ d^perate search <rf mm tor peacQ. C^r 
world, like i^n^ty-Dumpty, ^ egg, has bad > gM»( fall, and ail 
the king's horses and aUjhe king's men, thoi^ t|ie^ have triii 



way, and we support fuUy the UCF in ^ ^ _ ^ ^ 

contributors *^** ^^^ every qne of it's annual^^ cam- ^aliptly, have i»t been.a& to do aoy patching. *bi\ill 1^ An 
paigns. , /" egg ain(^ camx^ be patched-^ new ooe mu£t be balehed. A^. as 

Until next year at this same time,'tWs ^^f^ 8ood {mm »^ ,^"« |»^^ SL^f*' . uJ- • 
,, .^ , ,-. ' ... c J . li j'.,^ Hence, if thg KiogtMn of God la to be hatd«d, A mu^ h^n m 
United Communities Fund wilt disap- ^^;^^^ ^^ y^ g^d me, Jesus came prodatoing a kis^kwi ef 



pear from public view, as far as pub- 
licity i$ concerned, byt its even greater 
job goes on every d^y of every year. 



G<^ which would ^ribrac^ th« ^imkl^-hitt fir^- he i^p| 9ut his 
<^ptes mg by ws. IS. Om^ 14 to be -a pe%$ m ^ "woM i^bJ(A will 
\a0^ it oust li^in ri^i bn^e at hme, is ymv b^ aad wm- 



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Festival This WHksnd 




aOS/UPSAXS BAY - Ittre 
im fct firMijrtiid to tte 

p^ AfpradittsB Day," SMbir- 
day, (K^gbe ». 

r. mMMA Dwr, Ctmma^re 

pflika, lilt MB^EitisB flC yiditi- 
men arrM|^ $m eveta. am* 
ouaeed diat ^ fkat Ava of On 
fleet of aadiiNi <qai^ b^s to cr»a 
the QaiA IM doas to tibe DO^MK 
ipecMi(»-«A re(»m "e^avad. 
irt^g ^r« r^whicttott of 
"pad Itovfn.* origi^a — dattog 
bad( to the Bevdutlnytfy Ifte" 
AmI a 'tksraodwe's Tnx^f wfftv 
Im peipelH^ by Hw m^^no. 
men In honer of the Qrat bott 

Tr^^N for the next four bosA 
of 'Ttorft America's test conmer- 
cial sailing fleet" to finish the race 
inchide the "William H. Koester 



UmaM," ^ "IcUidMfbe^t 
Avdla AiwarA." «>• liod d 
FtaiMnI Uff^ 1ta||y" a^ te 
"AsiipfiKi aBvL" A wemilt USb- 
«tyVOirt r^^ va^afMHuM 
in to mnae d tte Oimmgetks 
aqr lli^taa ll»M»B- to *e 
o'deat tf mMe Uatoric mn 6i> 
l«^( and (^i^Mag the race. 

Mr« Duar pa^ai out 4hirt -^voy 
lead canity wOl rec^e a 
•^ip^kn boiut" <rf !».« to 
edNr Mme of tteaapeiua inctff- 
r«l by te Ci^tate in brii^jng 

up the bi^ to in^n^^ttan wMtti 
to race~^ the ftrat ttae is aome 
IS yaara, 

8iA% Fa^d Oiakmaa, 
C2iarka J. Owws, asnoiOKel thai 
toa^ea md awarda i^ be pre- 
set to qjeeial ceranoua at ttie 
toot irf Dodi Sb^ in Aimapolis at 
iteut 6:30 PJ4— ^^)«'e tlM com- 
peting fleet will araen^le a^ 



lAat ii now piMMd aa u auipal 
raee. ^ laat Salmday in OdAet, 
b^^tan^ in the teto non^tag. 

Ifr. Owaa mM tet tiia Wad- 
Jqqmaqi af the Qwat^ iit a ac- 
taowMee and i^i^ ^ eaewi>- 
lOty aanrttoa (^ ^om bt^iieaa 
firma qt^mtog 1^ awfrda. 
who, by teir aaain-sqes <^ fa- 
cial »Woii have mataririly coo- 

tttuXed to to Mbij^ifenM «f 
Oie^f^ A^v^^pB Di^: Par 

to AnuQxdb B^ "^ ^aap^ 
Pe^i^^Wa Oampmy. rpwcett Beat 
gii^>ll». MtfedMi ftMM<^. be., 
and Hielfauitar Hoose ftoetawMi*. 
Fm- to other imtividiitf mm^i 
Tlie National Brwtag OaR^>aay: 
Tht Scl^yderberg-Kiffdle Co,; «* 
■rtie E. H. Ko^o- BakftfCaft- 
piny.' 

SaU Mr. Owcm. The Wtedjam- 
mers fuKhn- adawwMgc to ^i- 
en^ty MA puUte s|Mtt of to 
many otor finns^^ivich^ and 



camwartwitott media who are ao 
nnaa^klr <wtrl|i«iq| _^^ 
tUBBKf Md ipVie rar Qm fM|N|^ 
mMt tf Ma toat wttttr filiie^'* 



»Yvix - MiinNdona Mel tm thrat aaaaou «Ute utiUmd 



^Inle Bead» SUN, tHi^ttfey* Ock*«r J8^ 1 



HQIIftNL^ 




i Mi» hiria Robartf <3slt ke* 
beaa aeteotoi to Jota to Marlm 
GoflagaCtelr for to wmm im* 
SQQ. Dm^Mo* rf Mr. Mid Mn. 
RaaaeH R. Ode of UOe Mtchaal- 
a^od Drive, to la a 
of Fraek W. GqIk High Sehool 



AmoQg to Rwmben of to rtail 

•f to 1^ CuTkDiin. to E«l 
Ctfdtoa Cdkge todmt nevnpap^ 
wee P«A itarttm Mieted, m» of 
Ifr. and Un. George N. Mletiiiai 
<rf sao 2tod rtreet, qxMrta wrttar; 
anl JQl L. Mowen, toiftfto- <A 
Mr. and Mrs. ^ R. lltwM Jr. 
of 1335 OiewuA Court, mm writer. 



malndtf of to leaioo, tt was an- 

wtiad tod^ hf Mm Seafs. 

ff^Mf tftr«ctor of t?M« P«^- 

nd. 
■Aa ragged ste-ioot-one, ttHxNlKl 

4>e«ditor Jiad a tarimanl iMaon 
with 9^rftt0M a yau- me aid 
nM a laairimua ^aiea « to 
Atoittc paaat LaagUTa AA«tar 
tmmA and mi^er of to Year. 

Mar^oMi Mdl ranblad for l^ 
yttda, a Imtotlc MB jw^da per 
gme av«ri«e. Iha »yaar-«ld 
Mteean iM^at^ned a haliy 5.9 
yanl fwrgame eo SI7 oiMes. 

Hk native of Masho^e. Okla- 
boma, an U year vet^m of to 
U.S. Ah- F<m:e, sewed W twiph- 
downs for M ^ints. 

"Hie Continental Football 
Lesigue has s«ne ^at nnnta^ 
backs, but Mr. Meeks will be by 



thz« aeaaou wMa 

yaHonning with Sprifer 
NVL and AVI iBOiii 
itead Ueeks as «a of to tap 4oHi 
svtmn ^ imiaasioaal loelbaB. 

t«i|^ im ea* Jadg* for tte- 
Mhn m amki No*. 7ft. ^m 
raturtM home from • 
road trip to oppoaa to 
Chatter Oaka it Wof^ 

run 





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CAKES MIXIS 

a*^-Wek5e cut cheboar 

MILD CHEESE 

PUJRUIiY 

FANCAKE MIX 

ANN page 

FANSAKE SYRUF 



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These prices effective through Oct. 30 in Virgihia Beach I. vicinity. 



m«ai 



oHMBtof OooiwatleA Mad i^ 

far to most excitog. spectacular 1 ^"^ ,?^*5S!Sn ^^ J^ 
!»»M- <tf .n " Mw. q««nL^Tlde. nouaced to pubueaflon of a naw. 



nMtf law are to for a trw^ Twice 
In Ml IM ran for betor than 
m fm4 to a gma. anl tai noOi- 
^ iia pOad i;v 111 yirda otcfaing 
l^iMS. I'm ooofideat Iw'tt b| able 
to mafNi kto to hiaup ^ a mini- 

Masks worked M wWi to Nep- 
tnas for to fint time <» Wednes- 
di^ a^ imd wfll see seivlee on 
Saiurday i^ vImb to cW) in- 
vada TsR^ Uah«^ Sta&vm 
to t^Ee OB to 4ivtaioB4ea^ 
FUladel|itda Bifldop. 

Me^ ida^ i^ Spin^eld 

'Shoot For 



Safety 




NEW YORK - RacalUng to in- 
cidott last year vhen a fanner 
racdved maxh piid^fy by paiuit- 
tagjCO-W OB Us faraad brown bo- 
vto to protect tt torn ovenealoi^s 
kaater»» Dr. ^to W. Perree, exec- 
utive director of to Natfonal Ho- 
dety for to FreveiMiaB of Bliwi- 
oeniNoisd to oa totei^srs soon 
to be laktog to to wwk, AMag 
d to tfaousmds of "Soaday shoo^ 
ers," X^. Fwrae ditaed tot to 
fauBtert "wO noM Mm be to 

,to eews. baerawef 
^^" Acddeot reoar& conq) 
by tofSra indicate ttirt Beany 
ooe 014 of every four viotons of 

of nMAe^^iatton ci a mm toe 
m ttitarial, and thitt u ^darmini 
13 penult of thoae toners to* 
^ved, wen iM iMe out of si^ 
of to toofer. 

Ur^ to huators fo tow fall 
con^tfatioa for.tob* own safety, 
as w^ as that of (A«^, to N5PB 
official has recoeaoMwIeil to tot 
Ispwiag vototary taubam to 'lU- 
prove htntttg Mja^ ever and 
above to reutiiie ewmest pur- 
lilttiBg and chactof : 

A comp a to a ah ft tye axaaitna- 
tien for aD boEtien MouaUy before 
to <9eBfa« of hwtk^ seaMW. 

CtoTy 9^a» eyei^toaM, wift ao 
iq^4(vdate prescfii^toB, to ^toe of 
to km or bnakaie of OM'I reg- 
ttUur 1^. 

I Use of ihaMer^vaWaii safety 
kraea Jm' protoottog to ^es from 
twl^. ^aetol iNIt, stray pellets 
and other ftsid hacntfs. Or. Ke- 
rree eaUed spedal attottoa to the 
yvtoaUUty of toae not nquiru^ 
iJairmtt. is to tatampt «f antbiuci 
eye t^. ^ ^par pnottc^e gog- 
^ to the woods, «Bpl»«zing 
tot "one's ^Uan ii M ^i^iace- 

m furtfao- strriaad to pinsuty 
ol spadal i^Mim to totoss of 
vUbility and to dtteatty of mak- 
\s$ out cootosting ^1»^ while 
Hearing min^**^, eWwt in to 
wMda or OB to toad. Because of 
to cohort dfonM ^ to reduc- 
toi of 1^. Dr. f^enree cauttoiied 
tose hiHitffs waortai suni^asses. 
to be «p9cia]fy ear^u to remove 
torn before Anting to dnVe 
home. Oting ata^stics towing 
dude to be to mi^ dangerous 
tto^ to <bive ani to period in 
lirich roost h^iway aecMepts oc- 
eat, he urged hmters to 'mf^ove 
thdr viaioB ai thh to» ^ renew- 
ing ttidr sui^isses. 

Abo on to 4pic of njiH^tasses, 
Dr. VmBt sagieriad that every 
pair be ^mr of ' c»»ftH'dened 
laft^ Ipass or nfOai-Stam piasr 
^, and to safety btmm. 

"Safety, whetfia- afield, at home 
or at wwk." «** ft". Perree, "is 
jHit » nw^ of {rtabi eonui»m 
Mpt." the l^^onal Sr)eltty tor 
g^ >j!»?eBi^ << BUwto^ is to 
only natkmal voluntary health 
^ency rewtod compJet^ to right 
conservatioo thnx^ a c«nnW»a- 
sive laoffwn of re«arch, ^uca- 
ti<m an dconmwnity service. iWrk- 
1^ fl^nally and throi^ state di- 
^<ni, H has l^adquartei? at ]£ 
East «& Street, New Yoik, N. 

V. ia»& 



•Salt Water Sport FisUng to Vi^ 
^nia." 

to deven diapters and 21 iHio- 
trations to booklet coven Btore 
th« Si) aatt water 8por$ fish cpm- 1^ 
m^ .cai#ft in Virginia «#rs 
and toato to detail toif haMto, 
where and when to look for them, 
mi to tachk md tedmkjues moat 
succeaitfid to naring tt^. 

The booUet gives particulars 
aboA bottom fiatoing to bay. rivers 
and ocean. [dugcaMing, surfcast- 
ing, pier iOs^ proper gear and 
tackle, chsd^ boato and boating 
facilities. A special section is de- 
v(^ to to a^wial Virgtoia Salt 
Water FiAing ToumaiMBt. 

A torge f(^k>ut map of to Vir- 
ginia CM^ r^ion in two colors, 
shcfwing to tod^km of buoys, 
U^^ reds, inlets, idands and 
haitore. as well as hi^iway routes 
to i»tone fishing areas, wil^ be 
invalurf)le to prospective anglers. 
Ihe boddet may foe obtained 
wtthout charge by addressing re 
qu«ts to to Department of Con- 
servatkn «id Economk Devdop- 
msnt. ni'State Office BuikUng. 
RJctoood, VirginU 232tt. 




^HRMISSION 
S5,000 



R|C3Pi(»n><-I1ie< OommisBiQB of 
C^na jiiA Island F^beries has 
tpfgmtA m apfwopri^foo of 16.- 
m amually to to new Coopera- 
thre Firiieriea Researdi ItoR be- 
^ teiaUated at Virginto F^rtech- 
idc totitute, accortog to Chester 
7. fW^, CoRinisston Swortive 
I^«etor, llie U. S. Fish and Wild- 
life Service pla-ns to contribute 
i|>pro9dmately |«,000 to to fa- 
cility iocludi* the salaries of a 
UUt Leado* and an Assistot Unit 
lAaiK. V.P.I. will provkle claat- 
Rxm and laboratory facilities plus 
toutty nMRd>a« fm- initniction in 
^Mciidiaed fidds. 

The Unit will offer researdi and 
dassroom v<ak leading to Mast«r 
<d Scioice ud Ph. D. d^rees m 
Fisbories Managanent. In addition 

to to research contributkMs this 
poop is expected to make, to 
unit win {H-ovide an to-i^te source 
of. trained personnel for fisheries 
i:«8earch and management pm- 
tk>ns m Virginto. TIk trainu% fa- 
cili^ is expected to go into op- 
^srtion sometime to 1^. 



HUMAN REUTIONS 

VIRGBnA BEACH - The next 
spetdcer 8p<»unred by to Virginia 
Beach Council on Hlinan Reiatieas 
will be Buben A. Clay tnm the 
Federal Hsysiiig Ado^nistratkn to 
Richmbol His topic will be "in- 
tegr^ed Housing," and he wfll 
bring to ttaf groi^ to l^M iitfor- 
matkto <m recent l^riatkn pa-- 
taining to hourii^ , 

Clay is a ^aduate of Lincoin 
Uni^nereity md recei^ his Mut- 
ters from New York Uiuverslty. 
A nalhre <d BiduAmd, to is active 
in many civk gr(»i{» there and is 
on to Adviswy Board d the Rich- 
mond Bilev^pment and Hmsing 
Autor^. C^urently Mr. C% is 
Zcme IiA»frotq> RelatkHU A^iaor 
with to FHA. 

The meel^ will be held at t 
p. m., at SL Mali's doirch, V^ 
ter's R|., Ot^ana, on Nov. 3rd. 
n^e piliic, realtors, builders and 
city of&tols are uiged to aitiend. 



mm MnlTT FSATirMi-S^r^aHatt eo^b^ cover. 
aUa ar« giving rac« .car drlvera Im^oved jnetectioa 
agatn^ bum inJurioB, !ni« tt#itwei|dht e^iim fwul aulta 
have a Boxel fire retardant finish vHiich lasto for the lifa 
of the garment. They reqiiire no special laundering, aiul 
provide the cool comfort and easy care featura of trnx- 
ventloiial cottonf. ^ 

New pomt champion Necf Jarrett, suq»cted oi dii^ every raot 
this season wiui toat gMd m mind, revea^d tot wett tnat "poiOta 
were not the prune goal ot any race I've started tUs ye^." 

U was Juat (ne |^,Mw^ai iot^ating revetotions i^ to hi^^y- 
succ^stul fwi drivW mo ftu vimbg tne tMraod-oew North (^uoito 
Motor £^>eedway {wior to C(xnpeting to toe mile track's toai^soral race 
M uct. dl. Starting ttoe is noon. 

As Jarr^ reviewfd his astOiHidingly-success^ sttisoQ Uhm far to 
which be has WOO 12 rans and f uystrad to to tqp f i^ 41 of 91 tfasoea, 
he revealed: 

... It takes $350,000 to ke^ a stogk stodc car ffpvs^Haa tabi^ first- 
class for ^ (ffle seasoB. Ifo was r^orii^ to hib own opo-adoe, i^ddi 
uciudes to cx^ for buildtog and matotoining thre^ cars (ana ^pdi fsr 
dirt, short asjtolt and major tracks). 

^^^Horsepowo- is o(^ bad. Instead, it's juat Ito pedidw, dipead> 
ing on Vw you use tt. lie then poitod ol^ tot bn^^wwir tecTWiiod 
4i c08 kfety^^ jt | Mton mtM tt> for pas^ ears ani (l) 
for braking.^^ ' v 

. . . ^ biggest fears to ractog are <1) gofa^ to aad from to track. 
and (2) rookie divers m superqpeedw^. Jan-etl oontlBda tiat aS 
rodues should be required to nm a ce^tato amter of to^ track 
races before being altowed ob \iig tradu. 

... He called North CaroUna Motiar ^>eedws^ to best spectators' 
track evo- to be built aa to NA^AB chriiit Ha reforred to to im> 
limited viewing from any pcunt to to praodstaadtai ftod to d e^ i of 
to race bradi itself. WUSe htmi 8pee6t wodd net be as liit as at 
the otor four superspeedwi^s, he pointed oiA tot foaa woM be 
closer to to actim af^NCMS aad, tberetoe, recato the 
soisaticm as at Daytona. 

Hi^ winner (rf $75,000 thus far this ymr U SttiAHw to d^get that 
he is strictly a pac^-type drh^er. He a^-eed tot hk aflproa di to n^ng 
was scientific, rather than physical 

He then used two raoent races, to I^lii^toB S(W iH3icfa he w<» 
and to Oiarbtte 400 in wfak:h he finUied faurtfa, to expiaia his 
approach to racing. 

"At Darlingtpn," ha coi^inued. "ve stotod put noai aodi iMr 
that to majority of Tsx^t there we-e w<» fan;' ton >ito pae^ tom- 
selves, dkln't a^ise. thear autos and cooo^trated on M^tog oit of 
troubte. , 

"It is am estobUahed h^ tot ai^<me who tiiM to bad a race frem 
start to finish abuses his autoRHUk^Sa oAr ptai M X^^efon wm 
never to 0. involved los; a race ke poiitia> wtBi m^f&ae on to tradL 
I just wanted to keep a steiKly |»ce who-el would stey to to saow 
lap with to leado^." 
Jarj^tt paused, then canttoed: 

"Charlotte was a di0»ent race ai^ fri^Uy, I ran hm^to fa tUb 
(me th^ any this year. 11i» reaaaias wen ivMold. First tola 'mn 
two more men— A. J. F(^t and Oirtis Tumo^-capiyble of be^lBJ; to 
than I had to worry abwit at DarUngtc^. Ihis ment IM to nee 
pace was going to be faster and tot to chances of all to fart can 
fallirg out would be sUmarar. < 

"And, saccuidly, this is to time of j^ir wh«i everybody «^ bc- 
tory deals is worried wh^har time d^ls will be renewsd. So I fl^^ved 
in the Charltkte ra(» tot all to factmy dHv^rs would be tr^ng to $» 
just a little bit fast^ than toy normally wouki trying to tanpran to 
Detroit officials. 

"So to decisis was to ran J^Std and I never was more tos 17 
secosaia out of to le^. My |rian was wwldng untfl with dbout 29 lapa 
to go I ran over glass m to track, cut a tire and h^ to auto w 
tmscheduled pit stop." I * 




I 



Juaptta f^kam of IHt^on Real- 
ty is li^d to to 1I6S edition ot 

"Who's Who d American Women." 

» • • * 

William JUwto PtA. son of Mr. 
and Mrs, 6. W. Ptak Jr. of 90» 
Queen mb#^ Dri«i|». bat l|(||p 
named e^ Idf MerQ^to ii 
&cMm^ ttMons and to ifm- 
dent €ov»nnat AssodaHta, ai 
one (^ to ti^lor ^c^ posMoi^ 
tat to Ancne^. Eart Carolina 
Gtibg^s fiatook.. i 



cs. 



DoB'i let uuse faUii^ Ima^ and cooler t^f^ntures fool yon, 
0^^et. j^tfami^ to b«^ part of another boathig season has pasKd. 
to crisp and cotorful autuam i/tya tot lie ahead o^ many wuder- 
tol hMu-s (d boating fun. 

^'s time to piA away the water skis and fvim suits, but that's 
ttMli^ to st(^ ^Hi from iiddag to th» water lor cruising, fishu^ [^ 
QtcUng or jik plato boat rIdiDg. Take along a fweater or Ught ^ideet 
Itod yo>i wM't even notice to difference in temperature. 

^u^uaJty, mm d to finest boating of to seawa coqaes dur^ to 
autumn inc^bs. It's to time when nature puii on to mort oAiIhI 
sl»w, RMich to to deli^ of totter hufi who enjoy color ^itn/boftat^. 
t%e c4dli% watAr makes to fish more active. In numy parte U li» 
Gfmiry. faU fjsfatog is coqaitoed to besL i[||ii|||^Kii wer« toitoB 
faring to hot summer mtha p«rk up MwPlpllanis <xttif mi 
pitovidr pienty of action for the late seaaon anglers. Too. faU boiitoM 
M^y of room to vAijf Dwm an^ obiter activitiea as v$mmig% 
Wre crowded dutng to stiauner season are now tf litt 




Ealing is often to hjg|)||ght of a late season hoiMi|it» A Itoi* 
ing campfiiT on a (^dwr^te fiUHfidM M ftrWTto tod and 
take to chili out of the afr. And to aroma « food staaUar^ « 
0pm fire till a orisp autmm 4sy will ^oi^rift avrt to lXm$ ol 



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IresUeait kmred tA tftt 
Wkm, Mn. R. a Owoi, 



# Ike PrfcieMi htm W«iitt'> CMi't aeSclnfMaieili arc flw pMt 
MrtMay pMty. SeaM (hft M r<^) Mrk. E. A. Ewdl, Mr*. J. Doagitt 
Mi. AnNcy N. HdoMa. Slairift«. Mn. Wallace Clark, Mn. 
•■< Mn. S. a T7B0k (Staff Photo ^ Pairtek) 



AT mm\k BlAOH MeH 

\^liGINU OBACH — Pw the leomd tteie to ju^ over a maith 
a bomB scare hu empUed out Vte^ala Bead) Ifl#i School. Wedim- 
day afternoon, slwrtiy after 2 PM. « unkiartjfied male caller told 
a d&k at the hi#) sdMd. "IImk's a bomb In ywa idwca. It's ^ 
to ^ ofl In fifteen mtmitM." 

A regular fire drill was-dcalled, 
and evtfyow left Uie buikUng f<Nr 
sIboQt thirty minatej. ^fMh Vir- 
ginia Beach Police and fire inspec- 
Uws searched the buUdii^. Nothir^ 
was found. A apd^snan for Vir- 
gioia ^ach W^ Sc^tool said he 
Om^ it WM a htm, but <Mnd 
the building on the diance thit ^ 
oall {»«ved to be true. 

On Septeniier 22 a stanQar hoax 
call was received at Virginia Bearh 
Hi^ School. On that occa»(xi also 
the buildtaig was envti«t. hat n<^ 
ing was fdimd. 

V<ajy tpiiiify, a wipect was ar^ 



rMted, and Ms case hM bew turn- 
ed over to tiie Grand Jiiry. Tte 
b(^, a Juvoiile and a student at 
Vi^nia Beach Hl^ School, can be 
tried as as> ai^, ba^use the bcm^ 
aciyk-e call is coraide^ a fdony, 
ic6ordi!ig to VbfgiidA Bead) H^ 
School otfid^. The Ri^)ect faces 
ttM poa^Uty of a fine, up to ten 
^aars iiii|ii1«N>nent, or both. 

A schod Mciai said he has 
soRw leads in W«faesday's bomb 
sMfft, hd dedimd to comment 

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PERSONAL 

Ift-. Mid Mrs. T. C McMahon 
\mvt retomrf to ttieir home in 
W««fleW. ^tew Yoric after a visit 
wMi m. «d Mn. cn«n Dill in 
tii^ fxmt m Hi^ Point Avenue. 

(Mwr recent vuitors to tne Dill's 
hont w«ts Mr. and Mrs. King 
(Hogger d Ridgefield Park, N. J. 
Ako Qd. «id Mn. Swrwood Kit2 
of R«i Umi, I^nnsylvflnia. Col, 
tiM vm fwmerly stationed at 
I!^»t Story W ymn ago, and this, 
his first visit b«* to the area 
gtiKe that time, annied Mm to sm 
so mud) proM'Ms «id beauty in 
die once anall town. 



/tenong the guests at the rec«it 
S(dm-Musi(A wedding m Loris, 
SoiMh CaroUoa w»e Mr. aad Mrs. 
Philip P. Purrington and their 
dat^ita-, Elizabeth Whittidcer Pur- 
rin^». Mrs. Purriagtoo is the 
bridegroom's siitiy. 






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Celebrates 40th Birthday 



■ \/«u:^INIA BEAOH-The Prin- 
een Amie Womm's Chi) of Vir^ 
gWa Bead) met reo»itIy at the 
Mie TKe Im wMh Mrs. Geqri^ 
L. AUkidge, {MreskleiA, [8«^Ung. 
Ifri. A. N. Holmes, musk: dbakt- 
man, presaged Qwrks Q^tr, 
(ttrvctor <d the Va. Beadt dvk 
Cbnvs iud musk^al dffectnr of 
GaUee OairGh, wiio sai^ "De- 
votka", by Eidiard ^aitt, "Ibe 
Lait Boiff'\ by Krame-. and 
odier adedtaSL He ms accom- 
by Mrs. AMrid^, at the 



Ifrl C L. HerAberger was in 



charge Hof the program, cddnttf- 
ing the 40th Birthday AnniversBry 
of tiw Princess Anne Woaki's 
CSd}, and honoring past presidents. 
Ob the tfieme of "Down the Iliver 
of lime", Mrs. Hershberger traced 
the hi^ry and acconqill^atienta 
oi the ckib during the past forty 
years. 

Priae viioning press books, {dK>- 
tnip'iqte, Md other mementos 
wore <« (Uaplay. 

Past Pr«ddents attendii^ and 
dieir yean <tf olfke were Mrs. A. 
E. Bwdi-192S-ia»: Mn. Wallace 
Clark - 19«2'1946; Mn. RusseD 



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NOiORS DUCKWORTH 



Ha«die(i-t94B-194e: Mrs. George 
MamoB— 1M6-1960: Mrs. R H. 
0weii-19O-196S; Mrs. Aubrey N. 
Hobnes-ttSS-UST; Mn. R. B. 
Tynes - 1997-1958. and Mn. J. 
Douglas WUson-lMS-lMS. 

Mn. JoKph B. Sader, 1st Vice 
President, completed the program 
by ihowing a film wfaidi covQ«d 
tile (^'s partidpMkm in apim- 
aorafaip ci former Bo^updwalk Eas- 
ter Parades and the Anticpae Siows 
at the Civic Center. 



In Florida 



fc. 'm t ftmHkm 



mnsmx, - lo recopitioQ of 
the linfc Mii ajye iaai y of th3 s^ 
ing el tbe Qpetitiitkm of the Untt- 
«d SNipMil^MBeriea Ae Sarah 
Ooag^ Qo^iar OAR entetaiaed 
a Inp .^^010. of. jModwi? md 
kHstaitofv'^bdsQib A ttt anoBti 
NatM Diisise tttner heM tai 
the OM^RiaJ Amib df m ik»- 

Mtfk ttibmh. PuUy. chaptor 



l|pfl.; !GeQrtB CkjrdoR RiWhie 
9i||. CMreMta d NirttaAai Tie- 
tmfi^^gi^ g Jafcebl prendatbM 
ofi^ jMniMSttf mtaliiDing tte 
apM^Aoil eteitltatioiial i»inci- 
iM^lllMt «Aidi this O0«i^y was 




lfr|. ^kd»eth Barman Wells, 
ptut Ngttt tf SanA Cos^nt 
Olfpte Mitiow aervhig as State 
uQira^MiKiiig seaKUffy, i*nro- 
d«ded the Itoo. W. Fred Duck 
«4rth. i^iMe a v«7desr out- 
Ute (f te baKtotund of m Qm- 
fltftirtkm. refenrini! reverentljr to 
Geoerd Do^as MacArthur, that 
pcitt delBQder of (he Cmstitution 
of 1^ tAftiBd ^i^«8-^iJir dT our 
Enrtdos. He isM oo oiie man ever 
f^ive more atteo&n to tbe Con- 
aitutton Ihu Gcnnal MacArAtr 



in his devdkm to dity. hcmor. 
country, t^ princ^les mm vbkh 

1» b^sed^ltfe and service to 
MKAiod. ^ 

Duckwdft presented tbe Consti- 
tsltkm u the fodhdd of demoott* 
cy and mir nMans d SurvhraL 

b «|)preclati<»i of his civtc lead- 
i^Mp^ Mrs- J. Edwani Jdinim 
Cbairman, presented to hkn tha 
GfM Qvk Award fhxn the Nation- 
id Society BAR, which has nd 
beol prevkiUdy iiveh in the Not- 
Mk ardi, 

''ifrs, Viviao L. Ott. chaim'oi Of 
^ifmtkm Musk;, bad arrai^ed a 
flae mu^ol pttHiram. in^lodii^ 
two aumbof renS^red 1iy Mrs. 
Ql^ |^9|ye. yt^eadist and instruc- 
^#y^i mbo was accprnpanied 
^ Ws; iSewior Porcef 

Amdlg the honored gu«!^s m 
tbe occnsiOT were Mn. Tliurman 
B. TOwlD, d Ridrnigad. Sta^e Co»- 
sttlx|tk»i Wedt diainium, and Mr. 
Tofwfll: Mrs. Harry A. Keitz, d 
NewDort News, Director of Djstrid 
I DAR: Robert B. Smith of^Jew- 
port News; Dr. Phillin Brewer, 
nationally known archivist, now 
serving with the General Douglas 
MacArthur Manorial FDundat)on; 
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Story ot 
CSiesap^ke and Sandbridge, ami 
Mr. and Mn. E. Kemp Dake ot 
Suffdk. 




Oeeife Uvf d VJrgUdd Beadi 
Is dtoBSiag listiny Acadmyi aa 
Iji i lMd B d, ca-edN atfsfcd , cd> 
k^ prepwatoiy lAad a( How. 
t$4»-QtB^im», Ftt. A lS(h grad- 
er, George h a member d tlie 
Acadoiy's.btfged student body 
—ITS boai^Bg mmI day studaiis 
Ib grades sevn Orwqtk twdve. 
He is tbe sen d Mr. aad Mrs. 
George H. Levy. S^ Ocmb 
Air*. 



Miss Leslie Mitcbdl Floning. 
90S Cardinal Road, was among 
535 women pledged to 15 sorori- 
ttes at the University of (^lorado. 
MiM Fleming was pkdged to M' 
{rfia Phi Sorority. 



Expert Salesmen 





MM m M plaea: Can^ avMi. 



•aledW. f. Caobe. P-fA 
aaU 177. flTBl: jid INpi 
adkf m. iM: 



<tsp^ Idl to right) Bffl Preston. 

Gr^nawalt. sdl US. dztt. (Lower) 
W. i. Bsris Jr., add IIS, fifth. 
(Boloe photo) 



When you give the United Way, 
you give hope. To the young and 
the aged, the sick and the 
troubled— of all faiths. Your gift 
may be an answer to a prayer. 

One gift works many w«mlers 

GIVE THE UNITED WAY 



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WHQDWA MgAO-ltet TiM^ C*iiaM«« for Mmm Gnmt^ 



Win te dMp of umm iMM a du^e of dacnr tor your home? 
i%e iriltite art hfghmh^'^to gi^ a Uttit n^. mowfaglng ttw Jto 
id more fri»^ g^-tog^m^ and partying in tfie hwn^. Ma^ new 
faAkin are (n the acrae— Iwrt Nm about the aeeitt'-y ymi provide 
M Qie Mttiag ftxr Oa p^Mi^pT Akeacfy the f^ve sei»i» is cn«p* 
big ta . . . ood ttie time ii mw to pr^ty up ymir home! 

imto <^V|t( Mi fUtmtf Al# b MSious to help 3rou witV your 
^ikm, U U a faiity imi m. Mnrti^ opmed laal*^va|itf)er, and )m 
a conplete d^oratinf<ocvdbntiag ^rvtce-^r^i, Ai^^ien, winAw 
ftadet, vta^l fk>ora>v«i!gs, ^pcovera. and twen friofM.! 

You B^r vM tti* atore at «M1 Vugu^ Baa^ Biwievard (acron 
th« higlmay from WiUis Wayside), or the '^oi«' wiB caqne to }*ou. 
Jtm hMM aar^et inchidet a pwaaoal vWt to yair hom« to coor<tt- 
nate whm is thei« wittt what U wanted, to m^sure, and to figure 
costa. A|id te opat may be finMcsd for my amount and for any 
pi^M al tion coovenient for you. 

BoM) M. A^^r Ae «Bitt*-mdL^]badp JteJu JaMWggt ant 
a^iartg to hlM( 3mi cr«ato tht aSact yw daslrc. And ^dioi ym 
are mdeelded, tt^ ^evs <rf e ap wl q ic e come to jraur aid. 

M. Kqilan !Ma had more ttum 1$ years e:q)erieMe ki the floorcova> 
ing bwtoess and has b«» associated witii weDknown firms in 
', Waridn^on. D. C, and all over Tfctewata" before opaiing his own 
^-ihop io tAe heart of Va^nia Beach. 

m^Hm it be (he m0n houae, one room, or finding just the right 
little wtx&A rii« to fUf out a bare spot, each cmtfiincr's i»t)bi«n Is 
i^vea pefseoid attaat^ML 

At the store ^w wttl find roUs and roDs ol Ae mo^ famous names 
bi ci^ctfaig mi the $aa^ books for special orders. The wdtt range 
<rf col«« and pirtt«ms and fibers are conplete. A» is tlM drap^ 
d^tartmori: wWdi abo tarries decorator window shades, b«lspr»ds, 
sUpcofWi, mi fri^eea. fht material is srid by the yard far ha«e' 
aewers or you niay have your draperies, sUp cwars and the like 
custom made. Tte-a we no ready-mades available. 

Time U a pHce for every poAetboe^-carpeting ranges from a 
mere 15.96 to more than 125 ... but you can alw) find "end of roU 
carpeting at }^ price for smafler rooms, bedroom, den» or any room. 

size reg. ... 

Maybe you viA to dia^ an attwjwd garage into a family room. 

or an uaaed ba*OQ«i (kids grownup and gdne away^ into a den or 

{^ate Wdaawjry. Via^ fUwreovra-inp are available fw ti»se as 

weU as for kitchei remodeling. Not for bathroams thougb-for that 

' vou can chooaaJlH wida rt0i of watorproat caifctins or auck plush 

baih tutiM. i " 

Interior deewatka need not iocMe a eompkte chang- of {umifeire. 
"Hie (iange cemee very lasily with ne* carpeting, dtapes and sl^ 
covers. A rpund or oval wool rag rug with new drapes and slipcover^ 
^ oolo^ motif <*uM change your modem looking room uito a wfter 
carly-American lo(A. tgly oW furaiture can be dressed \v "m*™ 
with brteht cdor carpeting and moderfrdesigned draperies and shp 
coven, md iaterestin^y shaped accent rugs hangliig ra the waD! THe 
possibilities ve Uoiitleic ... . 

Ai»d the diMt^Ni^eUa- is as wdcome at Tlialla Carept and arap^ 

*" »hcp 9« is Om mwre affhient who leaves ev«ythiiH| in the «^>^^ 
llfbdi at thoe «:perta. * ""^ 

'^~ T ^^ <^-ir* vA Qr^^iShop if near te Pembro^ Shoppim 
l)eBte- now uttfcc opostnictigp^ll. JSM" <*o« W» ^°^"'i"» *'^ 

stream of oiliilllM^MWb f< 
{^wi^lnatiif mrMf^Mt can olfer 



day voton msm fl« aNl «fiD 
1^ ^ te ^Ui to wimA a <^m- 
emor, U. Govatior, Mtomey 
Gtatttd, ^ate Saaatoraand m«n* 
b|rs oT tlM Ifowe of Delegatei. 

fU siicMa ballot «f the *dty 
d VIrfala B^Kh UaU the fottow- 



CaxU^rtea tor Govenor wc 
MiQs E. Godwin, it. (DemooriAh 
E. Ltawiod Ibdtoa (R^iMcaat; 
WiUam J. Story Jr. (Conaerva- 
tivah and Ge(M^ Uacotai ^a^- 
wdl (independent). 

Candldirtei tor U. Gowmo' are: 
PVed 6. PoOard (Denwcrat); \^ 
cent F. Callahan Jr. (RepiMi- 
ean); and Reid T. Putn^ (Cmi- 

sa^otivei. 




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are: Robert Y. Mtoa (DMfW- 
e^); 0. Dortch Wanim (Re- 
pubHcan); and John W. (^urtor 
(OoiaervaUve). 

Candidates for M ^^ Senate 
fram the 3rd SeaatHlal DIstrkt 
are WiUiam P. Kellam (Demo- 
crat); WUBam H. Hodgea (Demo- 
crat; WiBiam B. Spong Jr. (Dem- 
ocrat); Ekfear S. EverhMt (Ra- 
^4)lk^ui); Pnd C. lYt^nm Jr. 
(Conservative); ami Geot^ R. 
Walker dndependeiitU . 

EdwaH T. Catoa Hi (Datio- 
wat) awl P. B; \^te ((DemocrM) 
are unoBposd as jcmdidatos f«r 
seats in tiie Itouaa of Del^ates 
Irom the WCa UgisIaUve Witrict. 



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M. Ka^ (left) l»^ one el Ws ngalar cwtomrai. Mr* WIIbob D. 
Key. in the selaetla« ef what Is fcest Isr her home. 



BOm Wia BE DISCUSSED 



BICHI^^ — The n^ (rf sec- 
<mdary roads ia tl« piAlk s grow- 
ling ii^rest in outdoor recrration 
will be dacussed by a panel at 
the 19th annual Virginia Highway 
Conference at Lesttogton next 
wedc. 

It win be wie <rf four panel ses- 
sions scheduled for the confer- 
ence, wWc* abo wm inciUde ad- 
&«sses by Governor Aibertis S 
garrison, Jr., and Rex M. Whit- 
ton, fflieral highly admimilra- 

George R. Long, executive Oirec 

tor of the League of Virginia 

Com^iip, win be nwto-ator for 

the panel discusaon tm "Outdoor 

^ RecreallBB and Secondary Roads." 

Pnd aaptov will onclude 
Bidjard E. Elliott, recreaH')n staif- 
man far G«ic«» Washington Na- 





MEET CANHDATES 



Democrat Oub of Vir^nia Beach 
«ffl be h^ <hto tns^, October 
2lltfa, at •:« pjn-. *» Ihe.C^pe 
Htory Orib of the Americana Mo- 
tor liidfe. ' 
^ Ak(»#« to Preedent Rk^ud 
Ahodom ttie gdeata wffl be the 
' thr«e Dawwaac Bominees for the 
»ato Senate rti»B«tiag the ,3rd 
Sai^W ISiabict^ BB Ho4fa. 

aMBal^Mi. 



tkjnal For«st; Etoert Cox. regional 
director for the National Park 
Service; Ben H. Bolen, Virg'was 
CwnmisMO^ of Paxks; .Toseph 
G. Hsanridc director of the gov- 
ernor's Division of IndusUisl De- 
vetopment, and A. K. Hunsherger, 
director of ragineering lor the 
State Highway Department. 

The twiHiav conference, spoa- 
sored bv ti» Hi«*wav Deoartment 
and Virginia Ifilitory Instiliite, with 
asrirtance frwn severe* other 
'ag««ae8. Is exoected tob draw 
more than m owaons who are 
engaged in all phases of nigflway 
design and omtructo). 

It wffl get under way at 9 a.m.. 
Thursday, 6dober 28. Amon:* the 
speskers for the ooemng session 
win be Govanor Hwrtson, Whit- 
ton and State Senator FitzGerald 
Bend» (tf fUdunonl. 

Bemiss is c^irman <rf the Vir- 
(dnirf Outdo* Reowation 5»adv 
Cnmmisskm. His address, alana 
with flse iiecaidarv road oand and 
much of the rest of the conference, 
war reflect the. growing interest 
in *Htt use o( hi^fways itx {deasire 
driTOig. 

QBigr panel aeoioiH st^ieduted 
t0t^ coirferemse wffl d«ii with 
(^Mictini m^ laMscape. oHTan 
traffic proUema, aai the design 
fi hifdiW* for salaty, e<»«»nv, 
recreatim and aabmi bemstv, wHh 
file hlter to h^ coodoeted by Con- 
ji^tkufs l^»V cMKnlffirtooo'. 
Hofmsd S. Ivea. 



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'(Fpr the iermof fwo yearr 
second vi^^^^da^yiJanuar 
in9 upon im con»hii%Tn Jar 
regular selfon^T the lenera! 

ri wft^pp. Keuf 

tl V/iLI^IAM r,. ir^v>u. 

r] PAUlCTROTMAr 
rfj GEORGH R. WALKER 

^ For Hoo«» of Dc 

55tfi Uahl 

(Vote for Ho V^ 

fn EDWARD T. CATON, 
P. B. WHiTi 




Vmoima Beach Su 



VIRGINIA BHACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 20, 196 



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VA.BEACH 
PRECINCTS 



Wgteia Beach No. 1-Fire ^- 
tioa. 

Vbflnia Beach No. I - Virginia 
Beach Hi|^ Sdiool. 

Cape Henry-«rth Street (North 
Virginia Beach). As a convenience 
[Mrovisions are being made that 
North Virginia Bead) voter.) will 
Mta at tha usuaL locatifl n (R «»- 
search k Enli^tenment TiOt, 87th 
k Atlantic Avenue, but on the 
tTwrni level. This avoids the con- 
dition in past of voting Polls tieing 
located in the buildug, necessi- 
teting climbing of stapa. 

Linidiom— Unkhom Sdiool. 
Ck^ana— Fire Hoiise— Oceana. 
Seatack— Fire House-Spafack. 
Little Neck-Kina's Gnnt School. 
Mal'lM— Plaza— MalilMi School. 
London Bridge— Ftre House — 

London Bridge. 
Great Neck — Jdm D«v SchPo.'. 
Bayskle No. 2 - Chesapeake 

Be«A Fire Houae. 

Bavdde No. lA - Thorou|?igood 
School. 
Bayskk Pto. IB— SheMmi School 

Bavside No. IC-Baj^de EUc- 
moiti^ Sdiool 

Arafona 
School 



Medal Awarded * 




An^itt Elementary 



LiniJS CREKK-ltear Admiral F«* W. V«m^. CmmmO^ A mjiM^ 

tottTp^eni. Comm^der A».h*w J. Mm^ ^tf^J^ t^^J^ltet. ttT 
TT\.^^i_ a»4»«'«ii. nMMWeu ffkk CommaBdM Masiiaw, antmy asrvttg as me 

Saittrday, October ». 



0avl» CofBfT Davis Conw 
Fire ItouM. 

Woedatock-WooditodE School. 

Kem^Qle— KampsvOle Conunch 
1^ House. 

•RiaUa - tliaUa Slementary 

lohid: 
firiaceaa Anne C.H.-Coart Hanse 

— priacesi Msm. 




DEIITI8TST0_ 
ME|T FRIDAY 

VlBGiNU iEACff - Wlix- 
temtil annual fall meeting of the 
^^giIaa Tidewater Dental Asso- 
d^ion win be heW at the CavaUer 
Hotd. Virginia B«ch. on Friday, 
Octdbir SB. 

7||^ Di deiiiite fcon the Tide- 
mim- •laa'aBo expected .to att^ 





C^f ShoMBarlBer awp, ^ 
Pliasant Ridge. 

Creeds— IHre House A Cree<te. 
Washwoods. 

backwater— Fire House-Bladc- 
wrter. 





PROCLAMATION 



VETERANS DAt 

Americai» have fought two WotU Wan mi qoany battles to ^eue 
d freedom and in the hope of achieving that great ideid of Peace 
00 Earth. 

Maqy of these Amerieaas are ^ve today to carry on the hopes, but 
fliere are naaiqr who paid the 8i4B«iae sacrifice. 

Novemh^ eleventh has been set atide as a legal holiday so that 
we m^ ptuiae and pay trfiute to these AR]«ricai» who gave so much 
to saf^^rd our Ifixsiy. . ^ 

As l^tyor, I urge aD cttizens of the Commonwealth to join «itb me 
In raamiimag our vetowis oo this V^sana Day, Novembe- 11. 19K. 

fliANK A. pUSCH, Mayor 



Bank 
Diiubles Hours 

NORFOLK -. Seaboard CitizenB 
Natitmal Bahk, in a sini^e RMsve 
unprecedented ' in the "ndewater 
Area, has almost doubled its pub- 
lic bankh^ hdurs and at ttie same 
time cflimnenced Monday nignt 
banking, aoording to a state- 
ment bv its Preskient, J. Ho^ 
Tyler ML 

•Hie bank's Auto Drivenip wto- 
dows win op^ for business at 
t:30 a.m. and rematat in cnmtfnu- 
(Nis (^Mratkni each wedsday until 
6:00 D.m. The mapiwity d Sea- 
board's driven window nours 
have been hirflwr extended oa fn- 
davs bv opedhg at 8:90 a.m. and 
remaining op^ untO 8:00 p.m. 
Normal w^Wav lobby hours d 
9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. will contin- 
ue in effed, but Friday evenin? 
TcWjv hours have been chansxi 
bv «xteading>the normal ^oSinP 
time to 8:00 p.m. fai the siKmpiae 
eee^ areas wh«re Seaboard's ot- 
fic^ are located. 

At the bank's Janaf Branch, lo- 
cated jn file 7anaf Sibopin*! Cen 
ter, the Tkkwatwoublic will have 
thfir first oiwnrtunlty to exoe- 
riencA reiser M«^v night bank- 
tag. Tvler amxHmced soedd addt- 
ti<mal fltoqday hours d 8:3p a.m. 
to 8:00 p.m. at JanftTs drivwip 
windows with tibe IdH^y re-<K>en- 
tag at 4:00 n.m. and remdhuig 
ooen until 8:00 p.m. effective to- 
day Seaboard fe the wily TMew^a- 
ter 3aak oftarln^ flie cwventence 
d bn0i ifonday and Friday ngbt 
banking. 

Tvier stated that "the ded«i<« 
to desart from tradftlond baff^g 
tours was heoeasary lii mdo- tor 
Sed)oard to confoin with what 
we feel are the current needs d 
our cuitonCTs." 

Seaboaid Citlaens is Tldhrater'a 
oldest bask aod reported total re- 
soivcea hi excess of $Ut ndlUoi 
4fS«s Ux Ibe (puata* aiding S^ 
teller 90. ^ 



preside. t ,.i«jT^y-t -.=■--. 

SdenUBc pH)ers i^ be pre- 
lei^ted by two deans d dentd 
sg^^li. Dr! Jnsp** F. Vdk*!r, fni^ 
raar dein of Tufts Univ5r<5'tv. 
Schod of Dedal Medidne etid tH- 
nctor d Researdi at «it Uijiver- 
iitv d y^'abama, will soeak on 
,"The Medicd Center and the ren- 
tal Prdession." Dr. John J. Sd- 
lev. dean d the ScNwl d Dentis- 
try. Udvercitv d Marvlsnl. ^-U 
m>eak on "Ord Manifedatiims of 
Svjstemic Dwmsm.'* 

On FrWav evening a cock^dl 
partv and dinper dsnce win be 
held for the A>dors and their 
wives. 

Promoted 




NORFOUC — At Mparate med- 
togs the sharehdders d Merch- 
ante National Etenk and Bank ol 
Phoebus to Hami^on. Virginia, and 
Virginia NaUond Bank here have 
voted ov«rwbelndn^ for a plan 
t^, merge theic three institutions. 

Wt adlon fdiowed by two 
months the iritid apw)val vo»d 
hf the boards d •lirec'.'^iis ot file 
three basks in mU-Au^tst. 

^'expected 
dnrtiy. At thd Haia 'umm a«ldi- 
titpial dflctt ta tte peirinsula G!»n- 
mffidy wffl )»io$ to sixty-two the 
"b^ pwibtf d offices ooerated 
by \^rgida Nrtioiial Bank tn 
tvwjty^Jine dties and .towns 
tta^j^ghout tte C^nononweDitn. 

Present plans call for the crea- 
tM» d a VNB H«nDton Board to 
ov«rsee locd oowattoos. 

The mergw actifcn maiks a step 
toward further unifviiu? the eco- 
nomic fatereds of tfie communities 
\^idj dther rin« Haihoton Roads 
Hartwr or are sttuated on tr«)u- 
teries flowtag iato it. Virginia Na- 
tond now serves Norfolk, Chesa- 
peake. Virglma peach, Sdfolk, 
and Franklm ta Smitheadem Vir' 

ginia. 

A? previousiv iani»un6«l Lu- 
cien H. von SchaHng. president of 
Mtfcbanfei National Bank and H. 
D. Wilson. «iio heads Bank of 
Phoebus, will become senior vice 
presidents |bf Virginia NaUonai 
and von Schilling will bocwne a 
member d VNR's Board of Dlrec- 

ttffs. 

Foic Merchants National with 
di^teep thousand shares of stock, 
oar twMity-five dollars '$25.00\, 
outstanding as of last year.€nd the 
exchange rf Uo wffl be fewr shares 
d Virginia Nationd, par five fol- 



1IIERGE8 

lars f^.OO) for eadi share if 
Merchants National. 

In the case d the Bank d Phb*- 
bus the ratio wffl be two and 
one quarter diarea d VT® Jrtiock 
for eadi Airt «l Bttk d Fhoa. 
bus whk* had Um thousand diai*^ 
d par. ten doBar ^W^*^ "^"^ 
as d DeecB^er 11, m- ^ j. 

Based on datemesto oublish^ 
OB^M^ 3^ 1«6. laerchaaj 

mmm v«Wa mmmA 009. 

totd resoiffoes d $tMMBMk 
WH«« cnmb'ned V5r«»Ht«a Na^^ 
will pass the half-Utton doU« 
mark ta total reewirees. As jt 
June 30th VNB held the poalNB 
d ninetv-eiditti ta ite axnf^tf 
more ttian 13.000 (Hnunerdd HanH 
ta the United States. 

R. Ood^ Moore is di^mm # 
the boatd and W. Wridit nsrri^ 

rre«ida>t of >nrgida nmkm§ 

Bank. 






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Edwin K. McCaffrey of 462 Bar- 
Ite Ave. has been pnnnotfcd to 
CmnraaBder in die cmnmisrioncd 
eorpa d the Envkmunenta^ Sci- 
enee Services Administration. 
^Ilie aBB0UK«nent was made by 
die C9$at Md Geodc^k; Survey 
wiOi wkkh McCaffrey is servttig. 
He and hh wife Cmstaoce have 
fear cUMMb. 



CoDimunity Day 



VnUHNlA BEACH— "The annual 
and wf^ldwide d»ervance ot World 
Cmmnnity D6y will be held at 
the Good Shepherd Ltrtheran 
Ojurch <m Fridtay at 11:10 a.m. 

Hie i^&ker, Preston Blake, Jr., 
will focus on the Uipted NatkiQ^ 
as a part d the theme, "Laity's 
Mis^m ta WdB Affai:^." 

A sandwidi tancheon will be 
served. 



VBHS CHOSEN 

WASHINGTON, D.C.-The im 
National Cherry Blossoni festival 
Committee has announced that the 
Virginia Beach High Sdwol Band, 
Virginia Beach. Va., has t)een 
tavited to march ta the 54th an- 
nual Parade of Princesses ta ffie 
Nation's Capital on Saturday, Awil 
16. Ttie Band, directed by W 
Dde G. Browder, was one ol the 
53 selected from over 100 appli- 
cants for the honor of marchtag 
ta this famous rturade. All tifty 
states and three territoies are 
represented ta this commemora- 
tive sdde to Spring and to con- 
tinutag fri«idly rdatkwa bptween 
the Umted Kates and Ja^. 

In additkm to the Paraitj of 
Princesses, the Nattond Clmri^' 
Bl<»s<Kn ^stival will feature pala 
faditan dwws, glittertag receptions 
and paints, a^Ifigh School Band 
CoQted. ibe Natlmd Int«%dle- 
giate I^ Team OianpinMh^. 
a MoooHght Cruiae Dance open to 
an Parade pK^i^wnts and many 
(tfm* sparidliv e««Dts to del^ 
aDages. 

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ACROSS THE STATE - ^ 
school s«ik>rs and gradual had^ 
ody until ^imetef Mk triit|# 
for the Navy's Reserye <W**g 
TVaidng Cram Andicants wH 
talK the natknwide c(«ip^iti«a 
examinatkin on December lltkji 
tl« first step Ipward an. -^PP^ 
mrat as Midshtamaa. \% 

Designed to suuoderoei^ UM ]tff 
fic« outiwt d theNavd Aeiul 
any, the NROTC Program 
it possible for a youn« 
earn a regdar commlsdiM 
studvtag at one of the 58 g. _^.. 
cdlegef; . which has an NRQQEI 
unit. All tuition, fees asd bedHi 
are furnished by tiie Navr. 'U$ 
the stodent receives a aib^ste g 
allowance of $50.00 par WB ^i3f 
not more than four years. l ^|Etp 
rtH» summers tiNy||^Jit ^mft$ 
interesting tra|^ cry^^^ 
msnv oarts olW *»''*' ¥j9 
coraplettag a l# year caqp 
wwrse, he is cattbiMioned 
R?'gular Navy or Marine 

and goes m active dutv as a*: 

reer dficer ta the Naval Sft«f|aJ. 
He receives the san» iwromotSBjII 
oTWM)rt'inities, dutv aratovbaHi 
ard bceflts a& Navd Acadjjf 

Hidi »JXK>1 9ed(^ and naa- 
uates ii#> will be at lead l?Hm 
not 21 vMrs d aee OB 30 Jpaa 
1966 mav aiwly for Ae N*^ 
College Aptitode T^t. llioae wi» 
make a oaaUfdng scwv will ba 
given a dioroyi^ f^ig^xi exam- 
taation ta Janovy ifld F<>bru«qr 
1906 Tma tiie ««%» df (l^ 
fied voin^ mm reniMNt in con>> 
neHika, vaproidnddy 1.MP wtt 
be selected to b^ thdr >a«i| 
careers ta cdk^ next SeptenMl 

AppUcrten fomu oa avaifaAli 
at locd M^ KAodi, and 1M$ 
Reerdttig ftattoai or frtm tlw 
Chid d Nml BvndHi P*9^ 
meat d the lUnrju WaMagMi 
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PHONE 4a«4»fl 



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VIRGINU BEACH. VIRGINIA 
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BEECH GROVE 
METHODIST CHURCH 

MncfM Ann* 
Ray R. JaekMB, Puter 

1 ;00 •.»!. — Church School 
ll:l6»ja. — Morning Worship 




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IWTtf T. WWTY CO. 

m naWBIBIAL^PABK toAD 
VnUaNU BBACn. VttGlNU 2MB1 
AIX TYPES WSUDING 
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ERANCIS ASBURY 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Graai Neck Road 
LaRay DavU, KfiM«t«r 

i):45a.iii. — Church School 
, 1 1 idO «.». — Morning Wor^p 



►Sf^RlRCM 

4df. Fkil Colonial Road 



Ra«. H. 

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Carry, Pai ly 

-Homing WbSBIp^ 

f:4S».m. — Church School 
1 1 ;00 Mi. — Morning Woi^^ 
t:SOp.m.^ Youth Fellow^p 



MiMORlAL 
IT CHURCH 



HAYGOOP 
METHOOTS 

4713 Havgood Rosd 
Rahcit P. Bryan. Paator 

9:4fia.rj.-M::hurch School 
11 :00 r m. — Morning Worahip 

HAYGOOO METHODIST 
CHURCH ^ 

8149 Baj^ort Road 
8:80ft.Bi., 9:4Sa.ra. and 11 
a.m. — Worship S«rv\cea 
9:45 am.— Church School 
aU •!« groupa 
ll.-OOaAi. — Second aeasion of 
Church Scho«l for chUdraa 
up through 7^ grade *nd 
adulu. 
7:00 p.m. — Methodist Youth 
Fellowship foi young people 
7th, 8th and »th grades in 
Junior High Group and 10th 
grade up for Senior Group. 
Frnndr welcomed. 



5^^ di^, oiffSttds 
\^ U ■w^Uoftrds! There 
aH to^masxf ttdage to ttilak 
^bout, at work, «t ichocd &t al 
bome. S^roi our l«iaur« boun 
often require a tot of nttntal 
aedipidtar . . .and peice of Rilfid 
seems very far aw^. 

Yet peace of mind is pondbla 
for 08 iu. when w« torn to God 
for relief from the tenfllons of 
modern Uvlng. He ii fi^ 
aware of all our problems and 
difficulties, and He is ah^raya 
ready to lead us to a greater 



MM^i^of 
ever known. 

That to iHiy, whtn we ti^ 
a little tlini from our iMsy Ihtt 
to attend church, we leaveifeet^ 
Inf refre^ied «id a^naiQ^ 
Ined. WehaireahiradinffiB 
divbie 1^ of peace. 

TUi Smte, God's can tO;^i 
new and ctftafai way of meet- 
inf the pretaares of Uf e to b 
personal call ... for yoa. 



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, KNOTTS ISLAND- . 

IIETHODIST CHURCH ^ 

Knotte Island, N.C. 
R^art C. Black. Miaittar 

1.9:(Ji0a.iD.— Sunday School 
ll.-O0a.iii. — Worship Service 

BAYLAKE METHODIST 
CHURCH -- 

Sh«r« Dr. at Trepsura IsUnd 

Drive in Bayside 
Rayaooad E. Musser, Miaittar 
8:30 & 11:00 a.m.— Worship 

Service 
9:46 a.m. — Sunday School 



CHARITY METHODIST 

CHURCH 

Baek Bay, Virginia 

LeaU* E. Graca, hninUtar 

10 :00 ut-^hurch School 

1 1 :00 tUOL, — ^Morning Wo^li^ 

SALEM METHODIST 
CHURCH 

PrinMM.Anae, Viqpiiia 
Eaaery S. Eltaiora, Miaiatar 

10 :00 a.ai.— Jloming Worship 
ll:O0a.m, — Church School 
7:80p.nx. — Youth Fellpwship 

COMMUNITY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Acredale — Kempsville . 

Rav. Jaka L. KiUar, it. 

9:45 ftJB. — Cluirch School 

ll:00aja. — Morning WorsMp 

7:S0p.m. — Ywith Fellowsh^ 

LYNNHAVEN MEtHODlST 
CHURCH 

Utile Neck Boad 
Rav. (tecar V. Rodrigaas 

10 :09 a.m. — Church School 
ll:00a..m — ^Morning Worshif 




7:80p.iii.— I^^Bg l^tfviee 
PaUk la hivlUd. 

ST. AtbAN*S 

IVISOQPAL CHURCH 

Xln|*t Gnuit Road 

A £dlnbw« Jkirm 

Phone HMfSO / 

. Ra«. L. J. T^ie», Jr., -Vlear 

10:00 a.m.— Bi^ Cosuiuioa 

(fiirt Md OOi^ Sandaytl , 

M<ffBing Frayer, Sad and 4ta 

Sandajrs 
Chordi School (e<»e«rr«kt 
wMi Mrvlcea) 

ST. NICHOLAS 
CATHOLIC CHUMm 

^44 ittle Neck Rd. 

^ S^ana 340-7Ma. ^ 

Rav. TkeaMS M. SaaaaiM* 

Sunday ILuaaa — 8:16. 9:30. 
19:46, and 12 Noon In the 
Chofch; 11:00 in Princeaa 
Theatre, 3177 Virginia Beach 
Blvd. 

Confeaaians-^Saturday 4-5 p.m. 
and 7-8 p.m. 

MOUNT OUVB 
^ i^UrriST CHUR€^b-» 
12 Wakim Chaaa, Pa««e» 

9:80 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Homing Worship 
7:80 pJB. — Evening Worfhip 

CARI^W 
BAPTISTOiUl 
, Bar. Gary B. TliMii . 

- 9 :46 a.m. — Sunday School 
11^00 a.nL—W<»^ib Sartiea 
5:48 .m. — Vesper Servtoa 
9:80 p.na. — Training Union 
7:80j»jn.^ — EvangeUatic 
, Service 



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PHONE 4ia-i78a 



mmm DRUG CO.^ Ifie. 

pffi^ - Rffkkait Prti^fk^ SM^faa 

Pkawa 3404111 Jif4 Va. Beadi Blvd. 

FREE DELIVERY 



OCEANA cub MARKET 

^GINIA BEACH BLVD. Mt OCEAMA 

Country Cured BS^n, Hama A SholMari 

Freah Fraita, Vtgetablae, 

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KALA CHURCH OF OiBiST 

Creeds, Virginia Beach, Va. 
W. T. Waavar. Mialilar 
10:00 a.m.— Bible School 
ll:99ajBi.— Mogiuaa Voz^ip 
6:46;p.m— You^ P rogr to 
7:30p^^ — Evening Worship 

CHURCH OF CHRIST ' 

1460 Va. Bea6h Blv4 Oceana 

Roy N. WiUaa. MiafiiWr 
lO.'OOa.m.— Bible &t«^ 
11 :00 a.m. — Moratof WonUp 
' 7 :60 p.m. — Evening Wo|nriM|> 

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST 
^ SCIENTIST 

209 - 20th Street 

9:30 aJm.-Sindi^ SdxMi 

11 :U0 am.— CInunJi .gervka 

8 :00 p JB.— Wedneaw---..--: ^. ^ 
Service 



W. A. WOOD. Inc. 

, Caaaaiiasiaa Agesl 

on A RafliMnS C«» 
FmI Oil and XeroaeaiT • 
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LeKIES METHODIST 
CHURCH 

6660 Vizf^nia Beach Blvd. 
Rav. C. Katea Grav 
8:30 a.m. — Early Worship 
Service 
9:46 a.m. — Church School 
ll:00aji^. — ^Lata WonAip 
Service 
6:00i>jn. — Youth vFellowship 

bethelToe^Bdist 

CHUROI 

Princeai JiniM 
Ray R. Jaa ha a a. Paator 

10:00 a.m.— Mopiii« Wonhip 
1 1 :00 a.m- — Church School 



<^ t Kd2? + ^d2? + tiy 

11:00 a.m.— Holy Conununkm and 

Serawn (Fir^ Suaday) 
11:00 ajn.— M(Nming Prayo* and 

Sermoo (ted. 3rd. and 4th Suo- 

daj^) 

9:# am.— Church Sdiool (S^ 
tcmbtf-Jime) (Nure«7 Hawiff^ 

Adutta) 
19:09 am-Wedc Day-Boly Com- 
,niuok»i 
10:36 ajn.—'hiuradays— Laying w 

of fimdi 



OLD DONATION 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

449 Witch Duck Boad. B»r.ade 
8 :00 a.m.> -Holy Communion 
(Except during rector'a va- 
cation) ^ 

10:00 am.— Morning Prayer 
and Sermon (Holy Copi- 
monion on first Sunday of 
each month.) 



PLAZA METHODIST 
CHURCH 

208 Plaxa Tratt 
Harbart G. Habba, Paaler 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Wonhip &Mrfiea, 
7.'00pjM.— -Youth F%lfaj»««2dp 

Now MeetiM In Louise 

Luxford Eleiheatarf School 

N., C. CUftea. Paator 

9 :46 a.ra. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.ni.— -Morning Worship 
6 :30 p.m. — Training . Union 
7 :30 pm. — Evening Worship 
7:30 p.m. — Wed. Prayer 
Meeting 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

35th St. at HoUy Jld. 
u, H. WadaU Waters, flaator 

*^9:30 am.— Sunday Sdiool 
1 1 :00 a.m.- -Morning Worship 
6:15 p.m. — Training Union 
7 :80 p.m.— Evening Service 
Evening Serviba 30 min. later 
May 15 -Sept. 16. 

NIMSK» METHODIST 
CHURCH 

PrincMW Anne, Virginia 
Emory S. EHnore, Miniatar 
i0:16'a.m. — Church School 
ll:15a.nL<*-lfoming Worship 

GALILEE EPISCOPAL ) 
. CHURCH 

40*h A ^if {^ _— ^ 4 2«.^?;7S 
tie Bar. UMid BetkB^, Badw 
ty Rcfv^ Ibeae B. 



8.'09iuft.-^oly Coi9»tt^a 



Paai R. Aldricb. Paator 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
10:46ajiL^-Mormng WonUp 




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n^DQUARtERS FOB ^^ 

BIKING; boWBOT, MAJORETnT 

AND iUX WEA1SEE TYl^ BOOTS 

Araaoaa Shopplag Caatw 

•040 Virfltala Baaca Mvd.^ 4BZ.0SSB 



TEMPLE EMANUEL 

25th and Baltic. Va. Beach 
Philip Piacaa. Rabbi 

7:S0a.m.— Servi^aa Mon.-Fn. 
8:16 p.m.— Friday-Sabbath 

Servicea ^ 

10^ Wiu— Saturday Sabba»i 

Servke 
8:00 a.m. — Services Sunday 

BMAl^tUAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH "" 

Lynn Shores Drive i^ Va. Bch. 
lUwUtb A. Prica, Paator 

9:l0a.aB. — Sunday Charch 
School 
10:S0aJn.— nWon^ Service 

«:i9F.ai.^ua!7^ Leflgua 



ERAN 



PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

9:80 a.m. — Chureh Sphool 
Roamnont Road A Plaxa Thul 
WmIs J. MlUar. Mbaialar 

9 :46 a A. — Snadtt tfchool 
iyMa.m. — Church Servico 



EMiiANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

288 Bowman Road 
ttov. d^rlaa R. McGiaky. 

8 :00 a-m. — ^Holy Coeamuaion 
10 :00 A.p. — Holy ComBBonien 

(Ist A Srd Sunday) 
10:00 a.ia.— Morning Prayer 

(2nd A 4th Sunday) 
Church School follows ' the 
10:00 a-m. Service. 
Nursery service is available. 

kAStERN SHORE CHAPEL 

(^itci^al) 

i. Sida^ Saadara, Ractar 

8;^a#ci^oIy Communion 

9:00i.ii.<^amily Service 

and H«ii)ng Prayer 

. (Srd JEHBiday , Holy Com- 

munioB) . 

ll:00ajn. — ^Moriiing Ptayer, 
sermon (1st Sunday Ho^ 
Communh>n) 

STAR OF THE SEA 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

14th St. A Arctic Circle 
Rav. Fraa^a V. HivBbriek 

MASSES 
Winterr-8:00, 9:30, 11:00, 

12:15 
Summer — (June l-Lab,or Day) 

7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 

11:00, 12:00 
Holy Day»— 6:00, 7:00, 9:00 

and 6:30 p.m. 
Waakday, winter — 6:30, 8:46 

bluuBer, 8:45 a.m. only 
Cotifeasions — 4:00 to S:00lwd 

7:00 to 8:00 p,m. Saturday 




ST. MATTHEWS 
CATHOLIC tmURCH 

lOlp Stodia Lane, Va. Baach 
Fatba^ 0Har4. Father FiaAi^ 

Summer Masses— 7:30, 9:00, 

10:30 and 12:00 
Conf^ion each Saturday 4:00 

to 5:00 and 7:00 to 8:00 



OCEANA 

OF The Mi— I — -^^ — 

S. Coin Qoaai s4. OceaiU 



£obW. Taylor 

^, -Workup 
ii,-..-<€hu»ch School 
.Word^ « 

_^- - 1»ovHed) 
I |nu->-Lnther Leagao 

BaylalM Finea, Bayside 
Kanaalh R^CarbU^ Paator 

4:1$ ajiir-Wiarahip Service 

9:« ^-C^ittnch SdMol 

U:iiaj^-^ff9rsbip ^nyicc 

(Nlinwy provided) 

PiUNCE OF PBACE 
LUTHIRAN CHUROl 

(Ifuaouri %nod) 
424 Sia^ Gx&t Road 
Rav. ^ E^MT MaArr. Paator 
BcOOfLU. — ^Divine Worahb> 
9:15 a.tt. — Sunday ScIuku 
aad mie X^lasa. 
10:30aJ%r-^vine Worship 
Holy 6<aWh<inion — Irt and 3rd 
^ttnday. 

KINGS GRiJiT 
PRESpYTERlAN CHURCH 

tw inee^BC ii^ ^^ King^s 
nt OwBieptary 8g|^oI) 
RayaHMid G. FHltaa. Pastor 
9:&9aJtt.<?-SundiMr Sdwol 
llH|Oa.A.— Mcmiing Worahip 

BXYilDE PRESBYTERIAN 
■ e CMUROi 

Near Rcrfibiu Comer 
.Rev. J..E. JobMoa, PaatM- 

9:45 a.m. — Senday Sdiool 
-U :dO am-^-Monuag Wonhv 

THALIA TRINITY 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURC^ 

Now pMtettng in the Thaua 

Elementary School 
lr«mt RJ Stabba. Miautar 
9:tfs.ai.— Morning Worship 
10:4Sajaii. — Church Sdiool 

•OW CR^ 



LYNNHAVEN 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

LynnhavMi ViUage 
Rav. Mariea R. Webb, Jr. 
9:^ajn. — Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning W(Mrri# 
6:30 p.m. — ^Youth Fellow^p 
6:S0 p.m. — Pionewr Fellowship 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Worship 

CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 Arafoaa Boaleyard 
M. Blaad D«4I^. Maiatar 

8:3eajn. — Wonhip A Chnrdi 

School 
9:30 a.m.— Worahip A Church 

School 
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Vtapnia Beach Boulevard 

mai Lane — Oeeami 
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October 28-30 

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AT THE END OF THE 
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« Jtm. t'M 4:00 
ChldtfB SOc r- Adults 80c 

SUN. MON. TUES. 
Oct. 31 - Nov. 1-2 




ALLOWANCE 
INCREASED 



^iMlents attending achxA wd& 
the Federal War Oi^uutt Ekhica- 
tk»nd Asrii^ance Prc^am will re> 
ceive a welcome IncreaM in their 
monthly allowance as a reailt of 
a new law appnwed on Se|A«»* 
ber 3D. 

T!ie recently enacted legislation 
also libtftfizM basic elitubility re- 
quir«nent8 which will enabte 
many children prevkiusly doded 
to now participate fai the educa- 
tion program. 

PAUc Law »ta pn)vides for 
an increase in monUily training al 
kwance fiwn $1U).00 to $130.00 a 
month for full-time pursuit of a 
course. TTie increasM for l^s than 
full-time' idMoUni! are as follows; 

Tliree^piarter time— From $80.00 
to $B5.00. 

On&4ialf tbne— Fit»n ^00 to 
$60.00. 

r<Miwralivtt Crair^m .*. 
$80.00 to $105.00. 

Under the proviskHM d the bill, 
students pursuing special restora- 
tive training are entitkd to the 
basic traimnj? allowance of $130.00 
per month. In these casM. tf ti<e 
tultwn and fees exceed $41.00 per 
month, the training dlowance msy 
be tacreaaed 1^ tte MTMU^ of tba 
exc^s. However, the maximum 
training time permitted wUl be re- 
duced one dav f«p each $4.25 ppid 
in excess of tiie $130.00. 

Another maior change was the 
dmdnatbn <rf the "p«*f<Hrmance 
d active duty" reouironent as to 
cause of death. Unt'l now, in order 
for a child to aualifv, it was nec«- 
sprv to show that the *ath or dls- 
iJsilitv was directly incident to the 
actual performance of d'«ty. Manv 
aoolicntions were denied on tiie 
baMs that even Uiough death w»s 
in "ne of dutv, it wa« not ttie prox- 
Ijr-/* result of perfwming Aitv. 
The n^'w law remove* ttds restric- 
tion "tid all that \% now reqitlred 
is t^nt t-^tal disabil^ or death 
wp^ in lii» of di'tv. 

We are ad''?sed that there wUl 
be no aut'watic review of lare- 
vimiwlv i«al°6 cases and tirat it 
will be incumb-nt unon the child, 
oare^t or euar*an to request re- 
consideraticHi under the sew nrovi- 



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la thh sceae Irem Wedgewood immer Theatre's fteMElMi oP 
UNDER THE YUM-YUM TREE. Pwl Iddings has Us ai*t f§«eAi 
py Twl JiMHPHraV m UMUt to ne wsaea oui ui a juhbj^ "^W "| 
apartmeat This la ealy one al the iiimqf *■»• A sU^I^ *•••<»«* 
SanAra McClia^ Mu m. ^" r - "*^ ^, 

'UNDER THE YUM-YUM TREE^ 
AT WEDGEWOOD: DELICIOUS i 



A REVIEW 



Wedgewood Dinner Theatre in ToaiK), Virginia, has opened »»« -"^J 
^ season in grand style, and on optning ni^t a capacity auaeocg 
'attended. .If airfiaoe reactiwi is any indicatioj, it's gMag to be ta^ 
to get tickeU to Under The Yfim-Yum Tree before it o kaese n NovOTi 
l»r 13. However, we certainly si^gest tiirt everyone interwle te 'V^ 
ing a thoroughly delightful evening in the theatre nu4e an efiort ^ 
get those tickets right away. On the winter schedule the tiiMtoPe M 
op«> Wednesday tiirou^ Saturday evenings. The food is giMt, and so 
is the current theatrical offering. 



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Nov. 3-4 

The 
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ProducttMi of PiMdol's - 

U BOHEME 

Matiaee $1,80 - Evenhig ^.00 
Maltaee 2:00 ^ Evealag 8:80 



Geos^e N. McMath, of Onan- 
codc, Prraident of The Eastern 
Smk Newt, Inc.. has been ap- 
pointed iSeS State Heart Fund 
Chairman fw Virginia, according 
to an annouMement by Wallace 
R. Heatwole, of Waynesboro, Pres- 
ident of Virginia Heart Associa- 
tion. 

Acc(»ding to Heatwole, proceed^ 
of the annual Heart Fupd cam- 
paign. coniihKted eadi year m 
February, are used to fij^t tbe 
cardiovascular (heart and blood 
vessel) sdieases which indude 
coini^catl<H» d har^»ii% d the 
arttfiM, h^ Uood |^«ssure, rbeu- 
matlc fever, ishom heart defects 
and many otbw heart and blood 
veaael disc^rdars. 

McMath's duties wUl consist d 
the establishment of State Heart 
Fund grala f<^ 1M1, and tbe qr- 
ganizirtion of Heart Fund cam- 
paigns in the cities and counties 
of Virginia not directi/ served ^y 
local diapto^. 



Wedg wood has presented Un- 
der the YUM-YXJM TREE brfore, 
and it was so well acoeoted, feat 
tbe Managonent decided to do it 
i^ain. &it till ^ime, only one role 
waa re<reated— that of Hogan, by 
P«d Uk&^s. Tbe ether three cast 
members are played by different* 
persons, and therp is a new di- 
rector. We did not see ttie original 
production, arwl hnye no basis for 
oatt^r'im, but, in our opinion, 
noUiing coidd to ptiie present pro- 
(hictton. 

"Yan-Yum" is an adult, sophis- 
ticated on^y dealing generally 
witij tiie siAject of sex; however, 
there is nothli^ in tiie play that 
cm dt&id, and it faan^d in excel- 
kfrt ti^e. Hm aodloice can find 
sMUetfui^ to lau|^ at t|u-au^iout 
ttie actlm. Robiti Austin is a swe^, 
lnw)c«it, but "interested" young 
glri, tryii^ to make x^J her mind 
whether to marry attorney Dave 
Manning, who is nwdlv in love 
with her. Sie wants to be certain 
that this is the "real thing", aftd 
iwt a physical attraction, and 
notoingf that. Manning can say or 
cte can convince her to marry 
him. It is Robin's suggestion thet 
Bave move in to her apartment 
ftfith her "<ai a purely Planto-iic 
ba^," in (••"*,■'- ♦o find out if 
they really h'*'"'^ lus^ in -com- 
mon, that mak.^' " - ttie h'lariot's 
situation £lwut whkA the play re- 
volves. And if all ttiat were not 
enou^, the landlord, oHgan. who 
lives next door, is an an impos- 
s&le but k)veable lecher, who can 
produce kej^ to Robin's apartment 
witii alarmii* regularity. It seams 
tiiat he has beoi highly successful 
with the foimer tenaiHs in Q\Bk 
particular iqjartment, esoecially 
the most recent one. Irwie Wilson,, 
from whom IUA>in has sublet the 
a{»rtment. Irene has second 
tltoughts about leaving an inno- 
cent young gir} in titat situation, 
since ^e has known Robin for 
sev^al years. What develops from 



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Nov. 5-6 



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tiiere is one of the b^ b^ 
nwraig comedies we have e^ 
seen. • 

Claudine Iddings, as Irene, on^ 
again iwo^es l^r tremendous vep- 
s^ty as an actresss. ^^ po^ 
trays the worldly divorce with 
such believability than on canndj 
help feeling great sj-nHJSthy for l^ 
every mood. Claudine is sufii f 
trfrir-'o acrtess that we were sdt 
surprised on opening night, whan 
a banJjoo cuitain did not q)erat^ 
she «toly fixed it and neve| 
Wted an eydash, as ^ we^ 
ri^it OB. * 

p2ail Id£^, as tile rar^-^nbef 
lemons (MSbh. «Ws tiiis rrfati 
his growjiig M of supcMMib 
"Yum-Yum marks his r^tun W 
tile sta^ after directinf ^ tail 
four Wedgewood pndakkBm. 1m 
tiie irasdUt ^gan. Pod kee{4 
tbe rapid ffux moving b»c^d^> 
vireM aad alwa^ maii^ains thf 
urbellevafie role with perfect 
nwventoit, gesture am! fadal tm, 
pre^slm. | 

A^thau?h hers is a frilly, fa% 
role, Smdra McOiatg is fm:ktM 
ly cast as Robtn. Sie has Ml 
witii it. aft dtfiat dectricity is iull| 
extended to the aud^nce. Satn}yj 
cwnedv timing is excelltet, aaim 
to our way of think'ng, this is tt(| 
best tiling we lave ev« seea 
her do. ' * 

Tknetiiy Jopes, as tte l(a«?-«4 
fering Dave Manning. probtMy hai 
the most difficult role in tl» {^| 
His mood must diange so maig 
times, and Tim carries it off vS^ 
well. It is obvious be too is IwviEtf 
ifun, and that fun c«nes acro6a| 
At all times, he has tiie aucUmct 
completely on his #de. | 

We welcome back to tiw <&«ol| 
ing ranks Lerov McFarlaid, m^ 
has not directed a play at ^N|^ 
wood ance the nnt seSMon. wk 
hope we see more ptevs fiai ^w 
h's sure guidance. &imi d w 
little extra directing tonnes am 
innuendos timt have ta be atm t4 
be aopreciated, add so maA Mp 
this producti<m. * 

In short, tiris We^^ewood oAi 
ferin« is a lot d tvn. creatitt| 
laughter from the ani^er class ta 
the {"tffafw cate9)ry. It is 4 
snKWthlv done abm, and eve 
otK deserves mudi cre(^ <» 
one. 




Chureh Growi 



PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA-Du| 
to tiK large tocreaie hi attsndanet, 
t'le Princess Anne Plaza Ba0n| 
Church ponereeation voted to tmv^ 
two momine worehm services b^ 
pinn'nff Novomba" 7. ""^e firs* tirti 
be at %M a.m. and the ^ar ai 
11 a.m. Th#» ercnintj worshto airvii 
ice is at 7:30 p.m.. nrececM fi| 
training unktn at S.15 o.m. Smdn 
school convenes at 9:48 a.m. 4 

TTie coneregation alw voti^ 
accent idans fmm tht JMt 
c(»nmittee to Iw^d a mm 
fsUary educational unft ai^ to . , 
th^ »k(hh1 i^v m ttw pmm^ 
K.-ii«f no flii* win finpvMi an«c# 
tm 1.000 in SeaAw &!hctf ^a^i^ 
ance. 3^ outdhnent is wm lOBH 

Ilie haSgei Bda^ #M te t4l| 
777.0a 

Tlie Rev. MeMfi J. 'Bt^m ii 
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dmmu aec i; tax |23.?0. 

J^iWd Md^oakl PauMer ^ ux 
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A. Miner at UK, lot 21;^^ block Dp. 
^ CaMmas Farm a^ S; tax 

CarolauK Homes, 2a€. te Bob«rt 
£. Baaes et ux» tot 6.^^9^ ,DD. 
pibt of CaroladDe Farm mc 5; 
tax ISIJB. 

i^ary L. Humas et ux to H. 
L. tt. Inc., k* 11. bk)ck 4. plat of 
PeralaxdDe Manor see. 1; tax 
IB7.90. 

Boiand Hyde et ux to Paul dark 
note. Jr.. kt 23. block 16, plat 
of {Princess Anne Plasa sec. 9; tax 
tB.1S. 

Altert F. Bade/ ^ ux to Henry 
Om kHs 2440, plat of ft-ownie 
f^; tax |ir.S0. 

WUttua D. Ni«g et ux to Drewn 
OoiHlniotkio CoffKH-^ra, tots 95, 
M, {diA of &oad Bay Oniony; tax 
WM. 

Byier B«atty Orati^any, Inc. to 
PMii'R. MdMkhael et ux, tot M., 
faiodc tt. plat of Arafona Village 
aec. 13: tax 122.50. 
A. J. FlaoMiuo et ux to Charies 
^Imbert Sarvis ^ ux, lot 2, blodc 
0, ^ of Aragona Village sec. 5; 
tax pBM. J 

Pko BeaMy Cc^wratkn ^ ds 
to Robert JoHndiA W^ et ux, 
kt 15, lA)ck 19, plat <rf Princess 
Anne Plaza sec. Hi tax $22.50. 
Ptoo Reatty CcNrporatton et ads to 
Someft En0i8h Hidl et ux, H 14. 
Mock 19, ^ <tf Pria:eK Anne 
Plaza JKC. 12; tax $21. 

Leady H. Ckittle <3t ux to lUidoJph 
Inve^ment CorpnriAon, lots 18, 
U. 20, 21, 22, 40, 41. Uock 38. 
Idat of EucUd Place: tax $105. 

Rud^ Potocokk et ux to Ru- 
diri^ lave^tmeni Cwporrtion lots 
M, «, 17, 37, 38, 39, btock 36, plat 
<tf Euciid Place; tax $S5.S0. 

Maiioa ^xfwn Townes^ ^ al 
is ftid^di Inv^tment Corpora- 
tkn, tots «, 43, H btock 36, plat 
of Euclid Place; tax $15.75. , 

Fannie J^g^emin Spei^t to Wil- 
IMm f, .vSfcli et ox. kto 6. 8. 
bloek Id, fiitii Cape Wmy sec. 
G; tax $15.90;, 

Ferabee's, Inc. to Con^^tal 
EDterprisas, lac, lots 12 through 
m, block 3, pla^ of Winder Woods 
aec. S; tax |ii).90. 

Ferebee's. Bic. to Gdden Wcwds 
Oorperation, various lots on plat of 
IPUoibr Wob& sec. 3 ^ 4; tax 

tUkM V. DigM^J fet ,u^ to 
m^ mm RHsch et ux, tot li. 
Mock 9, pM d Fbcahontas Vil- 
^ tax QO 4D 

iSuA H. tMSsdi et ux to William 
RAsDM Dtugfety et ux, tot 10, 
Moci 44, pw. ct Princess Anne 
^ca sec. Si tax $^.30. 

iio Wee BuilAra, Inc. to Rtcha^ 
::. Weeks et tn. tot 13, B'ock 3. 
0t d Point O'Vfew «iec. i; tax 

.meu Simeon Wiitoy. Jr. et ux to 
Tta A. Slebni et d&,' Kt 18. btods 



Diversified Enttrprfaes, toe. to 
Rob«^ L. Strobach et ux. tot W, 
piat of Kings Grant sec. 6; tax 
$40.20. 

James R. Compton rt ux to Jdbn 
Leonard UHy, site 40. plat of Unk- 
boni Park; tax $63.75. 

Jobn E. Catalano to Jery C. 
SUdbtri ^ ux. k)t 5, btodc 8, plat 
d TiMriia Mamw; tax $S9.SS. 

Nwman G. Sedel et ux to Arraia 
Furniture Corporation, piffcel-plat 
of BaysMe; tax $4S.«. 

Eaizabeth T. Overcaih et v!r to 
JamM E. Harris ^ al, lots 17, 18, 
». 20, 21. block 50, plat of Euciid 
Place; tax $30. 

TTwodore V. Fekula e* ux to 
Richaid B. Renner et ux, krt 20, 
block D. plat of Lake Shores 9^. 
4; tax $34.96. 

^irtey V. Btoxton et al to M«lr- 
vin E. Loechelt ei ux, tot 1, block 
E, plat of Princes Anne Plaza sec. 
8; tax $21.15. 

Jack M. Golden et ux to Victor 
SaM et ux, tots 181.1K, plat of "Hie 
HoUies; tax $86.25. 

Carolaime Homes. Inc. to Ben 
Gorelick et ux, lot 25, Kock AA, 
plat of Carolanne Farm ^c. 5i tax 
$30.60. ' ^w-*^-™-^*""" 

Carolanne HMnes, Inc. to Th< 
as H. Davis et ux, tot 3, block 
plat ci Carolanne Farm sec. 5; 
$27.45. 

Lee E. White et ux to James 
E. Lancaster. Jr. et ux, 1^ 24, plat 
of Bayville Park sec. 2; tax $17.85. 

JDreiun Construction, Corporation, 
to Petar N, Anderson et ux, l<rf 20, 
block 8. plat df West Aknton sec. 
3; tax $37.50. 

Continoital Enterp^s. loe. to 
Vernon Harry Taylor et ux. tot 
9. block 1, fJat of WinK)r /Woods 
sec. 1; tax $22.95. 

Eug»ie C. Bazonpre et ato to 
Willie P. Davis et al, parcel plat 
of lOiarity Neck; tax $15. 

Hado Devek^xn^ Corporaticm 
to Oscar E. Ptortheri. Jr. et ux, tot 
22, plat of IX^ood Acx^u^ tax 

Pocahontas Village, Inc. to 
James S. Q'Neil et ux, lot 18. block 
li plat of Pocahontas Vill^e; tax 
$21.90. 

Pico Realty Corporation et ak to 
Sienuel Sawyer, et ux, lot 8, 
btock 18, plat of Princess Aiine 
Plaza sec.\^; tax $22.65. 

Vemwi KNrumer et ux to Irvin 
Bohrman, m 8. block 36, plat of 
Aragona Village sec. 6; tax $16.(S. 

Cre^wood Homes, Inc. to Mar- 
tin L. Parker et ux, l<rt 3, block E, 
plaA of Arrowhead s%. 8; tax 
$25.35. 

Hallmark Con^ruction Corp. to 
Robert E. Perkins, Jr. et ux. lot 
4, block H, plat of Htfitingtou sec. 
2; tax $29.70. 

Hallmark Constructicm Corp. to 
Wilson D. Key et ax, tot 24. block 



F, (dM of Hitti^^xn sec. 2:^t«c 
$25.20. 

Paul A. Schwemley et ux to Wfl- 
lard H. Sale et ux. lot 3. block W, 
plat of B^:^wooi Garitotts sec. 

3; tax $eMec 

Napolitano Rerity Corp. to Bev- 
erly S. Martin, Jr. et mc, k>t 13, 
btot* 42. plat of Peatibroke Mamu- 
s«:. 4; tax $32.85. 

Jdui W. Kellam et ux to Carl E. 
Borman et ux, parcel-plat ol Kem- 
paviUe District; tax ^.45. 

Mill Russ Construction C<xnpany, 
IiK. to Rtehard Ephr«m et ux, tot 
6. block E, plat of Princess Anne 
Plaza sec. 13; tax $21.30. 

Emil Realty Corporation to Cwi- 



M.S. SOCIETY 



-uae isccniift 

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NORFXILK — The Tidewater 
Chapter, National Multiple Sclero- 
sis Society (M.S.) recently helrf its 
annual membership meethi^ in (he 
auditorium (rf ths De Paul Hos- 
pital Nurses' Hone. At this meet- 
ing, the membership elected its 
l9f55-66 Board of Trustees and new 
officers. 

Elected to the position of Chair- 
man, Board of Trust^s, was Ron- 
aki H. Kent, Assi^mt Trust Offi- 
cer of SeaboarjJ Citizens National 
Bank. Other officers included F. 
D. Grimes, Vice Chairman; Harley 
M. June, Vice Chairman; Paul 
Gaskill, Vice Oiairman; and Jo- 
seph Baron, Treasurer. Newly 
elected members to ttie Board of 
Trustees were, Mrs. J. H. Sykes; 
Jon'' Peterson; Sam Fomian; Dr. 
Sam Ray; Frank Bo^wnan; and 
The Reverend Joel B. Whitten. 
Former Trustees re-eleded to con- 
tinue on the Board were: Mrs. 
George Peck; Mrs. E. D. E^j^r; 
Fra.ik Thomas., 11; Franklin H. 
Phillips; Paul wlBridwell; Geoi^e 
Crawley; Verma Forehand; Gil- 
btrt A. McLeod; and Martin Seid- 
man. 

Dr. Robert E. McMasters, neu- 
rologist at the Portsmouth I<feval 
Hospital, was the guest ^jeaker 
of the program. Dr. McMasters 
spcke on the origin and symptoms 
oJf M. S. and the curroit fieki 
at research towards isolating and 
identifying this diseases. ^/ 



nor L. Oookra^ Jr. at ux, kA It. 
btock 17, |iat rfPwnbroki Manor 
sec. 2; tax ^M. 

£ma R^ty Onpwa^ia to Ar- 
tlMff Jflm» Bfdfsenara ^ tn.' tot 
13. btock 4$, plat of Pni3rd» 
Manor sec. 4; tax $27.75. 

Josij^ A. Cmoj^^ et IB to 
Walts' Patrk^ GabemoA et ux. 
tot 1. btock H. idat of Hts^ii^n 
sec. 2: tint $34.50. 

Donald Cl^ Am^, Jr. et ux 
to Charles D. FraiB, UI ^ ux, krt 
450. plat of Midftw sec. S; tu 

mn. 

Jdui 0. 'Rnn^KMi et ux to Carl 
All@i Martin «t ux. tot 17, Mock 5, 
plat at Princes Anne Pl^t sec; 
1; tax $19.20. 

Marvin WUky toBetty L. WOtoy, 
site 18. plat of Wolfsnare Acres; 
tax $^.20. 

Cbartos W. PreHKm et ux to 
Proper^ Bayers, Inc.. kH 154, plM 

Lewb M. Sdireine* et ox to 
ftt^>«rty l^en, Inc.. tot 5, IA)ck 
45, plat oi Pen>broke Manor sec. 
4; tax $25.66. 

Oiarles K. M^lin et ux to Prq[>- 
erty Buyers, Inc.. lot 9, l^Kk 29. 
plat of Princess Anne Plaza sec. 
6; tax $17.70. ' 

Property Buytit, 1m., to J^k 
L. Taytor. et ux, lot 22. bbck 32, 
plat df Pr'uicess Anne Plaza sec. 
7; tax $25.20. 

Harold Nash Hodge et ux to 
Property Bikers. Inc., 1<*, 28, 
blodc 48, plat of Pri]K:«s ASans 
Plaza sec. 4; tax $21.75. 

Property l^iyers, foe. to Andrew 
J. Finch, Jr. et ux tot 31, block 4, 
plat of Princess Anne Plaza sec. 
14; tax $25.K. 

Property Buyers, Inc. to Lloyd 
F. Waugh et ux. tot 10, btock 19, 
plat d Princess Anne Plaza sec. 
4; tax $22.20. 

Byrcm Garrell Anderscm etjux to 
Alton Lane et ux, lot 18, Btock 6, 
plat of^ltei90wh8ad^sec,,JLfc tax 
$19.95. '-"■"*■ ;.-s--,^'^- 

ymam Ray Buie et ux to 
StejiKn R. Mahalick, Jr. et ux, 
lot 7, block 2, plat of Aragona VU- 
l£^e sec. 12; tax $18. 

WlDiam G. Redwood et ux to 
Atlfflrtic Forest Industries, L^., 110 
acres, plat of Borod^ of LyiUi- 
hawn; tax $562.95. 

Robert E. Zimheld et ux to Tony 
Lee Hall et ux, kA 11 and peart of 
tot 12, block 11, plat cf Chasape^ce 
Simea; tax $21. 




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VIRGJNU IBACH— Frarft to- 
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pDorous bent. He wiU be at the 
VlrgtaiU Beach IMfaocttst Church 
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Ppmcfess ANNE-ChUck Wind- 
ley, magician, will be one oT the 
many feature attractions at the 
Courthouse School P-T\ Carmval 
to be held November 5. He will 
presient two shows. 

Tlie carnival wUi include many 
fun games, dart boards, pony 
rides, spook houj.?, grab bag, auc- 
tion block, thrift shop, sweet ^dp, 
china and jewelry shop, country 
store, cake walk, and a lacky tick- 
et holder will fag awarded a 9 ft. 
surfboard. • 

Hot dogs and othor light refresh- 
ments will be served Carnival 
time is 5 p.m. 



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Wdl-known to area §ur^ chA>- 
ben and horticuMuralists, he will 
be (tonating his tinte and ordikk 
to benefit the churdi and to h^ 
th<»e mtere^ed in vohkb and ru-e 
plai^ to undo-stand the eBfaymeiA 
(and so^oetimes fttstr^ops) cf 
raising and grow^ thi gtomor- 

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On display- wiU be a group d 
orchids especially suited foe home 
culture that will be in bud ready 
to open diat wfll be for tak. as 
a donatkm from Jra^ 4# his 
wife,. SquelV 

Israel says that anyone who 
can grow African Vkrtets elm 
grow ordiids too, and that this 
will be an excellent opp<H-tonity 
to leffim more about their care. 
He will pre^t dides and narrate 
the show every hour and will be 
with the ordikis at all times to 



The church beam wiH <^en 
tt n aM and tto« are ptes 
to have 12 bo^ in all for tlw 
bigg^ atffair yet Tbere will be 
booths with fabric renmanto 



hodh witf) Autatare, bake ^<op. 
doll bath, game room with over 
100 toys, fcrtuite telling,, trofl 
dolls and ctothb trees, doB 
houses made oiA d jgnB^s^ia 
otocks, a teei^ bootC tad lun- 
cheon wiB be lerved. 
oiswer questions whik inanning 
his ordud booHi. » *^ 



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iir |l te WM^hwttft Ocean 
m mem 0mim^ ta- 
& 1^ areas b^een New 
|M»ya, iccm^ to 
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eoartMik ibdlK |^:is bi Ihti area 
iol irar U^iMi ^tm^j^tlTQ. How- 
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SeptoidtKr trafnc figure were 
dMvn brom tiM peak sunnner 
mootha <d JiUy aai Au^. but 
Septwnber, 1965 roistered ui- 
cfeue^ vm the ipme month ot 
'ait ytm to all Ocean Hiway loca- 
tkms repwitag tr^ic counts. _^ 

IbD reveinie on the Chesapeato 
Bay Bri«^Tunnel trt a i»w rec- 
ord for the secojd sfraight nricwth 
which netted $1.01S.W7. August toU 
revaue was $1,169 more than the 
Income for July, where tte 17- 
mmth-old Bridge-Tunnel reached 
die one mUlk>n dollar mark for 
the first time. 

Traffus' on the Ddaware Mai»- 
m) Bridge soared to 1,646,1^ in 
July, sfi 8.5 percent gain (yvec 
My, 1961 11)6 Bridge August 
traffic count was 1.S42 013, a 5.1 
t)«t:ait increase over la:it August. 
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yoiff do^^ dtaim. 

dotii^ e^e Qife^'t'lib a htanln, dttil. It 

<^ bi^^ a p^fernol liittili cim Ibaiett be 

^ i^. iy» dMM^ pnlMn MP Mi iUm- 

Buying g^mrato ^ refafav ^li en« Mps 
cut down en the attenUoo |oq daw ^ ctothing^-^ 
to kMp ft ta ^ ooodMon. uim are a big^- 
hd^ in ariei^ mbiilHiis cttc i(if^%. 

tllr ^ itaart. frert Uolt, cIiMkg mttit be 
fai^d^i. #iiriifi| utd dry di^lg K« the 
two, M^Bcb at your <^fx»al. Tlw j^ttod used 
ts determiiied by the tebric WSA trMilikig of the 
giramit. Snmi^lAii a i^ dHidl or 
tachiIKi' trtaa i^in a gmMartl «aihabi%. 




r 



i^ whM to <l(wbt ai to whether » gannent il In^ 
01 dot to-'%hm in doidM-4»'t wash!" Itort Itaifld JachAi nd 
intSerlhied gaxihents give Wsm iiid longer lenrke if pot « tMi '*dry 
clein bhiy" m. . 

CMhes, like hiunans, Uirive on {^nty of freili air! tMa it espeda^ 
true for woolen clothes. Ma^y a tired garment has been ^ven a oe^ 
lease on life by a good airing. 

Don't choose a windy day, Aot^, or tf»e eoi^ant «Wpplng by 
the wind can cause iflmecessary wfew are! \ett. R's best to choose a 
brl^, cabn day to air youi" clothing, and dwi't hai^ out gimiinb 
^A wlB fede in bright rSUS^t. 

Don't apare the brush to caring # j^ clothing. BruiAHig can eA 
down on your dry cleanii^ bilL Dust and dirt left m ck^es can 
grind into fabric and cause wear. Brushing well to get oiA dirt from 
crevices such, as under collars, lapels, cuffs, and faside pockets cac 
cut down this wear and tear. Remember to bnuh with the grain d 
ttie fabric or with ti» nap, using a firm, but not too tfff \inA. 



Church Listings Cont'd 



CORNERSTONE B^fTlST 

(CoMerratiTa Baj^tM) 

R«v. Parkar Yodlg 

220 Red Tide R^id 

,, Lynnhavcn Colojfl*' . 

10:00 a.m. — Sunday afeWt -^» 

11:00 a.m. — ^Morning Sarvic*' 

7 :30 p.m.-T-EyeniM SeiprtM 

7i0 pjtt.— We^^i^ ^^ 

Eviniac Servlcea . 



mi^ 




Rosemont 
inla Beaeh. Va 



, R( 



road 



IC 
609 ^ 

Virgmla »e«uu, »». 
IUt. CU^tM E. CrlM«V 

,Vi«ar4Bai4rt« 
n A.M. — H(dy Communi<m 

» A.M, - W^rish^ (Hoty dom- 
ttta)!<Mi ist Scmday) 
4 6:61 P.M. — Yw^ WmamMfi 
Huriory ipcovi^ 9:96 and IkOO 
"- A.M. 



B: 
-9: 
11: 



1 1 M ».».— Momint Worship 
%:mf.m. — Training Union 
f^Opjn. — Evenini^ Worshlf 

FREEWILL BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

In Pri^esa, Virginia Beach 

1418 OCEANA BOUL^ARD 

Air Stailibn on rtftt 

T. J. Tingle, P»to» 

.9:46».n>. — Svn^ayNSeji 
II •.46 a-ffl.— Word^p ,ar^e 
t:SOp.Ja».— Ivenii^ 




BAYSIDE BAPTIST 
CHURCH ^ 

1480 Pleasure House Bd. 
JpiB^ V^ DeFM, PUtor 

8:t0a.m.— Worship Serviee 
11 :0D A.ttt— W<Hri*ip Sewtte 
9^:20 t 10:10 a.m. Sund^ 
School ' , . 

8:00 p.m. — Eyening Service 

PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

246 Rosemont Road 
R«v, MelviA HvfkM. pMtvr 

11:00 A 7:30 p.m.— Worship 
Senricea " , 

9:80 a.m. — Sunday School 
6:16 p.m. — ^Training Union 

BEACHLAWN BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

9th & Med. Ave. 
A cooperating Southern Bapist 
Church . I 

G««ri« Woll«tt. Jr., Ill»fat«r. 
Phone 428-2004 
9:45 a.m.— Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Muming Swrvice 
6:30 p.m.— Trainiilf Union 
7:30 p.m. -—Eveninjf Service 
7:30 p.m.— Wed. Prayer 
Service 



7120 Saikp«»ffiii RetA 
A. p. #iPN^^ PMMir,i 

9 :4B am. — Sunday 



^1%^M.~ 





Prineen Anne Higfi Scbool 
R«T. Rob«rt N. Wafla.* 

8:30 a.m. — Mor^g W^bip 
f :30 a.m.-^upi^y %h&l 
11:00 a.m—14oni^ W#ahi.*» 



FIRST COLONIAL* 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

929 First Colonial Road 
GMirga T. StaUincs, Paatw 

9 :46 am.— Sunday School 
10:00 a.m. — Mernitg Worsbiy 
6:30p.m/-r-Tr«llling Union 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Worship 
7:30p.m.^ — Mid- Week servieet 
Weanesday 



FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST 
CHURCtt 

419 Glenrock Roatf, Norfolk 
R«v. CkarlM T. Handrick* 

9:46 a.m.— Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — M oming Worahli| 
7:30 p.m.— Evening Worship^ 



FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 

6818 Va. Beach Blv<L- Norfolk 
Fr«4 M. FiWm, Pm^ 
9:45a4ii.— Sunday Sehoiol 

1 1 :00 a,m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m.— -Fellowship Hour 
7:80 p.ni. — Evening 'Services 

GRACE BRETHREN 
CHURCH. 

Great Neck at Hilltop 
A. Harold ArrinftoM, Pastor 

10:00 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Worship Service 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Service 

MOUNT OLIVE 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

R«T. T. M. Walker, Pastor 

9:30 a.m. — Church Schtfol 
1 1 :00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
7:36 p.m.— BveninJr Wowhip 

OAK GROVE BAPTIST 
dlURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 
Alvin St. Clair. Pastor 

9 :45 a.m.— Church School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 



ST. GREGORY THE GREAT 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

7271 Vii^nia Beach Blvd. 

Nov. Flavian Yaliako,, O.S.K 

Rav. Pa«ekal Kaaip O.S3. 

Masses— 6:30, 8:00, 9.:80, 

11:00 and l2;;<0 * 
Confessions are on Saturday 

7:30-8:80 



BLACKWATER BAPTIST 
CHURCH 
Rav. Ralph L. Merp 
10:00 a.m. — Sttnday Sidiool 
ll:0Oa.Tn — Morning Worship 
"Serving Ood and the Com- 
munity of Black-nw^r Sineii 
1784** 



TABERNAtLE MrHtODIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Vinuiia 
Robert H. Garner. Ilft&^r 

9:46 a.m. — Chnreh l&iopl 
ll:00a.m — Morning Worsi 



ship 



BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Grtenwell Rd. & Lakeview Dr. 

Bayside, Va. 

Rev, Darsd Mccre, Pastor 

6 ;4 6 a.m . — Sunday School 

11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 

7:45 p.m. — ^^Evening Worship 

, ST. JOHN'S BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

Princess Anne CouH; House 
Rev. Bruce B. Perkin*. Patter 

10:00 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:00 p.m.— B.T.U. 
.t:Odp.fc.— EirelUhl WorMii^ 

BAPTIST CHURCH 

London BrflQ^, Vit^nia 
G. Edward Hagkee, Pastor 

8 :30 a.m.-^MomiDg Wor^p 
9:4S8.m. — Sunday S^ool 



. VJRGINIA BL__^ 
METHODIST CS^RCH 

207 - 18th ^eet 
Rev. Beverly Peltjr 

8:30 a.m, — Wof^ Sarvic^ 
Summer Mojius 
9:45 ^m. — Church School 
11:00 a.Ba.—W«raliip Service 

THALIA MlTHODBT 
CHUHCH 

Pine Ave. & Va. Bch. Blv4 
William L. Aaber, Patter 
9:45 a.m. — §W^ School 
10:45 a.m. — Worship 



FOUNDRY METHODIST 

^8. Bch, BlvdM l4Wattven 
llliaA H. Aeo«ta;NlWte» 

8:4^».m. and It a.m."'' 
services 

9:48 a.m. — Church SiAool^ 
6:30 p.m.— Youth FeUowaUf 

KEMPS\UwE 
^RESBYTERIIMI , JnfURCH 

620 Katm^mM. 
J- L. CortMHKapvr 
9:40 A.M.— SMHHjfcool , 
11:00 A.M.— M4HP|ronM| 
6:00 P.M.— iSfiPfT ^iihlkyl 



^^ 




^v^anvmnn 



Vlrglnli Bto** WH, Thursday, October 28, 1965 

BP ^" ' ^" — ^ — ■ - ' ■ ^ 

Promoted 




liidM 



lis 

Hie 



M. Glkmi, Jr. Ihm beM prwiwUid to the porftim of Sa- 

wm AMrUge a^ OHMibm. |k- Extetmiiiaton. Gilbert 

vllh the e«np«^ pfewe Aprffl ISM. He qiecldtaed bi home 

I peeti ni Ikek cM^itri notQ ISfiS when he extendea 

aiilaMHedge ial* the IMd of Termite Control. 

h a uttve off fkfhria Beai* and wmt to ediool and has 

lA Ml We tMXpt ier 4 yeara. Be wai la the Ak Foree» 

^t^lM aai «w atattoaed la mwtai itatet tnchtdiag 

Ui i^t, Ae hniia- Betty Jeaa Cart^naa, who 

_,, ne aal wh Bvtag hi Artaon at the tfane. 

Sbote have tiro ehWrea. lUMa. • yean and Mark. 6 5e«rt. 
at m Wcat Law. Vkgfada 




Ob]^ !IIBaB«itt 




Mony of ut moy not bt 
too "dMMMy** dbo^ mmf!' 

^^n^P Ww Hl^ ^wlO WM^ WW 

M«^ twryoM bos toiM 
dMnd prilir«M«t. Mayb« 
i^tliwfomOycgr. UmIwim 
1M Ivt Mu Ths food wv OCAi 
%^Aait MMM iM^gt ar» con- 
CMiMd, only Mm btit b good 



dbom oillbHIlIt* fc«» Mp 
ovoilablaw 10m b«» M* 
■MOM iho kfH $»riim, tiw 
oad a guaranlM of 



noiml nuKf' M tencOfnao 



Tdio our odvfct. took 
fNl to Iha locd botbian 
coiiMHirtly. Dobusli^with 
CM oitaMithfld flmi, with a 

DuHMImMIII wno Mm oinv 

Us nptfcrtfon by nwdoring 

to tho foHct In your at Igb* 
borhoodt ♦• t- 1 - 



Me «t Honey's 



int ivi ttbl 



•MMIllfflf^rHr 



And To Get The Moit For Your Money, 
Shop The Merchants Who Advertise Irv The 



VIRQNIA BEACH SUN 



FIRM OPENS 
NEW STORE 



VIRGINIA BEACH-The largest 
hardwarestore in the easi opened 
for business last week at Princes 
Anne Plaza. 

In Showing the new Pliaza Home 
Center to dignitaries «id invited 
guests. R. Dawson Taylor. pre«l- 
dent. pointed out that the 24,000 
sq. foot building houses the largest 
retail hardware and lumber aipply 
cojter on this coast. 

Situated on 50,000 sq. feet o|,land 
fronting on Va. Beach Blvd. and 
continuous to Plaza Trail, Plaza 
Home Center is unique in sev«-al 
respects. 

It is an outgrowth of hjel-Feed 
Building and &i{^lv Corporation, a 
Virginia Be«h business estalv 
lished nearly 40 years ago. By 
locating at Princess Aime Plaza, 
anA h v h iiilHing aa lame a facility. 
Fuel^eed clearly indicates their 
faith in the future of Va. Beach 
and the maitet potertial of Prin- 
cess Anne Plaza. 

*"nris is undoubtedly the IhA of 
the new city," Taylor said. "The 
site is directly In between Route 
58 to the North and the new toll 
road to the Sot^ From here we 
can serve ihe area from Va. Beach 
Borough to Aragona Village." 

Taylor also anirfiasized tiat the 
concept <rf a com0^ home center 
is a fir^ for 'Mewater. Plaza 
HMTie Cwiter will carry complete 
line d garden supplies, hardware, 
building nwterials. liatiber, paint. 
housew^r^s, sporting goods, plianb- 
ii^, electrical ami toys, primarily 
nationally advertijwd kmA oamM 
products. 

•Hiey will cater to every shop- 
p!w's needs from the imfividual (to* 
it-yourselfer to buildir^ contrac- 
tors. Plaza Home Certer introduc- 
ed its own revolving diarge credit 
program in o»^^U^ wiA the 
ofypir»g, --^-^— -^r s— ^ ': —;- 

The interior h ffivlded to half, 
witii the front section devoted to 
a retail sales floor with merchan- 
chandising and displays. The rea"" 
is a self-servi^ lumber super 
market featuring lun*er and build- 
ing si^jpHes displayed warehouse 
fashion. Customers entering this 
sectton will be provided\widi dol 
lies so they can stroll through the 
stock areas and select their own 
olywood panels, lumber, ceiling 
ttle, roofing, Sakrete, and other 
building products, arid ^bm reSs 
their purchases through a diect^ 
out station to car loading ramt). 
to Plaza Koine Center's delivery 
platform, or rent a car-top carrier 
to take their materials home. 

The new .store is one of the 
largest members of the 17,000 store 
Value and Service buying chain. 
V and S, the largrat nmitual hard 
ware n>eit:han<Using and distribu- 
tion organization ini the country 
witti m«nbers in 35 ^tes, uses 
mass buying power to en^le in- 
dividual, independent members tc 
compete price-wise with giant cor- 
porations. Ttirough V and S, Plaz? 
Home Center expects to offer cus 
tormrs siAstantial savings on 




• UQ^MViaB 



MnKX 



Tate tAik' ttM* on Novembar u* » # ^.t. «,h i- »« «h. 

W. J966. at »:«ra.^ at Holt Bu- "fte object (rf ttils suit ta to ob- 



id^ tac., 17th ». Et^MkA. Virgin- 
ia ^ach, we shall ex'poae to sale, 
one '64 Buiek 4I». 4 dr.. serial No. 
4X50^99^, sdied and respos- 
sessed from <k^y Randall. m$ 
Great Neck Ko^, Virgli^ Beach. 
Virginia, by virhit of the breac^ 
of a certain c<ari!tMnal sa^ con- 
tract, dated April 30, 1965, in pur- 
miaqce of the Uniform- Seles Act 
of Vh-gk)ia. T«tm CaA. 

Hcdt {Mdc. In- 
sist k PaciTu: 
Virginia B^Krh, Virginia 
10-^lt 



• UOALNOnCB 



agatart / 

LOLAND D. AUSTIN 
defendant. 



• u^Nonw 



the cheesebox table has heea reffaiished aad rettotcd hy HUltop 
Upholstery and wfll go to a tacky Udwt hdfcr irt Oe 7tt Anonal 
Antlqae Show and Sato at the CMc Center^^.^ — ^_ ;.__ 



Merchants Aid Antique Show 



VIRGINIA BEACH - A ticket 
to the 7th annual Aotique Show 
and Sale will not only entitle its 
purchasw to Interktiiig browsing 
and umisual Iwying opportunities, 
but also tiw possibilib? of caning 
away with a motorbike or a 
cheesebox td)le, <X even a falw- 
lous weekend for two at a fanwus 
resort, and mar^ <rth«r tatetsesUng 
prizes. w^ • 

Mrs. RiAy Privetter, prizes 
chairman of the Princess Anne 
Woman's Clul^ sponsored 4-d8y an- 
ticpie show a«i sale, has annwnced 
that more than 40 items teve 
been donated by Virginia Reach 
and Norfolk merchante to be 
awarded at various times dunng 




END OF MONTH 

SALE 

FROM NOW THRU SAT. OCT. 30th 

HURRYI nUCES RTOUCED ON EVERY CAR IN STOCK. FAST SALES OF 
'66 tMHm RENAULTS HAVE CAUSED AN OVERSTOCK OF '66 MODEL 
TRAGII4NS. WE MUST SEU THESE TRADE-INS AND MAKE ROOM FOR 
NEW TRADES CONSTANTLYBEINO MADE. 65 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM, 
HERE ARE JUST A FEW: 



brand name jMro&c^- ^-^^^^ 

Plaza Home Center will be 
jointly managed by J. M. Jordan, 
III, and R. D. Taylor, who have 
been princH)als in Fuel-Fe«l for 
many years. Henry Young, of 
Virginia Beach, long associated 
with the hmber and building si^ 
oly business in the area, will Join 
the liew firm as will W. S. Sea- 
man, presently enqikiyed by Fuel- 
Feed in the hardware department. 



the eveflt. 

Two vacaUon spots are offering 
an all expeise paitf (excluding 
transpcrttf^on) wediend t(^ two. 
Jdtyll Island, Georgia's yea" rwmd 
fan^y beach reaort, will be tost 
for one lucky couple; and tf»e 
Blockade Runner Motor Hotel at 
Wrightsville Beadi in Wilmington, 
North Carolina, i^ers the other 
fun wedrend for two. 

OiedKred Flag of Norfolk and 
Virginia Beach have idonat*»d the 
Honda, and Hilltop Upholstery gave 
tiie bitriguing dieesebox table. 

Amrag the other gifts available 
will be a table lamp from WDlis- 
Camp; steam and dry iron Jrtan 
Prices; a one-burner g.is stove 
complete fron Lumm's Hardware; 
gold jewelry from BaAers of Free- 
mason iftreetf; also a brara dress- 
ing table bench with silk tutted 
cushiOT, a pewt©" chafing di^. 
and numerous other items well 
worth receiving. 

Drawings will be hdd r.t^ 2, 5 
and 9 p.m. daily. - , " \— -^ 

TTie Antique Show and Sale 
will be held at the Alan B. Shep- 
ard Civic Carter on Nov«nber i 
5, 6, and 7. Hours will be trom 
11 ajn. to 10 p.m. daily, and Sun- 
day from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m 



JifXrtC^ Of SALE '* 

Notice Is h*eby given thW at 
10:00 a.m. on November 'Kh, 1965. 
at Coates Motor Company, Inc., 
tocated at 21st k Pacific Avenue, 
Vir^nla Bead^ Virginia, we shall 
oSer for sale al pyblic auction 
ofe IWrCsaniK *Dr. HT, Serial 
No. SSB (XBSS, with accessories, 
which autanoblle was purchased 
by Russell L. Colwell by condf- 
tlonal ifalea cortract. Terms: Cash 
at tfaue of sale,- Tlie vendo'r re 
serves the tl^ to Bid. 

Univ««d CLT. Credit torp. 
Drewj^ * Evms, Attorneys 
- - ( ' y W28-lt 



tain a divtwtx a meoia et thoro 
to be later mei#sd Into a (fivnt:c 
a vfaeulo matrimMd, fhim the 
said d^endant, upon the §tm^ 
d constructive desertto. And m 
affidavit having becai made and 
failed that the <tefendant is a ncm- 
rraident of the State of Virginia. 
the lart tpwrni pc^ offtee ad- 
drMS beiag: Hatteras, North Caro- 
Bna. It is wdwed th^ he A) ap- 
pear here within t^ <10) days 
after due pubUcatton hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to |Mt>- 
tect his Interest in this suit. 
' A Copf— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Oatk 
By Mary M. WUt4. D.C. 
Brydges 4 Broyles 
136B Laskin Road -^--^ — 
Virginia Beach, Vlrgl^t 

10-144t 



mmCCK Asm UBKMAN 
UQism, DefeidaBt. 

Ite dbiiet of «• ntt is to ob. 
tala a #NX«e a mmt ft thoro 
to be latH- merfed tato a 4||orct 
a ^Kiilo mat^wnfl torn the 
said dtfemknt, upon the groindi . 
of deaeattkn. 

And an affidavit haviiii be<si 
made and filed ttiat the defendant 
is a mm-raiide^ of ttw ^ate of 
Virgima, the last bM po^ oft 
fice addrea hdii|; 79 S. Eten 
Aw., GreeoMwro, N«rA Carolina, 
It is orda-ed tiiat t^e do api^ar 
here within tea. UO) days after 
due puBUcatkm 'hereof, aiwl do 
what may be UBcaiaary tf proted 
h« inters lo ^ ntt. ' 

A coj^-TMt«: 

JOHN V. PENTRSSS, Cl^. 

By: j! CurtiB Frojt, DC. 
Georgt F. DarAn, Jr., p.q. ♦' 
308 30th Street 

Virginia Beach, Vlrgtoia , 

10-1441 



L^ALTKJTICES"— ^ 



ifOAL NOTICE 



3,135,754,34 

15,445,793.82 
3,362,004.04 



2.300.00 
6,704,243.20 



317.930 82 
89.554.90 

»,2S7,78112 



CnEVBeUET Bddr 4 dom- sedaa. 6 cylia- 
4er Wtth avtanalSe, radio k heater. Clean 

$1395 

lilBD Galaiie SM 4 door hard tap. gleam- 
h« red finiih wMfa Cmisomatie. mdfo, heat- 
er. V8, while aide waU tiiea and power 

ilMtlBg. Like aew •'. 

$1595 

-fmaUC BflMBevUle t door hard too, ioMd 
vMla, vitt radio, harter. white aide wal 
mm, aatomattc ft power ateertag. aean 

$1195 

CmS^mSUfft Brookwood 2 
aM0tMH, I eyBMer aad 



waCOB. 
keatefjCieaa. 



'/ 



$795 



FOlRD Galazle cmvattUe. V8. radio, heat- 
er, antoaiatlc, iriiHe side waQ tires & power 
steering. Clean «ar 

$695 

PLYMOUTH 4 door station wagon. V8, au- 
tomatic, radio, heater and power steering. 

(Sean • • %■ 

$595 

VALIANT 4 domr sedan. Solid white with 
radhi, heat«r aad straight shift. Ctean 

$495 

RAMBLER 4 Amt station waeon. 6 cvlfaider, 
radio, heaiM- wMi strai^ sUft Sdid blat^ 

$495 



i^UIILlS & BmI sdc^tiens In Am6riet, mott with our ^•- ^-^_ 




EASTERN AUTO 

1 1th A GRANBY - MA 7-8321 

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REPORT OF CONDm^N Vt '*Baek <rf Virgtala Beach" of Vfaflnla 
Beadh In the State of Virginia at the dose of boslness on Oct. IS, 1885. 
Made to The State Corporation Co^jioission ^__ 

f' ASSETS ■ _,;' ---- ' -i , . ^ : ' '^ 

1. Cash, balances with other bar^fts^ cash Items ip 
process of collection ■ 

2. United States Government obligations, direct and 
guaranteed , . » 

3. OWiffations of States and PoliUcal subdivisions ... 

4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures (including No 
seciirUies of Federal agencies and corporations nrt 
guaranteed bv U.S.) 

fi. I^ans and discount's (inpludine $424.39 overdrafts) 
7. Bank oremiw"? owned S'lfie.ltt 52 furniture and fix- 
tures $151,782.30. (Bank premises owned are sub- 
ject to No liens not assamed by bank) 

11. Other assets 

12. TOTAL ASSETS ......; ..••- 

J . LIABILITTES 

13. DemancI deposits of individuals, parhia^ii», and, 
corporations • 13,107,^1.14 

14. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partner- 
ships, and corooratinns •• 5,470,721.94 

15. Deposits of United States CK)vemment 871.400.17 

16. Deposits of State^nd political subdivistons 7,168 5.'<3.95 

17. Det)o«'its of banks •*. — .,.'...,....... 45.000.00 

18. Cfi^lfipd and -ifficers' checks, ete. 222,.3{».06 

19. TOTAL DEPOSITS $28.885 300.27 

(a) Total demand deoosits $17,841,620.32 

(b) Total time and savings deposits $ 9,043,679.95 

23. Other liabilities ^ 215,035.76 

24. TOTAL LIABILITIES 27,100..336.03 

CAPFTAL ACCOUNTS 

25. Caoital: (a) Common stock, total par value 
$600.00000 ' 

(c) Capital notes and debentures $600,000.00 1,200.000 60 

W. Surnlus < 600.000.00 

27. Undivided profits 357,446 09 

29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..;.... 2.157.446.09 

30. TOTAL LIABILITTES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNT S 29,257.7ft2.12 

MEMORANDA 

31. Assets oledged or assi.CTed to secure liabilities and 
for other purposes (inpludinc notes and bills 
rediscount ed and securities sold with agreement ( 

to repurchase) . -. • 9,278,086.55 

K. (a) Losns as shown above are after deduction ot. ' * 

valuation reserves of 8,544 76 

(b) Se^'urifps as shown above are after (teduction 'of I 

valuation neserves of • - • • 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Offlee of ^ 
CircBtt CoBrt of the Ciy of Tfa^- 
glnla Beaeh. oa the ttlh day •< 
October 1S> IMSj 

Order el PabUcatloB 
" Plaintiff. 

CHARLES C. HARDINO 
d^endtbt. ^ , 
against .-, // . r 

WINNIFRED M. PEART 

HARDING 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
taui a £vor(% a Vinculo Matri- 
moni from the ^saW Defendant, 
upon the grounds of desertion. And 
an affidavit having been made and 
filed that the defendant is a nm- 
resideait of the State oF Vlrgtoia, 
tfie last known post office address 
being: 122 Colunnbia Street, Cam- 
bridge 39, Massachussetts. It is 
ordered that ^e do appear h«re 
witWn ten (10) dayf ^ter di» 
oublicatton hereof and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

—^ Cony— Teste: -—-—^^ ~ — ^ 

" ifOHN V. FE NTRBSS ,-^r 

Bv Marv M. White. D.C. 
Amato, Babalas, Cohen, 
Rutter, Friedman & Breit 
Helene BuUding 
Norfolk, Virginia 



COMMONWEALlHl OF VIRGINIA 

lit we 
cuR Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 6th day of October,| 
1965. 

Drder of PnbUcatfam 
jiJSSE JAMES HARDY, 

Plaintiff, against ^ t 
ANGEL^A M. HARDY. 
Ddendant. / ^ 

■Hie object ol Hfls «1 VWIft^ 
I tain a divorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defaidant, upon 
tile grounds of separation for a 
peritod in excess of two years. 

Awi an affidavit having b^i 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice addles being: 20 Ea^on Aye- 
raie, Fall River, Massachusetts, 
it Is ordered that she do appear 
l»re witiiin ten (10) days after 
due publicstkm hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
her mteres* in this suit 
A copy— Teste: "^ 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clei^^ = 
By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Stemgold, Steingold & Chovitz, p.q. 
Town Point Buildir^ 
Norfolk, Virginia^ rr- 

10-14-4t 



10-144t 



r 



VIRGINIA: 



ll.8«l^ 

I. Oeo. T Mullen. Senior Vice Pres. k Cashier, of tiie ahove-nlpaed 
bank, do s^lemnlv swear that this renort of condittoi fil true ms^, 
correct, to the best of mv knowledge and belief. 

Correct-Attest: f^. T. Mullen 

Senior Vice President 4 Cashier 
W. L. Tavlor ^ 

H. A. Holt Jr. > Directors 

Sidney S. Kellam , > 

State of Virginia. City of Vfrcinia d^ch, ss: 
. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 29th day 
)f October. 1965, and I hereby certify that I am not an 
officer or director of this bank. ■ ' 



In ^Clerk's Office of tlie Cir- 
cuit Court of tiie City of Virginia 
Beach on the 18th day of October, 
1965. 

Order of PulAcatkBi 
IN THE MATTER OF: 
AK)llpaiion of WHlteacre. Inc. tj 
the Commonwealth of Virghaa 
f(ff the purbbase of Lots 21, 32, 
23 and 24, Bh)ck 9. Map of E^st- 
Norfolk, recorded bin !k^p Book 
4, at page 191. < , 

TO: Tlwmas F. Leonard (also 
known as ThMnas G. Leonard) 
Ymi art hereby notified that all 
those certain lots, pieces or par- 
cels $f land, situated in Lynnhav- 
ea Borough, Citv of Virginia 
Beach. State of Virginia, known, 
numbered and designated on that 
certain plat entitled "Map of East- 
Norfolk, Princess Anne Co., Vir- 
ginia," dated Novwnber, 1906, 
made by E. C. Fortman, C. E., 
which plat is duly of record in the 
Clerfc's Office of the Circuit Court 
of the CUv of Virpinia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, in Map Book 4, at Page 191, 
as Lots Numbered 21 through 24, 
both inclusive, in Block Nine (9), 
was sold on the 5th day of De- 
cember, 1947 for delinquent taxes, 
levies, interest and costs to the 
Commonwealth of Virginia and 
application for the purchase there- 
of has been ffled in this office. 
And it aD»>earini? from the records 
in this office t^/*t vou are inter- 
ested in saldL land, vou are furtho* 
m^ied-to aobrar in four.montiis 
from the date of flilV notice and 
do what mav be necessary to pro- 
tect vtfiTr liitinxrts. 

GWJ^ mdkt mv hand this 18th 
day<rf October. 4985. 
.TOHN V. FENTRESS, Clei* 
1^: Marv M. White, D.C 
Keilam and Kellam 
Donald H. Rhod«J 
US N. Plaza IVail 
Virginia Beadi, Virginia 

10-21-41 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGtNIA 

In tiie Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of tiie City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 6tii day of October, 
1965. 

Order of Publication 
^WLUAM JACKSON OGi^ 
t Plaintiff, against ^ 

"MARGARET MURRELL AN- 
DERSON OGLE, Defoidant 

The object dihis suit ^to ob- 
tain a divorce from bed and .board 
to be later morged into a divwrce 
a vinculo matrimonii from the 
«aid defendant, upoh tiie grounds 
of deserti(Hi. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed tiiat tiie defendant 
is a non-resident of tiie State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice adlr^ being: 1285 Park- 
land Drive, Memphis, Tennessee, 
it is ordered tiiat she do appear 
here witiiin ten (10) days afte> 
due puMication hereof, and do 
^hat may be necessary to protect 
her interest in this suit. 

A c<^y— Te^: 

JOHN V. FENTR|]SS, Oerk. 

6y: Mary M.> White, D.C. 
Frank E. Butler, IH, p.q. 
Beach Tlieatre Building 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

10-14-41 



or manmiA. 

In tiie detk's Office of tfie Cir- 
cuit Court d tiie City of Vir^a 
Beach, on tiw 8tii day of October, 
1965. 

Ordw rf PMIeatloa 
BETTY JONES THOMPSON, 

Plaint; agafast 
KENNETH W. THOMPSON, 

DeSakbnt. • 

"nie object of tills adt te to ob- 
tain a divor(» a moisa ^ thoro 
to be later mffl-ged into a diV(^ce 
a vincuk) matranmil fmn the 
said drfendant, up<m tiie grounds 
of desertkm. 

And an affidavit having be^ 
made and filed tiiat tiie defendant 
is a non-resictoit rf the State <rf 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: l^xite 3, Box 
213, Smitiifield, North CaroUna. 
it is ordered tiiat hp do appear 
here witiiin ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
hb interest in thii iBit i.„_:^-^^^^» 
A copy— Teste: ^^ 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Brydges k Broyles, p.q. - 

13^ Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 




10-14^ 

COMMONWEALTH OF vSeSnA 

In tile derk's Office of tiie Or- 
cult Court of tiie City of Virginia 
Beadi, <m tJ» 1st day of October, 



SfSEAL) 



My commission expires .hine 4. 198S 
iNijdlis W. Barrdl, 



Notary Public. 
1028-lt 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In tiie Cleric's Office of tiie Cir- 
cuit Coiat of tiie City of Virginia 
Beach, on tiie 6tii day of bctober, 
1965. 

Ordo- of PabUcation 

MELVm J. DOXEY, JR. 
Plaintiff, against 

ZOE RTTA DOXEY, Def«idant. 

Ihe object of tiiis suit is to ob- 
tabi a divorce a m^isa et tlwro 
to be later merged into a divwce 
a vinculo matrimonii from tiie 
said defendant, upon the ground? 
of desertion. 

And an affictevit havuig been 
made and filed tiiat the defendant 
is a non-resident d the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address betag: Post Wfice 
Box ^1, Cut Bank, Montana, 
it is onto^ tiiat she do appear 
here within ten (10) da^s after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may b? necessary to protect 
her interest in this suit. 

A Qopy— Test^: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Qerk. 

By: Mary M. White. D.C. 
TheodtH* A. Boyce, p.q. 
105 N. Pteza Trail 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 

18-14^t 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

la flie aerk's Office of tte 
Chrnit Cotvt of tii* Cit? «rf Vir- 
ginia Beadi, on the 12tfa di^ of 
October 12. 1965. 

Ordo* d Publiea 
HAZEL DAVIS AUS'TIN 
Plaintiff, 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In tiie Clerk's Office of flie Cir- 
cuit Court 0^ Uie City of Virginia 
Beach, on tiie 7th day of October, 

ms. 

' CMfder d Pntdicattm 
OTB MARSHALL DODDS, 
Plaintiff, again^ 



CHARLESS EDWi«D 
Plaintiff, agahist 

LaVERN BEVERLY LEE, 
DelnidaDt 

The object of tiiis suit is to ob- 
tain a (fivorce a vinculo matri-^ 
monii fnan tiie said defendant, 
upon tiie grounds of having lived 
separate and apart without co- 
habitation and witiwut interruption 
for two vears next irecedmg the 
^jdunencemoit of this suit. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed tiiat ttie defendairt 
is not a resident of tiie State ol 
Virginia, the last known post d* 
fice address behig 120 10th Street, 
San Francisco. CaUfomia, it Is 
ordered tiiat she do appear here 
witfim 10 (tea) days after due 
publicatMMi hererf. and do Wl^/ 
may be nece»ay to i»otect her 
interest in this sidt H i^^ « 

A copy— Teste: 

.TOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. V 
Mr. William H. Cokma, Jr.. p.q. 
972 Laddn Road 
Virginia Bea<^ \1rglnla 

. 10-7-4t 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINUt 

In tile Cleric's Office of ttie Chv 
cuit Owrt of the City rf Vl^jbda^ 
Beach, en the 30tii day of S^ 
tember. 1985. 

Order of PnUcidiQa 

LEOLA WILSON LAWTON, 
Plafatiff, against f^ 

HERMAN LAWTON. SR., 
D^endant. 

Hie object of this sidt is to 6b- 
tahi a divorce a vinculo matii- 
monli from flie said defendant. 
nxxm the grounds d wilful and 
unlawful desertion and abandon- 
moit for a pelod of more ttian 
one year. 

And an afflda^ having' been ' 
made and fll<^ that tiie defendant 

Virtdnia. the la^ \a0m% post of- 
fice addrea hdne ITOr Rhodes 
Avoioe. Chesaoeake. Vireinia. th»t 
du(> dilieenco hm b«>en used m 
the nart of tiie cnnmTafaniit to as- 
oertein In what conntv at cwoora- 

It is ordered Aat he do aonear 
here witiiin to! <10) days lAer 
(hie ooMicatlon hwenf. and do 
what tnav be iiece»«r? to ptih 
tect his Intwejt In tills rait. 
A wwv— Te^e: ^ 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Qo* 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
J. Hugo Madtaoo, p.q. 
m? dmrdi Street 
NorfoDc V&gliiia 



^. 



VMtOINIA UACH 



}jotioe u btraby 0im tliat. pir 

^ecim nMttng at At AanhoU- 
^d Ba^ s( Vki^ito BMdi via 
{,e tekl at tti mafei koktag heuM 
nt Padfic kmam and Tnalrin 
iRoad, in. the city d yiifnia 

. Bead), ^e of Vugmia. on l\iea- 
^y, NevtfolMr SB, 1S« at U o'- 
cjodk in Ite mMiai«. fw tiM ptr- 

~ pose d cooiritfarJ^ and dalena^ 
ing by v(^ irtMlter «d i^nemnt 
to merge li^ saU baA aad FM 
ft MertSiaflto* National Baok. lo- 
catai ffl the dfy (tf lUdnxnd. 
^ate <rf Virgiida, OBdor (he pro- 
\isMns o( tile taws of die lAuted 
States, shaU be ratified and ooo- 
firmed, mitj/Ki to (he apfstjval of 
the CdtnptitiUer of ttie Currency. 
Washing^. D- C., and (w the fm- 
pose (rf votk% 190D any other mat^ 
t^s inddffliil (0 the pn^^oaed 
mer^ of ttie two banks. A copy 
of the aforenid affteeomt, exe- 
(Sited by a roajwlfy of ttej&ect- 
ors (rf each of the two )mks, {»i>- 
viding fw the marger, is (n fib 
at the bffik Aid may be injected 
during iMttiness hours. 

J G£»RGE T. WMMH, 

^ • r Caatter. 



dajv ate due piiriioAioa hermL, 
mi A) wlwl nay be nee a wary 

to pr^d hta tatareM tai ttto mA 
A o^^— Terte: 

xm Y. vmmBss, oaik. 

Bf. Mary M. fiitte, O.C. 
fted W. I^er. p.q. ' 
LawBuOiiH 



tItiliWAi 

b the Ctrcuit Court of the dty 
of Vta^nia B«adi oo flie 14th day 
of Oc^t^ba, mk 



•jMmwmm 



NariCE OF PROPOSED 
^ly^NK MERGK 

Notice Ja faenby f^m tint ap- 
plicatioo has been R»de to the 
Comp^ifBtT «i the Omrei^, 
Wa^iiqgton S. D. C, f«r his con- 
sent to a morger ol Bank of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Vir^nia B^di, Vh-- 
ginia asd Fint It Mw^u^ Na- 
tional fttnk. Ru;hmdiujl, Vlrg^iia. 

It is contesnplaled that all offi- 
ces of tte aboveniamed biffiks wfl! 
continue to |>e operated. * 

This mAke is publi^iei] peraudt 
to section 18 (c) ol the Federal 
Deposit bisiranee Act 

BANt 0$" VQIGINIA ffiACH 
VffiGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 

NATIONM. BANK 
RICHnORD, YfEtmOk 
October 21, 1S86. ^ . 

¥<. 10-21-81 



In tiie Matter of the mtkTE 
OF J. CAIpEN miADY, De- 
ceased. 
It ai^earkig tfiat a r^wt ei 
the account of the Virgfaiia N^oD- 
al Batak and a B, K^Dam, Ebte«»- 
tors oP the Mate of J. C^ndeo 
Brad^. d^s^oei omI <rf ttie d^bte 
and dernndi against Us «rta^ 
htt beai fited tai the Clerk's Of- 
^ of^ this Court, and that more 
tiiaa dx monte have eU^isad 
siiKe tile qualificatim (tf ttie Ex- 
eoitora, <n mc^in of tiie Virgil 
Ntfonri Bslrvtt R. B. KtiUra. 
Executora <d Ae Estate ttf J. Cam- 
den Brady, deceased, it is 

ORDERED that ^ oneditMrs 
of an! aO odios tarta-'^ed to the 
aforesaM E^te ^ rihw cause, 
if any tfa^ can. on the asth day 
d fiomeim, 1985. at 10:00 o'clodc 
a.m., before tiie Circuit Court of 
tte Oty of Vir^nia Beach, at its 
Court Room, ^ahist die paym^t 
and ddhwy of the Est^ of J. 
Cdmden ^dy. deceased, to Um 
I^ateei nnied in bk will hereto- 
fore probated In the dot's Offke 
(A tills Court, withoirt requiring i^ 
fiindiiig bonds; and H b further 

ORDERED that, the bM-egcdng 
portkiD d this drier he piriiliihed 
hi the Virginia Beach ^n onc« 
a wedc for four ^cxes^ve weeks. 
4 Copy-Taste: , 

JOm V. FENTRESS. Clerk 
By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
KeUan ai^ S^Qam ^ 
(Stuart R. Rays) 
Board d Tr»fe 
Nwfolk, Vh-giala . 

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Virgmyk Jw«4» SUN, Thyttdyw^jg^iMJfelt^ .. 



Ng».^^ 



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a^ pntag hi At C^vtA Court 
ol ttM C% tf Vb|^ Beach. Vb^ 
gUa, la la attach te proRif^ af 
the d^atet. iuan I. nbei. 
iBMwn tf NO. UN Adams MU^ 
Vtoi^via Beadi. Vhg^ wmt 
partidda^ daie-bed aa: 

AH that cert^ lot, {riect « 
pan^ of tand, with Ae. bi^ 
tap «Mt'tai9re««mei^ ttMnM 
rituab hi the aty of VfrMi 
BeMJi. Vlr^a. aad known, 
nunborad aed dei^MMad as Lot 
Fhw Bndred For^-two <SI2) 
jN Aown on the fltt of Jktion 
Four (4). lli^wilwwi. which 
laki fd^is d^ <d reoord to te 
CSvk's driM of thi.(%tnilt 
t^ourt «( fl« City of Vfa-gbita 
Beach, ^rgbda, fai Map Book 

tt, lA pme ii, 

ta the hamtt ol the C^DrfeacbfaU I 
and the ^d^itedness owii^ by 
nld CoDefandi^ to said Msod- 
aot. and to adbjeci m mat to 
the paymwt of tiie kicbl^di^ 
d. said Jam«i I. Il^iar to ti» 
{daintift in^ the sum of Twoity- 
Fhw HuhM <!■»'«> DoDtfs. 
wUh^hitfaest team SegkeoAm i^ 
vm, mttt pakl. 

iUedavit htsvia^ bean di% ffled 
diat the princ^ defoidairt b a 
n^i-r^kiait of this State and that 
his last known address is c/e 
Tr«Dt MiUs. Rtane, Gew^, and 
ft j^q)ea)^ tfiat s«yioe upon 
said principal def«idaiA cannod 
be had tai ttiis state, it is ordered 
that ht do aniiear, witUa toi ,days 
aSim Aie publication of tills ordte", 
aod do what may be necessary to 
imiect his unrests herein. 

And it is (»da^ tiiat ttiis or^r 
be piUished once a wedc Mr 
four successive wedts ^ tiie Vit- 
ginla Bea(^ Baa, a iwwspapo- 
puliished in tiie City of VU-gtaia 
Beach, Virgtaiia. 

Tfe^: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Cl«k 

By: R. H. West, D. C. 
Peter 0. Miller. p.<t. , 

i. '*' 10-21-4t 



COMMONW^LTH OF VIRGINIA 

In Uie Clerk's Offke of tiie Cir- 
cuit Court of '"tile City of Virginia 
Beach, OQ^^ 4&^ d Odober. 

1965. 

Order of FnMealia 

CAROL JdTCE FRAN25iM«fe, ' 
Plated, a^unit ~ 



OOH^til^ to MMrt^ tt lAM 

&tBK^ 9t pgpetmmBKk m aannir 
aU, VMaHtmi^ Bsbert mam, 
and Ote h^v. dfe^dates. and aae- 

HMde, inNatt soadt iHr m/$ 
town port oOce aAkM b«Ml 
Vir^Ua B^AA, Vfr^Bla. . ,, 

(Seeond): l^i^ e«i^ aT # 
Aif^idants II Ms iv^ riiiy w^ 
nuffi^d, and tf 80, Ae ^nJte wl 
^fespec^ comortt are flf- 
knewtt, and mir VUt kaown port 
^&:« addrsaaes^ e« mknwni, 
11u^ aoqaa of ttoi may iMve 
di^ to^rii^ h^n, decern, » 
pMtomd rqiTMee^tlnB. tf 10, 
tha nam«i <tf said hpfa?, devlae«i. 
and pNtanal r^refeotativea ai« 
unknown «id tt^ U^ port c^Bce 
adihvaaes ire ui^ncnro. That 
Acr« are tt td^ be penoM 
rtlwr tiian Ihoae nHned hi tiia 
BiQ d Cm^^Bi hiteresled hi tlw 
real eatat«^4o be dispoaetf of bi 
tills nif whose names aid lart 
kmwn post d&ce ad(hrMsaa u« 
unknown. 

It is, tbinfijra, OREWSED that 
the above nmiad p«K»a, tf Bvfaig 

^— -1 ii J- -J III ,1, I, .11 ■ J '. t 

on a qctq, uNir Ileus, aemecit 
ami persMial reppoffltativea, and 
if married, fi^ r^iecthw eon- 
sorts, and an persons otinr than 
tiioM heretai nuned, wte are' or 
m^t be intopested hi tiia f«al 
ertate to be disposed (tf to this 
sutt, wh(se names rt« ai^aowa, 
do appear within ten days ilto' 
due pid4icati(Mi d tills nrtl^ Iml 
do iriiat is necessary to 'ptdKi 
tiieir interests. It is hfftiier OR- 
DERED) ttiat Uie fcureffifaig pertioii 
of his order be [wbliilad ooce • 
we^ for four succ^irive weda 
in tile Virginia Beach Sun, a newt- 
papa- drculat»l in tiie Gty d 
Virginia Beach, Vh>^lnia. 
J. V. FENTREffi. Oei* 
By Mary M. White, D.a 
Benard GLasaa*. p.q. 
S04 Plaza One 
Norfolk iO, Virginia 

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Sdea and aenrlea. Prompt ff- 
fickat repaln. Pick up and de- 
ll^. Phone m4SaL Fud 
Feed k BuikUng SuppUea. In& 



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90 ArflclM For Sal* 



We vedaUze in kitdien oMaets, 
home in^vemo^ ud m$ 
t^ of rttop work. Call Pooda- 
itiaa Mm Work rt 3001 Soutii 
Lynnhaven Ro«l, S«H5GaO or III- 
M2 ev«di^ 



HAND4IADE ei^teeUh century 
rtyle ccwnar cabinet |21^.00. AH 
wo(d ^ay broa<flouni carpet and 
psri 18*8" by 29'10". Over 50 square 
ywdb I1SO.00. 2 Pemb*-(^'> tables 
I3S.0O. eKh 1 cfown and end tal^ 
^,00. 1 Venetiffii scene paintii^ 
$40.00. Can 428-7672. 



IttNTAL REAL ESTATl 



ill Apartmantt Furnittwl 



^ 



_ VIRGINUi , 

JA Uie Clerk's Office of flie Ch> 
cult Court of tiie City of Virgil 
^ach (ffl the 14th day of October. 
188^ 

IN CHANCERY 



VDtGTOA 

In tiie Clerk's Office d tiie Cb^ 
cuit Court of tiie City cl VirgtoU ' DANIEL SHERMAN SMITH. JR.. 
Beach on tiie ISth day of OctdMr. , Ctanplainant. vs 



The c^ject (tf tills suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo inabinMHili 
from the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion for more tiian 
a period of one year. 

And an itffidavit having been 
made and ffled tiiat tiie defemlant 
i$ a non-residoit of tiie State of 
Virginia, tiie last knows port office 
address being: General Delivery, 
Cleveland, Ohio, It is ordwed tiiat 
he do ai^ar here witiiin ttai (10) 



1965. 

MOdrel F. FiAer. PlatotHt.^ ,. 
w. 

James t Fisher, c/o Trent MITs, 
Rome, Georgia. jNndfnl De- 
(endai^ and— v~~^ ~ 

Burt. 1304 Adams Road, Vir- 
ginia Beach. Vi^inia, Co-De- 
fffidants, and t 

James A. Murj*y, Jr., Janes P. 
HcGedn, James E. Spinla« Rob- 
&i C. Sullivan, and WQliam J. 
Swaimer, HI, partners, doing 
burned unto- tiie name of 
Murphy nd McGedn^ 27 l^Hn- 
cess Aniw Plaza Mall, Vlr^a 
B«l<di. Vfr^nia, Oi-Defendants. 
Itie object of the above entitied 



_ NQIKEl 
Oonbractors li Home BuiMert- 
Lrt m h^ you with ifaiA new 
bonoa — addittons — (m- repahi. 
Wfl (aa himirti mitterials tram 
bamntnt to attic and aM ]mi hi 
fbiMcfaig. 
tliOBa: Kdlam Ik Eatoi, Inc. 
(1) 426-2861 
428-3750 

m^m - _ 

tin 

NE^ AND REPAIR WORK 

I^mMig — Heatii^ 

Electrical - Ah: Coodittonfaig 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 

AND ELECTRICAL 

SUPPLIERS, mo. 

^hone 42MMe 

114ktti 



DIM^A-MATIC zig sag sewhig 
machuM hi modten style cabhiet. 
Repoeaeated; assume payment of 
|7J0 nw^ or pay batamce of 
ia.20. Free Ixune <kmonttratb»L 
2-U-tfo Write "Credit Mttiager," Box 128, 
Care Vii^hiia Bea(di Sim. 10-7^^ 



LOW winter rates imtfl Juiw 1st, 
or ^arly. Also nM»^. Locrte^ 
in tile h^ot d tiie b«teh, oe» 
ocaan front. 428«713. u>4l-tfn 



115 HousM— Fur^hirf 



AmOMATIC 1965 
SNGER ZIG-MG 
Beautiful conditbn. No attach- 
BM!^ tfe needed to make but-^ 
torinles, mmogrdoi^ «tc. Tata 
over 6 payments of f7 10 or |C60 
cash. Call now 
85^^11. 



CCMiIPUTTELY himished two b«i- 
room apartmeiA. 175 par natmtii. 
(Mm bech-omi. |80. Alw m^l 
room, f 12.50 per week. CiOl 428- 
9180. ^ U^l-tfa 

APARTMENTS or rooms. WcAly 
or numtiily. Heat^. AH iitflitiiB 
fumi^ed. App^ Town Ikiuaa Mo- 
tel, 206 24tii Street lO^-Un 



muSE for rent. . ftxi^Uhei • 
rooms k batit. Ctn^teMr f^' 
nished. 511 21rt ^rttt CM Mrs. 
Davis, .813 2ist Straat «i«ll. 



1^ U. ^f..W V»» ^.M.w 

Credit d^artment. 
V 10-2»4!n 



^NNOUhiaEMENTS 



IMPLOYMBir 



it N»$ Win|ad-J8aiiiaia 



n Hw»trtwW Goadt 

For tiie Dr^ fumitin-e upholste^ 
ing mi r^nishhig call ^8- 
6377. Itintop U^xdstaring Co., 
1000 Vij^inia B^kJi Boulevard. 
Free «thnates-i[^ck-(Q> and de- 
livery. New and used furniture 
fiar sale. 

7-22-tfil 



S^«Uo apartnaeot, fumii^, fai- 
dwta^^U utilities. Gas heat. Air- 
c(Ni(Utkmed. Good location. Year^ 
roit <tf sev^ty-five dollars ((75.- 
00) per montii. Call 4284W) or 8^ 
6861. 10.14-lOt 



FOR RENT: imaB hmae. Tw- 
Dished, miitdile for eo^a fxif. 
Api^y Mrs. a W^ 6M Dda- 
ware Avenue. <iB-584i 10-7-4: 



118 Rant ar Sal* 



1 bedroom fumidi^ apartm^t. 
|SS per month. Couple or two 
gentkanen. Call 428-S234. 10-14-t&i 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



10 SfMClal NoHcat 



VlOUEfT STONE, ROBERT 
.^rONE. ET ALS, Ddendaots, 

Oi^er of FnbiicadM 
T3ie object of the above rtyled 
aiit is to ertabli^ and quiet th0^ 
title to the o(»iplainant. Iteaid 
Sioinan Smidi. Jr., to tha prep* 
erty described as Parcel No. 7 



ANY PERStm wltnesshig an au- 
tomobile acxklfiit at tilt uitersec- 
tim d Vi^hda Beaidi ttvd. nid 
Piazh Trail, Tu-ginia Beaeh, Sat- 
urday, S^itembar 4. 196, aboat 
10 A.M. invohnng a sportscar (TR- 
4) aiKl a black Ford, plrase call 
HA 2-2207 (X write Ttw 'Vh^;faiia 
Beadi Sua, 'Box No. 126. 
^. , MS4fa 



L4DT. knowledge d music help- 
fi'Ljihve k Img Musi; C(»npany, 
S7 Mnc^ Anne Bazx Ai^<y 
momta^ until 2 p.nL 10-38-thi 



HOSPITAUZAtlON POUOT * 

issind I'egardliis^^ i^a or esraa- 

ing ortmic condltka. No waiting 

on tiie Plat d Newsome Farm^ | pc^ nonnal illness or aoeld^a. 



PU^ItY of beabeitl Excellent 
opp(N'iunity. Hi^ coinmitdnD. Bn- 
nus i^ and otiier ii»:entlves. U- 
ceoaad or unlk^n^ -will tra'ti. 
Part thm — fuD time. Lynnhavoi 
Cohiqjr and Vh-gfaila Beach Area.. 
Sea Jack Cross. Dmipsos Hal 
Estate Co., 2906 Shore Drive. 464- 
asBS. __^ M4ffl 



100 IK30MS FOR RENT 



ROOM^ witii private bath, private 
oitrance. Hot watet* and basebo^ 
Ittrt. $12J0 p^ we^. By ye». 
42M017. 1048-tfa 

109 Aplt., Fum.— Unfum. 



For rent by owner. Spactott 2- 
bedroian apartmetrt. Call 4^-3196, 
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. , IMl-tfn 

One mid two be^ooiK SMraWiad 
apartma%s. Year nXtad. Call 
08-2724 or 428-6666. 



PINEWOOD GARXMElp -> Neffl- 
beach and bases. Will reOI far $115 
per nnonth or seD. Pay HH sad 
assume paym^its (rf ^ per 
month. Orser will Wp fj^pge. 
Call 340^1444 anytime 10-144& 



REAL ESTATE FOR SALI 



IM HmitM For Sal* 



41 hMp Wan f ad Mala 



\ii^ich is duly of record hi the 
Clerk's C^ce of t^e Cteuit Court 
of tiie Caty (rf Virgteia l^ch. VJr* 
gmia, m Map Book 59, page 48. 

And it appearing from tiie aver- 
merOs of tiie Bill' (tf Ccmni^ahtf 
filed herdn and l| affidavit duly 
Ked: 

(First): 7!iat,due dillg^ice has 
bera used 1^ mm! (» b^alf(tf tiie 



Phone AfA M616. 



l(V7-ifii 



AUTOMQTrVE 

20 Automobiiaa For Sala 

CoDVcrtablej i9S6 Ford V-8. $250. 
ExceOett medbaak^ conoitfcm. 
Good ^. See at WOaon's Suno^ 
CO Station, 542 Laskk Bdad. 

10-144£d 



ALTERATIOW>-RH>ll«S 

ADDITIONS. ALTERATIONS - 
Reptachig fbor joists and sills, 
porches and steps. Leave your 
building problems to us. Sdber, 
20 years expoience. Ihaidc you. 
B. F. Bell. Jr. MA 241386. 8-1N& 

WALSH AND SONS 
Building and RemocMing 

We will tniikl your dream hcKoa 
or make your presoit one a 
dream to Uve m. Bank financ- 
ing. Dial 587-9410 anythne. 

8-19^ 



GENERAL CQNTRACTmG 

All types (tf home imfHtivements 
& remoddhig. 'Heating r^iahrs 
and ustallations. ALL WORK 
GUARANTEED. Bank fmandng. 
Call Mr. Stamm, 487-^1 or 627- 
9543. ^ 'm 



ADDITIONS - Ahsnimaa^jhihlg 
fiber^Utts, atcme. aoourtie|d ti^ 
floor coming, my type dpi^iic- 
tion; free estimates. DiitHUght 
Court. Cb. JU 3-2011; JU 8-72S6. 



ADDITIONS - Alteration jBtch- 
ens remodeted, nxtfhig, 4^^^ 
siding, (Kamnerdal re|^dM.,BeM 
C(»irtructkin Compffi^. Sii-lSOS 
after 5 p.m., 497462. ^ 



HOME imiMTOvemeirtsMtf m 
We do our Wtn^ ourselves, 
for free ertiinates; B&R, 420^851: 




SLIP covets 



DRAPERJJSS-Sl4> Covo^— E^.. 
skilled aairtance in s^cting c^- 
orator fabrics,. custom fitted by 
oqiorts in you' home. Satirtac- 
pod piaranteed. Call 588-2411; 

UNDSCAPINO - TREES 

Time to s^ your lawn and trim- 
n^ (rf evo-greais; we 'also do 
pflntii^. maintenaiwe and tree 
work. Free estimate. Teeuw«i 
BrotiiCTS Nursery, S87-3«8 day or 




BUSINESS a PROFESSIONAL 
> DIRECTORY < 



MOVINd 



mam moving & bauuhg. 

T^fy4tm hoars a day. Vave 



#LttMMiiO 



n«(ApNG^ Heathig iteptfrs. 
Bal iid tiitt ^^ coOide^, 
\att$k»' remod^sd, teii^rs hi- 
rt£^ Tor free.e^mate caO W. 
W. I^HaMn. ^-0687. 



^MmoutttiiG 



ypHOLSTE^VNG, refiniaWng, ffe- 
pa^tog. retUrtag. twmty-ioar 
yeiirs ^iperiaKss ^b^ niake a 
Mitm^ C^p .li^lrtering. 
cm UL 5«44 or ShWSi. 



MORTOAGES-LOANS 



»)RROW (Srect from an ap- 
proved kical laider. Con^jar«Mis 
invited. Residential md Industrial 
Loan Con^any (RD/X)). 23 Sel- 
den >^cade. Call MA ZtSOL 



AUTOMOBILES 



Are yoa kwkiiig f(n- a 2nd car? 
If you are htorested hi, some of 
tiie bert deals hi town, 1962 
DMidels and up; bxpih^.at 27tii 
and diurch Sts. or phone 822 

8-19-tfn 



AWNINGS 



ALCOA Aluminnn 
estimates. CjOl 420-1284 



Free 
S'lO-tfn 



COSMETICS & PBUHJMES 



Mcrl« Normin CosmoHa 
Merle Nmnuu Comrtics now 
has a ^idk> at 22ni k Atiantic 
Av«. I%one 4284151. 8-19-tn 



PAINTING 



Paintmg, Roofing, Caipentry 
work - No down payment Irt 
payment 6 months after wih^ is 
completedt, 6224141 or 8254061 



PAINTING — Interior, extow; 
work dcHtt reaanably; free esti- 
mates; call 5&44t0. 



PLASTERING 



PATCHWORK 

Spedaiirt! Rooim. ceiUi^, in- 
dividual win do, at low^t cort. 
Free estusiate. Any size j(A>. MA 
7-4037. SrlO^fn 



CONCRETE WORK 



DRIVEWAYS - WaO^, 40 cents 
square tod; patio iS^xW, |B8. J- 
D. Baker, 8^8-2414. 



Conci^te placuig ud fiau3iliM{; 
custom work; White Ccncrcte 
Service; dial 34MNB8. 



CHAIUJES L. BLACK— c{«icrrte 
work, driveways, walks, pMkt, 
jpmdaoi; .free otmatet; 8^ 
0614, anytime. »-Ji4fB 



carNtts 



CARPET FACTS-I can atll new 
Irt qitt%^ coittuioin flkneiit iqr* 
km for 2J0 sq. yrd.. r^qltf 7.98; 
DuPont 501 and CarpolMi nykm 
for 3.99 sq. yrd. 28.coto4. TwBaL 
CaQ Mr. Parker,, MA M81*. 



TILE 



Cenanic viayl asftait tetaOa- 
tions aiul repah^. .Wl^cslde 
TUe. Dial UL 34661. 8-)0-tfii 



BRICK MASONS 



BRICKWORK - Stras. fireplaces, 
chimneys, steps buUt. r^aued; 
diai|iNrs.BfA 7-2793. 



VENETIAN BLINDS 



ALTERATIO^^ — Repairs and 
washing! Call Carl 622-7230. C. 
A. LuiAilad Co.. 606 W. 24tii St 

8-19^ 



BRICK 
FILL 

Ideal For Roadways 
Spacalizing la , 

• Ufod Lumbor ami 
BMMing MafiftUI 

HAuMiacri4is 

CO., INC. 
MA 5-7030 



.IPPOUT^ MTY FOa \UN IN 
OUR ll'FX OIL DE^APr-MFJiT 

w^Ly TO P.O. aosL •.seat- 
ing \r.h, EX^ERTZN 1) A*«' 
RF^FKRFJ^X ES. PE tMANi;*^ T 
POSITION. ' lO-.U'-'f" 



APARTMENTS hirnifihed and un- 
ftunirtied. Lmdcm Bridge. Gate- 
wood Park. 8 fiffnished. $B5.0O aid 
1 uitfurnished f^.OO. Mr. Dellart. 
3404881. lO-28-lt 



110 Afiartwnfs Unfum. 



2 BEDROOMS. KNOTTY PINE 
LIVING ROOM .MODERN KITCH- 
EN AND BATH. MONTHLY OR 
YEARLY RENTAL.* 8 BLOCKS 
FROM OCEAN. CONVENOa^' 
TO FT. STORY AND OCEANA 
N.A.S. CALL 587-4778. IF NO AN- 
SWER CAIX BACK IN MORN- 
ING. 8*4fa 

TORNESIED iiparfaient now for 
rent Year round rate. Heat ami 
wata furmrtiecL Aln winter rate 
for vwfflrers and t«i(iiera. Call 
H. G. Moore. Jarvis k Kitcto^ 
428-7756, 8-12 tfa 



PLENTY of bushieas! E^ceBmt 
opportonity. H^ commission. Bo- 
nus idan and (^her taicrativet. Li- 
caaed d unUcoised— will train. 
Part tfane - fUU time. Ljnudiayea 
Cohiny wd Vkginia 3each Area. 
See Jack a(M8, ComiiaM Real 
E^te Co.. 2906 Shore Drive. 464- 



2 BEDIU)Q1£S, livhig room, dinhig 
ro(Hn, kitchoi, batii, first floor, 
yard. Conv^ent to shopphig. Rea- 
sonable ye^ly rratal. Phone own- 
& .— 428^ w 4284143. »-30-t& 



APARTMENTS — Ftotiistod or 
unftimijned. Yearty or seas(nal. 
Cooper Realty. 206 2Stii Street, 
428-1331. Nights 4284833. 

8-2-tto 



Several furnished and unfurnished 
apartments in tiie Lynnhav»i 
ddcny; area. Sb&K Drive. Call 
Compass Real Ertate Compaqsr, 
4844888. 8-264to 

111 ApartnMntt Fumithad. 



Needed — 3 men hnmediatdy for 
managtf trahiee Ingram. Must 
be attentive and career mhided. 
Call 4284142. 

U-19 tfn 



CAB DRIVERS. Service men ac- 
cepted. No ocperience necessary. 
1884125 weekly. We pi^ for City 
permit. Also free nam reat. Safe- 
way Taxi. '3762 Shwe Drive, Vir- 
a Beach. 46442S2. 9-234&1 



42 Hdp Wanted 
-Mabor NmaW^ 



HANPOWER. INC. 
intGENIlY NECM 



Wi have hnroediate awignm^*. 
mngr adjaceitf to Vhrjj^ BmA. 

NO FEE 
Tim off. between jobs wka ^ 

rtreA-work on tijese teeafte#y 
Jobt wto cenvenietU Id you. 
i^KNie now tor taterview tod jek 
627466L 

tte. 
m Boi^ l^reet 

. SJ74fa 

43 PaalHon Wanlad^^Miala 



COMPLETELY furni^ied. 1 and 2 
room effictendes. S(Hne'with wall 
to wall carpet. $60. monti)ly. hi- 
duding water, gall 4288060 a: 
4284701. ^ 9-Si3^ 

CaVALIER DBIVe — Furnished 
4-room cottage. Call MA 245% or 
GA 84205. 



1 and 2 bedroMns near base. 1 
near ocean. Year nxind rentairAt- 

b*actively furnished. Call 428-5897; 

10-28-tin 



Austin's Court Mo^ Apsfftmoits, 
206 - 19tii Street Efficiency 
apartinents. AU utilities ftur- 
i^ed. AIh), 4Hroora apartSMiit 
and tonirtied nmns. Bkck 
from Bus Ert^m. By week or 
montii. 

tfiti 



VIRGINL^ BBACH-Choice nei^ 
bortiood near Cavalier Hotel 
QuataH Early American luidc wtti 
slate roof, to l^autSid ^tting. Hds 
4 bedrooms, 2% batiis, centor balL 
Under |40,000. CaU 4284441 Frank 
Atitinson Real EsU^. 54tti 1^ At- 
laj#: Ave., Virghiia BemA. 

BACK BAY SECnON - Gum 
Bridge Ro«l near CSiarity CSiurdu 
New 3 bednxvn, IVi bath bona 
on iV* acre site. Price $14400100. 
L(»nX)N BRIDGE ROAD. Pfot- 
tin^am Estates. Hew WA 
hom^. 3 be(h-oom, IV^ bath, c^ 
water. Good finandng. 817,900 to 
$18,200. 

DUPLEX: Gatewood IHtrk. Lon- 
don Bridge. 2248 PdHer Road. 
Good ratal ptGpa^. ^^2^1^ 
32* block building qn retff of bt 
Price $16,800. 

DUPLEX: 2251 Wolf Street, Lo»« 
dcm &klge. Refd nke Mdl on 
wooded lot. l^edtnc teat, butt ui 
ranges. F.H.A. af^aised. .$17^ 
Mr. DeHart 3404591 - 8484871 
34M311. IMS'K 



Livfaig room, bodnxm,/ Iritchtn, 
baOi. Convaii«^ ^d^^rtwRphig, 
cluut:hes, laundrpmat. Very 
reasonable y^u'ly rental. Pacific 
Avemie. Phone owner 08-5016 
or 428-2143. 

' 7-284fn 



1 BEDROOM fumisted apartmoit 
All utilities furni^ed, me (rf au- 
tomatic washhig mactdae. Ywfy 
roital. 890| per nwirfh. CaU 428- 
6682. 94-tfO 



OASSIFIED DBPUt 
WSTRLCTMDI^ 



HARDIN 




Brutow Hai 

312 - 38th StrMt 
yirfinia BmicIi 



tdr 



REAL ESTATE 



113A Hou80», Furnithod 
or Unfumishad 



House, tiiree bedrooms, unfiir- 
nished. 515 Pinewood Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beach. Yearly rental. Call 
428-3680 or 8356M1. 10-14-lOt 

FURNISHED or unfurnished— ga- 
rage apartment 2 b^ocsn, living 
ruom and kitchen. Wat«;^ ftu-- 
nished. $86 monthly. AVaikble. 
Call 4284425. lO-21-tfh 



LADY wanto diy work. CaU 428- 
1338 dba 6 pjn. 10-28-2t 



LIVEST0CK-PETS 



70 



AH— Othar Pats 



CATS free to tiie ri^t people. 
Call 42840S0; Ext 400. 10-21-2t 






y^ID Qolemdn oil haters. SrHafll 
sitt. 35,1^ B.T.U. $20 each Have 
4 1 used fkxff furnace. $28.00. Qe- 
Uart Court, Curp., 317 Gr«rt Nedt 

mii: lo^u 



$K.OO. 3 Toatns and baUi. Fully 
funiished. AH utilities. 210 22nd 
Sti^et. Apply after 5 p.m. 10-28-ttn 

l^ORTH END — Small furnislwd 
^lartm^t. Small rental. Exchange 
fiSr occupancy during winter. Call 
08-7431. 10-28-lt 

VIRGINIA BEACH-12tn Street 
dizy, convenient Near (y»an. Yard 
jMirking; sniall cottage or 2 bed- 
rcwm duplex. Sunpordi. Fireplace. 
HB^Sm, 428-2542. 10-28-U 



FURNISHED efficiency apartment. 
3 ro(»ns and batii. Call 428-1273. 

10-2841 



LUXURY summer studio apart- 
n^nts for winter rental. Desigmd 
for discriminating couples or bach- 
dors. Kitchen, dining area, bar 
divide, and swuimung pool. All 
utilities furnish^. Apply, BLUE 
MARUN LODGE, 2411 Pacific 
Avoiue. 9-23^ 



OCEANA — Clean fumisted apajt- 
ment. Plenty storage. Resid^tlal 
area near base bus, large yard 
Owner. 428^2256. 9-23-t^ 



$E^G\^9&icHiN^.^ mm:^ 

etisc^c pmt^des. Reoondttkined 
ffiid guaranteed. 3 oofy to idl irt 
$13JS. Free bon^ (ietiibfl^a>i|. 
Write "Steg ItiehlW.'* m ttr. 
Care Vir^nia Beach &Ai. l&^74t 



CAVALIER DRIVE-Spacious 2 
bedrooms, furnished, air condi- 
tkqied, Iwat, washer & dryer. Call 
HA 2-45;^ or GA 84205. 9-29-ltrrP 

II llP f I L «. ■■! ^ — -, , , , ,. — — ^^ 

FUJiNlSHED apartment — livh^ 
roctn, bedrown. kitctenette, bafli 
& lar^ doset. Conrfortable, clsan 
W^ htetoi, centrkrkication. Ntar 
^i^n. $€ per month. Water fur- 
dlshid. Call 4284860 or «S-7827. 

iO-21.tfb 



Several furnished and un^onidied 
hduses in the Lynnhaven Cokmy 
area. Shore Drive. Call Compass 
Real Estate C(»npany, 464-3583. 

848-tfn 



115 Houtas — Fumish*<i 



VIRGINIA BEACH - Near bases 
and beach. Small cottage fur- 
nished. No deposits. $50 montii. 
Coupte only. No pets. 3408329. 



Saks - Reikis 

Custom Buihttag 

Short-term Kid yearly 

ANCHOR REALTY 

«8-74ll aivtime for aorvk^^ 




BUSMESS SERVK3 



Ask Your fye Physician 
About 

TRAYLOA'S 

GUILD OPTICIAN 
Serving Virginia Baach 

1369 LMkia Rd^ Va. BMch 

Bernmrd H. McNaman, Me- 

GArdea 8-4020 



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CUSSIFIED DISPUY 

1 



AUCTIONS 



Mnnry Riqanto 
Auction Company 

I'.iii'liil \ III ••'iiirn k |,|ii ,(i-.i r 
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A€l^ANi>ISE 



Fireplace 



WOOD 

We DeUvar 
1237 Oceana Bhrd. 

428^683 10-^tiB 



REAL ESTATE 
EXAM COURSE 

State Licease Pnipu-atonr 

Day aad Evi^ainf CUm^ , 

Clashes Inttrueted By Prac^ 

ticiag Attoraay aBd.^JI^- 

ctentari R«al EsUt* Bri&«r^ 

Pat* Stata Board Eaaal 

Eaail)r-->EaroU Now 

COMPLETE COURSE— $38 

Tidewater's Most 

Experienced School 

NMoUc-^tsmoiirti 
REAL ESTATE SCHOOL 

GoMea Triaatl* BuiMiaf 
PH0li$Ji^-3074 



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Reliaits 

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J^Hrtait jCiiatt— !■» 

322 . mh StrMt 

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ARrS COMPLETE HOME SB^m^E 

PAINTING. WINDOW WAniNG * RBPAttS 

, ikhme improvemds^ts 
' Fall cubaning 



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Vifginic 



»iN, Thursday, Ocrober 28. 1965 




mIoUa from Mour 

Agricultural Ag^nt 

E. R. "CMCK" COCKRELL, JR. 



BEl?Alt£ OF FREEZING |N SUDAN GRASSES 
&>«»(« of failed M- ft-ocen sorghums, sudan grass, and sudan- 

time all contain dhurrin. a glucoside which upwj breaking down 
l^eimi prussic acid or hydrocyanic acid. The amwint varies. For 
liiUnee, sudan grass contali» only two-fifths as much pnissio acid 
m maiQr sor^uras grown tinder the same conditions. Sudan-sorghum 
^naam are Mmrwdiate. 

frosting » firenii^ c«wes the prussic acid to be rdeased quickly. 
tlMif mska^ nidan or aor^ian very dang«Dus to graze. 

Wbw wdui or sorghum is left in the field for several days fjllowing 
j^ frost wWch did not. completely kill the plants, the prussic acid 
oaiteirt^ Ukdy to in($Mse appreciably. . "*" 

Birt mm though the frosted crop has stood for several days and 



the pl*Mtfe acid conteiH of the greoi material is high onoush to be 
task ta ttvtttoc^. it is iwially safe to make silage, hay, or fodder from 
Ma IMtarU. The pru^c .acid scapes in gasemis form during 
gniffllifl and when the silage is being moved and {ed. 

9amm, A»t self-feed silage made from frosted or frozen sudan 
W ieciliiini until a chemical teat is made to determine if prussic acid 

U' presttt*. - ' ----'—:»' _j 

Bitf aoo*t^ fflxier «iy iWhditions.^^WriiftWl to griwe frosted 
or frown sudan ai>d sorghum stubble untU it is dead and thoroughly 

"Redudng Economic Losis feased by Birds" will be one of the 
iab)ects to^ be discussed at the I7th annual Pest Control Operators 
aort Courae at Virginia tech November 10-12. ' __^ 

F. Nel«jn Swh*. Jr.. of Harrisonburg will be the splicer. He is 
^strict agent. Branch Predatwr and Bodent Control,^ U.S. Department 
erf the Interior. ^ « - . , 

Ot^ topics will cover: new developnents in the pest control m- 
duati^- piAlic relatiois: termite control recognition of wood destroy- 
faig insects; new areas for extension of the pest^ control businesi; dog 

A wmpoaium on "The Custom Api^cators' Rote in Using PesUcides 
Corrwtly" wffl also be held. Demonstrations of pest conU-ol safety 
oukxnent and materiids are also listed on the proJ^am- 

The meeting is spoiwored by Virginia Tech and the Virginia ^.ate 
Pest Control Association, llie association wiU elect ne-v officer? at 
Ae meeting. Current presklent is James D. Moore of Richmond. 



Up Like... 



% a cWM. .Helkweei is idress- 
big up tte a tigK andri^teg aU 
IN <lo«fedls in <i« ii#0ibofhood. 
$t's tricking the i»4 »«* *x^, 
tato tfainkii^ you're a real hungry 
tiger so she'U treat you to bttbWe 
i^sn aaad caod^. 

To a wstim, HaUoweao is 
stoddi^ u^ w biiMe gum md 
■ caady for vtetttag foWins. It's fran- 
tically searching arwmd for a cos- 
JIOEne to d(Mdi ywir own little trkk- 
or-treito' in ^proi»iatfe mystery 
for M^bdtra^lBg mission. 

fta fuM {Htutlcal sohition to 
the ftdidmi is (rffer^ this y«ir 
to On ivra of pajamas that itmt 
hh tt co^raes. ceporto titt Na- 
^Md Cotton CoibkU. ^ 

DedMd out in bold jungle {nints 
that duplicate marking of a tiger, 
pas^, or SB^n«, these eotito 
flnm^tta pajsnas have mwe 
Uvea flum a <:at. 'Hi^'U^Riot only 
terve Ae youi^sters ^p for Hal- 
toweeo and bedtune outi^. btA 
make ideal play costumes ttie year 

I^kA is i^led with a taU and a 
ntH^ii^ cap witii pmnted ears 
md tks uodter the chin. Pajama 
Mt hav« WHi-^d plastic soles 
that can be wiped cleui before 
the yMBigsta' beads £<»* bed. 

Tl»e (Hilflts are macWnewadi- 
abk and have a lull-lengUi front 




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SALES & SERVICE 

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For The Coming Holiday 
Season See Yoin" Favorite TV 
Proi;rams In Cdor. 




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We Have Our Own Service 
Dept for TV-Color-Black and 
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s^r that miStes them easy to 
slip on or off'. ... ._ , 

For mothers who sftw. j»attem 
companies also come to the res- 
cue with a chok* of co^ume styles 
to put any yowg^er In character 
^ ma»]u««ding. 

Ttoieliest of them all is a pat- 
tern for p gMiuine-tooklng space 
suK that goes into orbit cm Hal- 
towe«i or any play day. It's a 
oneiJiece <^tfit cwnolete witti a 
apace helmet that sproute an an- 
tenna fashioned from {ripe clean- 
en. Qjoose a water-repellent cot- 
ton for the outfit and it can be 
worn later as a SHWsuIt (minus 
Uie antenna). 

For children who mrefer the tra- 
ditional Halloween look, there's a 
pattmi for a witches' costume with 
po'nted hat. Make i^ up in black 
ooli^ed cotton and add an old 
broom for reiidile transportation. 
Stor>4KX»k claracters such as 
Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy 
make equally impropriate cos- 
times. Patterns for these outfits 
inclwie direction for making wig- 
masks from cotton rug yam. Cot- 
ton pwrcaie, gingham, or broad- 
cloth are recomm«Mied fabrics for 
the costumes^ 

In addition to these, you'll find 
othw pattern styles ranging frwn 
ctowfa suits to bunny costumes. 



The FESTIVAL Model PG2100 Seizes 
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• All channel UHF/VHF reception 

• Top mounted channel selector* ^ 

• 20,000 volta of picture power 

• New Admiral Steelbond* picture tube 

• Side mounted AInico V spcekcr , , ^ 

• Dipole teleecopic antenna \;^ 

• PG2101-Brafwn Finish on Metal Cabinet 
PG210e-Oxford Gray and Silver/Gold Finish a/ 
18" high, 22W«' wide, 13V. " deep - } 



ALL NEW 1966 
QUALITY 

COLaR TV 



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) The ADANO Model LG5381 
Masterpiece 88" Color TV 

(23* overall diagonal. 27l| sq. Ins. vitwWaarMi) 

• AdnlMl exd^ve Color Fiddity Control ... see eolon a« 
you luiow them. 

• Admiral Automatic Degauesinf Circuit . . . f uards aftteit vAoi 
impurities caused by magnetic mterference, 

• Front Video Peaking Selector . . . eliminates ghosta ia pktorta 

• Lighted Unitiied Channel Stdector . ... new aiiii^ oontrol •mmaMf 

• Admiral Color Balancn Circuit . . . maintains im^er belaiwa 
between '^olon. 

• 26.000 volts of picture power ... for brighter, sharper pictuMS 
Elegant Italian Provincial styling in genuine Walnut vraeered eabi|ket8 
with the fine furniture look. 

Model LG5381 a9>i ' bifb, 35^ ' wide, 19' dwp ^ 



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Coralass "pumpkRihaad" <drhran usuaHy wind up 
"tmm^td." But serf* drivarf wind up savhifl money 
«mi iCtaia Casuait/s qualHy Aufo-RH» hwiranca. 
Aito-RMa offare safe drhrer dhcounte and oon- 
v^ent lyuarterl/ paymtnts. Call for dotaib. 




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3111 PACIFIC AVi. - VIRGINIA BEACH 
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auaUty Portable TV 

(15* overall diagonal. 103 sq. ins. viavMUa ar&) 

,• AckniralSteelbond* IS' picture tube.., wide aai^viewiiif; 
alinunerstyUng 

• All chani^ VHF /UHF reception . . . tune evny chanad from 2 to 88 

• 14,000 vcdts of picture power . « . ibaziMr, br^ltar pfetana 

• Built-in ia(mop<4e antenna 

• Polarized Power Plug 

• Admiral QuaU^ Speaker ' 

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WG©«. Oge. - 1S^ White. 
B, of \%gala B«K^ ^ 0Oe of 4i 
iroluMeers to cMiifl t ii .to sec- 

01^ VISTA tralaing mk» held 
this ftmwner at the UflJwrsfty d 

After the s'x weA training pro- 
Twn she atd four other vduirteeri 
vere placed in positioni in the Lane 
0;uBty Youth Projert in Eugaie. 
Ote$^ for tiieir year of service 
n the nati<mal War on Poverty in 
Volunteers In Service lb ^nerica. 



Ok tewii^ WM kOei aai IhNe oUi«» erillaily l«J«tt«l •• 6«a» Nafk RMd Wc^MMiay afienioiiii 
vhcB tUs car cottUed with an oU tanker tnick. li» track driver was not ImpxtA. Both tlie car and the 
truck were demritihed, 

ONE KIOED, THREE INJURED 
IN CRASH ON GREAT NECK RD. 



VIRGINIA BBAOH - Startly 
I. after 3:90 Weifoesdi^ aftttptwi, 
I one Virginia BdK:h-teena^ was 
I .feflled and tln^ oth^s were criU- 
7 ifdly injured in a grinding near 
±%Bd-on colUsoi on Great Nedc 
L-^^ e^ xJ at tfa« eotraoce to Southern 



AcoDk#ig to Vir^a Beadi 
^ficdnan J. W. Prltchard, who 
inv^atig^ed the accidoit, Pa^ Mc- 
Brooon, of 2M1 Ruben Road, was 
pronounced drad tA General Hp»^ 
pi(ai oi Virginia Beach a short time 
after the accident. It is believed 
he had been fl(&ig in tiie rear ri^t 
side of the eompact our, ^^ co^ 
Uded with an oD taiAer truck. 



iiJoug Cfariitdan. of JBtt Vtttb^ 



WiifSi Botdevanl, listed as the ten- 



tative driver irf the car, was taken 
to General H(»|^tal of Virgmia 
Beach and inwiediatdy luyJarwent 

surgCTy. His cond't'wi was li^ed 
as extremely critical. He suffered 
multiple iajuries, including head 
and internal injurks. The other 
two paasei^^ fa t}» car, Kep- 
neth Brown, of 508 Travor Road 
and Freddie Stryta, of 833 Brodte 
Road, wtfe first tak^ to General 
Hospital tf Virginia Bfeach, then 
rubied to Norfolk GMwal Hos- 
pital, reportetfy for neurosurgica' 
trcatntent. Accwdlng to Pritchard, 
bott) had reeeiY|ed eztamve b^ 
] dnd internal itjuies, and their 
^ conditions were Med as very 
critkal. 

^oib Oceim Park and London 
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the accident, and extricated th: 
boys from the dsmolished automo 
bfle. r ' ' V 

According to Virginia Beach Pc 
lice, ttie car smashed into the oil 
truck, owned by Princess Anne 
Fuel Oil Co., as the truck was 
mdc'ng a left hai^ turn into In 
lynnview Road from Greai Neck 
Road. The impact of the cradi 
tiimed the trade over on its skie. 
Tre truck, kjaded with 1,200 gal 
Ions of fuel oil smoked fw a few 
minutes, but -iid not catch fire. 
The driver of the truck, James Car- 
ter, iNCfl^d injury. 

All' foin- boys, Uwu^ to be 
Cox Hi^ Sdwoi studants, were be- 
Ueved to be iMading home from 
school ^iHMn tiie fatal crash occtn*- 
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1%9 cii^h»is hi ft 3 training was 
n r ral poverty and relived socJa^ 
nblffim, so most d the voliai- 
een were placed to positions in 
:ansr4ir.^y actiai programs or ml- 
•ra^ry L&or projects throu^ut 
he couiitry. 

During the trairing the volunteers 
ived in University dorm:torie3 and 
,-tter.d cd lecturw Oil dJua^aioQi 
si by VTSTA s'.a.'f men^sra. They 
also |»rticipatcd in field w>rk in 
t'arlcnis rural projects in Oregon. 

Miss VlHiite graduated with a de- 
'n-ee in Matory fr«B XM Itominion 
Col^ in Norfolk ahd haj b:en 
teaching in h".^ school in Lvnch- 
biirg for tw) years. Aftw VISTA 
^ plartt to (b graAata work fa 
spec'^l education and to continue 
teachii^. 



Vmoinia Beaich Sun 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1965 

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Downing 1% Tour District 



ViUSHINGTON - Congressman 
Tliomas N. Downing today made 
public th3 itinerary pr^ared for 
his anfiual tour of all cities and 
coimty se^ in Oie First Congres- 
sional D stiict cf Virgmia. 

Congrcsman Djwn.ng, wl» has 
toured all cities and counties in 
±e First District every year sin:e 
h« was elected to the U. S. Houie 
f* Re ;r<,seritaUTes, exert fa 1933 
when a laijth congrassional ses- 
s i3ft.mgd; it irngossib le, s aid that 

13 wou'd visit In City anJ^ cou-.ity 
■^'efks' ofrc3S accordfag to the 

-rawfag Lchedule: 
"ni-m.as N. Downing, District itur 
Novemb2r 1905. ,- 



Monday, ^ 1st, 10:00 a.m. 
ce^or. 



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Mon&y, Ist, 2 p.m.. MaOiaw^s. 

TTiursday. 4th, 10:30 a.m.( J^nes 
City Coimty and Williamsburg. 

Friday, 5th, 10:00 a.m., Charles 
City County. 

Friday, 5th, U:30, a.m.. New 
Kent. 



Fridjjr, »h. 2:00 p.m 
Queen. 
' Judge Howard Smith 
preKHt all di^. 

M(d)day. 8th, 11:00 a.m., 
ginia Bsw^ 

Tuwday, 9th. 10:00 a.m., Nsw 
port Newi. 

Wednesday, 10th, 10:00 a.m. 
Hampton. 

Thursday, llth, 11:M a.m., York 
County. 

Thusday, llth, 3:00 p.m., Mi;' 
d'esex. 

Thursday. l«h, WW a.m.. Nor 
tKiamrton. i 

Tliursday, 18th, 2:60 p.m., ^ 

comack. J ' 

Congressman Dawning fa relea'' 
ing the sdKdule expressed thf 
hope that as many people as 
possible would visit with him. TIk 
congressman has publicly stated oi 
a nun:4)a- of acrasions thM the 
annual tmu* is extrone'y valuable 
to him in tfw perfonnance of his 
tegisliUive duties fa Washir.gton. 




) Fattier Flaoagaa, Founder <rf Boy's Town 

BOY'S TOWN CHOIR 



COMING NOVEMBER 221 



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Uto faaid Bm tnm tSktkt <lnm WMm 
HWM, diown tai tt* JtvmA Manorial 

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VIRGINIA raiACH - The citi- 
zens of Virgmia Beach are fa store 
] for a rare treat Nov. 22, when the 
3oy's Town Choir presents a con- 
cert at the Alan B. Shepard Civic 
Center. . 

The Virginia Beach EUcs Lodge 
No. 2268 is t»ingii^ the ffsnoos 
choir to the resoff city for a fund 
raising project. 

Half of tfie tiKsney will gp to ft* 
Vu^a Beach General Ho^ital 
for purchase of needed equipmeat. 

A kick-off meetfag for the ticket 
sales cunpai^ was held at the 
Pi$0 Tt9e Inn in Augi^. At tl» 
Meeting, the Elks oilisted the aid 
of tltt Vtf^ifaUi , Beach Women's 
ehd^ fa ttie sal6 oC the tickets, 

flWcha^hffirin>inMMl in all the 



major cities of the United 
and CaaaAA and miuiy fa 
c6untries. 

The Boy's Town Chofa has 
one equal— the Vienni Boy's 

It is really hard to d»a1be 
performance these young men gii 
It is, witiKNA a doubt, one 
finest cultural presentations 
lo come %Q Virgiiiia Beach. 

The concert od the 22»d wUl b|> 
gin at 8:13 p;m. *- 

Tickets may be purdiased j| 
Oemral Hospital of Vu-gin|i 
Beadi, Alan B. S^pard Civ|; 
Cotter, Peqiles Dn^ ^e it 
LJidchom Sioppii^ Cmaisa, Cav^ 
Uer Yacht and Country Club, Ch|l 
Eei^auiant, and Baykde Pham^ 




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VOTE 



DEMOCRATIC 



TUESDAY, NOV. 2, 1 965 

VOTE FOR: 



MILLS E. GODWIN, JR. 



FOR GOVERNOR 



FRED G. POLLARD 

FOR LT. GOVERNOR 



ROBERT Y. BUnON 

FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL 



FOR STATE SENATOR 



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WILLIAM P. KELLAM 



WILLIAM H. HODGES 



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(Paid Political Adverti^ment) 



WILLIAM B. SPONG 

FOR HOUSE OF dIlEIBATES 

B. WHITE EDWARD t. CATON, I 

aPEMERGED AND PROSRESSIVE 




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Virginia Qeach SUN, Thursday, Octobr 28. 1965 








Asm CMi*r afA iirnm M. JonUn, Jr. <ri«lil) is pfwented rfrer 



Birdneck Point 

Ing LinWwrn Bi^ wm tiw ic«ae 
recently f(r tfa« im^ii^ ol dw 
Birdneck Pdnt Qss6m (Avt. Hm 
hostess was i^ly aari^wl «t tile 
lunch^on buffet by Mrs. R. 
G Bodier, Mrs: Karl ^w^er, ai^ 
Mrs. David Stormont. Mrs. GolKf' 
House was • gue^ at Aie medtii^ 

Plans were f^m^iiHd tost fee 
club members to brttig to the De- 
cember meeting Ojri^mAs gifts 
gafly wrapped and properly lab- 
eled, miMe for man, wonwrn. 
(N- child, to be deUvered beTfffe 
the holiday to the Extern S^Mtt 
Hospital. 

Instead <^ a planned grogrun. 
there was group discussion shkh^ 
tl» me!rt>ers when many views, 
i<teas, and si^gestkuis were aired. 
At this time members ^ddbited 
certain handier aft, amoi^ thSR 





WkM wmwwn mvn to 
e«iBf , 1^ tfc» ^^nal #e^ 



Hwira »ttk «» two Ahr Padpi ^S^Pt »*» » W'^ *^'^ !S*^? 
eeHi A>M Plwa Volunteer Fff» O^wliHH^ ^j^^^^ y ^ 
Ids nmBM C Kyrus, Marvin Bwy. «< »VtMO ^*^ *»»■* " 
Koneth BreliuiMr, and Fraal A. IktA J>^ 



to thelHrli- 
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IMfflSe. B«g«r N«q«i, 
(pMd E. White flMNk) 



HMUIFF ELECm 




bers ^^ Princess Anne Country 
(SA ha^ dected Chaarles H. Sling 
Wf as pt^iAaA to serve lor the 
yw beghal^ Ool^ l Ea«fe«i 
to seve with hini »e R<^ R* 
Chariei, vice president; Nere &. 
Dgg, treMurer; uid W. Cacil Car- 

Nmr directors «toc^ at thi 
Mme meeting held last Saturday 
w&t 3<Am B. Preston. R. b. Ry- 
^, James M. Jonto m, and 
Dr. John O. Rydeeo. 
. On beiMOf of the membar :htp, 
^0)vW^^ preseied a silver 
My. suM^ inscr8}«l, to (nA- 
1^ pTMbtot, James M. J(SflSh. 
*^ in appreclaUflB <rf W» excellent 



Osmmittee diaffmen imde their 
annud reports. Cecfl CarpeflUflr.j 
bNse eomnWee dMunnaii-"pians 



for next yen: IndWe • complete 
ranodding d our kitchen and 
dining areas.' 

Landon Hililajd, greens commit- 
lee chairman-"our g(rff coune is 
%i excdlent ahape at m ^uutual 
cort considerably l<«s tiian tne 
av^age dub." 

WQlard AdrilMira, Jr., mAecta^ 
meat chairmMi-"ways Jffld means 
need to be devised t6 get ?orot 
of our member to more acffveiy 
participate in chd) functions." 

And the treasurer, Roy R. 
Charles, reported. "3«wir cRib to 
making excellent financ'tal progreit 
on a (kies ^^wdule that is bar^ 
half that of comparable cfubs in 
other major cities." 

The Annual Meeting was toilowia 
by a fine roast berf buftet and 
the excellent music of the Frank 
Brown orcteatra. 



OBITUARIES 



MRS. ETTA W. HUGHES - Mrs. 

Etta Willis Hughes of 411 34th 
ltt«^ died in her h«ne recaitly. 
She ia survived by » dai^er, 
Mrs. Elii^«th Miller of Virginia 
Beadi; a sister, Mrs. I. Wijlis Sas- 
SM- d RiidwnoiKi, and five grand- 
chiUren. * 



MBS. CATHERINE FEREBEE- 

mrs. CaAerine Ferefcee ol 1112 
Jackson sfreet died in her home 
i«ceatty aftgr a short iBness. Sbe 
wm a naii^ U Virpua Beach. 
Surviving "are her hudaand, 
theodore R. Ferebee; her father 
G^rge Ibigbes. Sr.; two sons, Er- 
nMl Hi^ws of Boston and Hko- 
dane R. F&rdm, Jr.. of Virgiiiia 
SiBfk; a dtnighter Mm Hel^ 
F^r^; three brothers. Geocge 
iii;^. Jr.. Paul Hughes, and 
Smaa HugNa; , and two s^^n, 
iSm Uar^sii Hu^ and Mcs. 
Susie HuM«-, all of Virginia Beach 
'Md ttu-ee grandchfldrei. - ' 



being an exquisite cer^nic magno- 
lia and bud done by Mra. W. H. 
HamiHon. 

JudgK from the Cavalier Gar- 
den Club awarded ribbons to Mrs. 
W. R. Huck. Mrs. E. L. Rowell, 
Mrs. C. B. Arrington, Mrs, R. W. 
Crawford, Mrs. K. G. Dttrst, Sr., 
Mrs. J. C. F^, Jr., Mrs. J. 
A. Eady, Mrs. P, T. Gallup. Mrs. 
F. W. Cox, Mrs. R. A. Adriance 
and Wn. G. C. Davis, Jr. 

The ribbons were for hortknil- 
tore displayed and arrangemeits 
following the Hi^ween motif. 



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VIRGIMA raiACH - In r«3^ ,<»^ W *wo. Air P^^ 



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SOY E/^L RAMSY, SB. -Roy 
Eyl Ramey; St., of 631 Virginia 
Avemw, ied rec«tly in a Iwspital 
after a h^urt attack. He lived here 
24 years and was assistaat superin- 
teidert <j! Bayside Post Office. 

Mt Is surviv«l by his widow, 
Mrs. Marjarie S.Tiithson Ramey; 
a SOD, Roy K Ramey, Jr.; Mid a 
dai^giiter. Miss Carole E. Rfflney. 
boi^of Vir©pia ^jU^Hh ^^ 
th«3 ato Ramey HSoitsmouth 
ami George E. Ramey of Canton, 
Ohio, and a sisicr, Mrs. St3*art 
Mounts of Malvern, Chk). 



Ae Dtotfagriahed Servlee Awtti was preiteted to Mrs. AbdiH at 
tte XMIed Nalia^ immMSk Mrttiday oelebnrtioii held last Stuiday 
irt ttr Ofte Certer. Miqrar Dliidi presented the award to Mrs. 
Akm (or ha dedMed tat«««tl Mii^ ^ alkatkm of the gcn- 
kra p^Ule to the wwk bel^ Ave at the United NatloBi strivlog 
te pmet far aD mUmm. (StaK Phpto Iqr Padrick) 



AWARDED CITATION 
ON U.N. DAY 



NOAH H. PALMER. SR—Noah 

Hughes Pakner, Sr.. of 300 56th 
^eet died recrattly in a hospital 
after a short ilhu^s. 

Besides his wkkw, Mrs. Elma 
WUlians Pawner, he is survived 
by a dau^iter, Mrs. Jane E. Holk)- 
way of Norfolk; a sap, N. Hu^jes 
Pabner, III, ol Virginia Beadi; 
and three sisters, Mrs. Paul B. 
Ives of Virginia Beach; Mrs. 
Charles P. Kincanwi of Peari^urg; 
and Mrs. Paul J. Maizer of Syra- 
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VIRGINIA BEAOSr-Wn. & W. 
AbdiU was [H-eseMeJl v^ tl^ VUr 
tk^iui^ied ^rvice Award from (he 
Uitted Nations ^js^atien d the 
Ui^tod Stf^es dt Asmlca dulrig 
(he (A^rvanoe of tThited Nations 
Diy lait Sunday at t^ Al^n B. 
Shepstf dvic Center. 

Mi^r Frank D«fi9Ch pTtvieobed 
theamrd to Mrs. AbdHl for iiMfir^ 
headii^ (he (AmrvsaiX^0^^^ 
N^on day in this iB^Mibn^ 
O)ope«toi Year U r^^^^ 
B^dL the citation re«*, "ft mf- 
in^c^tfka and rea)gni^n df pu^ 
lie ^rvk» in prwooting fie pn- 
teBwide d^rnvrnx <^^l**i Ha- 
^tt Day te this I^f|i^ai Ci- 
^yefHtiw? Year." tip dtaUcn Is 
^Md ^ Mayn-'DuBch aiiA^b- 
«t g; Bes^nin, national chakflxa 
^ ffieTTiufed NMiwis OwMnlttee. 
to tte Wt is the proltoMtton 
siped 1^ Pr^Ueot ^mm B. 

Mrs. AWffll fcas always be^ in- 
r««ted in pronotiag peace 
rouf^ naffitiaUnn and was at 

» original wgaaiarfng session 
die U.N. was bom in San 
i^co in 194S. 
« ih$ oxb^pjvm on the 



BJ^JAMIN J. GORDON - 

Benjamin J. Gordon of 1800 Laurel 
Lane died recently irj a hospital. 
He was a retired constrnptjon con- 
tractor. 

He. is survived by his widow, 
Mrs. Joyces Mooahoo G<u-don, tm) 
s^ers, ytrs. Sarah G^xbn and 
Mrs. Ev/Myn Grossman _^of Brook- 
lyin^Aaa three brothers, Irving 
Gordon of Saratoga Springs, N. Y.; 
Jack Gordon of Jamaica, N. Y., 
and Harry Gordon of Miami Beach. 



VIRGINU l^IACH - Joseph C 
Brown of Hayeox Consbnictim Co. 
was receikly elected pr^kksnt of 
tlw Tidewater Disbict oi the Vw- 
ginia ft-andi of the Aiisociateci 
General Ckntractors of ^nerica. 

Brown was ^cted to the post 
durii^ the assbdatKn'i ineetiiog 
in Hunptm last month, 

(Hher officers elect^i w&ce Lee 
B, Luke of PortanouUi, vim pres- 
ideit a»i J. W. Creech <tf NortoUc. 
secn^ary-treasurer. 

the new <^kxn mere installed 
by the outgoii^ pr^^dent, Richard 
Schusterman, 

Schustermap was dted Usr 
many contributions toward pro*not- 
mg t)|e A QNC stand«tls of skill, 
responsibility, a^d inte^ity 
thrr;Mfta4 Jbe local contracting 
uiABtry. He was iwesented witli 
an iniUaled brid case from the 
local A G C members as a token 
of appreciation for his outstanding 
service to the wganization. 

the HMiAers in attendance, rep- 
resenting many facets oi the con- 
struction indiBtry, heard Mr. 
George ViCTtel, fcical instruction 
attorney, speak on "Construction 
deifications — How Bindi^?" 
Ailer a question and answer period 
the meeting was adjourned uiUil 
the organization's next quartwly 
meeting in Nwldk. - 

Waddill (rf 103 «th j^eet died re- 
csntly in her hone after a short 
illness. 

aie is survived by a ^\ii^r, 
Miss Ida May Esmond <rf Virginia 
Beach: and bwo s'sters, Mrs. Har- 
ry J* Winston and Mrs. Mignon A. 
Lowe of Fort Lauderdale, Ftorida^. 



nitk» of an oirtstancto^ job b^ 
done 1^ fee Princess Anne Pl|W 
Volunteer Fire Dept., TiMqfias C 
Kyrus, vice jweskient d L a rwm 
Real^ Coiporation, met wife fvte 
Chief Bumis E. Todd to di«u» an 
appropriate gift for the Volunte» 

Groap. 

Chief To<ki reaanmended that 
fee Princess Anne Plaza VoJunteeo- 
Fire D«g?t. was badly »n need of a 
Scitt Atf Pat* % % ^am» then 

9acb»d Q» ^li^iK and ofe 
_^ji4ttrtl » **! WiepM Anne 
l^^madm Wpgils «ce&. The 
trg]f contributl^ to the fund 
^«fg: Atl89tiG CoistiiKtiw Cor- 
p«%p, (^pd m WWers, 
<i>i%-^iteWB t3c«p«#toft Delta 
miiWing Ojrporigian, <Sr<»SrPoint8 
Q»{|)Qration, LarasajB Beatty k In- 
jK08O% QtrporMira. Lineba*ry 
Cwstroction Comfmy, M|a-fluss 
iOn^bwti(» Ccp^ie^, tac.rBoan 
CoQiiructiOD Ciwciwny, Md Frank 
D. Tarrell, Jr.,'* ^\ssociate». 

" When the contributions were to- 
taJed, ft was' discovered that funds 
were av^mable to purchase not 



tl^ iPacks are use4^ijt§,8N- 

»ia wter^ Wkteil^lB «• 
li sa4» nxl ^ enMe 
^ ^mm to M^prao ti^ ^a^ 
wiferat fee fear of being anr- 
CMM ^ (^eeucato and iMt 
ftimes. 

Larasan Realty md Insurance 
CorpwatlMi hosrted a bi^et-hmch- 
eon at Bow Creek Gotf and Coun- 
try didft at wldch tiqpe the Packs 
were jM-esenlKl to fire CWef Todd 
and 2nd Asastant Bioton Witham: 
lliofie attemSng Ihe Luncheon 
were: Thonue C. Kyrw, vk» f»rerf- 
d«it <rf Larawn Itei^ CwTwra- 
tion; Robert DeMiUe, Roger Nonni, 
Jack Demus, Marvin Bray, Frank 
D. Tarrell, Jr., Kouiefe Breftauer, 
Stuart Pennw, Mrs. Paul Dolgins, 
Mrs. Oscar Lopez, Chief and Mrs. 
Todd, and 2Qd Asst Burton WA- 
haim. -* - 

Lawrence Sant^, ireskient of 
Larasan Realtv Corporation, stated 
"It was indeed a plea«ire for (Nir 
• rganlzation to spearhead feis drive 
for fee aquisitiim of feis vital 
equipment. '— 




ynWOA 9BACH - XiOam 
i^ tdKNTt tend and <kia team 
win pa^e^Nlp in fee Ojster lowl 

The $450 neceswry was raised 
by Dr. Ira Iftweodi. and in cere- 
moides at fee Wgh ichool. Dr. Han- 
cock prraented tiffl check to Dcm 
Pro&tt. bead 4redtor. At fee cere- 
ma^ mm the president d fee 





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lay-away bdfflwe of !■.» « 
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BR/^O) NEW tarlaimfri aew- 
imi mad^ and cd^Ki fHiDy 

eqnqsed to »g-»^, **^^^ 
^dr^taally wAlfor ^.50. 

Pay lay-away balance ol |3B.eo 
or 6 paymerts <tf |8.». 



Bss'ossss^^ whthe sew- 
ing MACWHS-Wifl zijHa«. 
overcast, ete. Balance d |27.». 
Cash or 5 payments of $5.50 and 
its yours. 

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MAKES & MODELS 

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United Nations c(»nmittee of the 
League ol Women Vt^rs and is a 
niefl4>er of fee United NaUans As- 
sociMioD. 

Sie was very pleased wife fee 
reiH^se of fee cUlzehs in helping 
to make the observance of United 
Nations Day a success last Sun- 
day. More than 300 persons came 
to hear Jonafean Dean, state de- 
pwtmeot dq>uty directs tor UN 
poli&M affairs, speak rt the UN 
birthday celebAti<m. 

"Ae movie featuring Damy Kaye 
about fee United Nations Interna- 
tional Children's Emergency ¥\J»id 
(UNIGEF) and fee appeal tor 
UNICEF by Mi^s American Tcen- 
Ager, Lynnel Ba's^ were also te,i- 
tured. 

tte ,xo^mes d the nations 
whidi comprise fee United Na- 
t^is also %kl«l to fee f^uvTtie^;, 
as ^ music from the Norloik 
Naval Air ^Uon band. 

Tlie program was spons-ired by 
the Lea^ of Women Voters w 
Viiiinia Beadi in coopwatinn with 
'fee C^ aiMtfee U.N. Assocwtioj, 
fee Qiaaiiefd Comowree and the 
YWCA. 



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AMAZING LIQUID 

RttlEVESPAINAS 

IT DISSOLVES CORNS AWAY 

Now remove corns tbe fast, ttsi wvf 
wich FreezoM*. Liquid Freefone «• 
iieves piin inscaadir. works, Delow the 
skin line lo dissolve cofM away in |ust 
days. Get Freexone...« alt druS coiinHi*. 



WILLIAM LEE THORNTON - 

Wflilimn Lee "niomUm d mn 
Ctover street, Aragona Vilkge, ^ed 
recently in his home. He was a re- 
tired diesel engineer of Hamg^ 
Roads Army Terminal. 
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. 
Hilda Hodges Thornton, and Ws 
fafeer, Carroll Parks Tliomton, Sr.; ' 
and his step-mofeer, Mrs. Miriam 
Thornton of Pwnpano Beach, ^a.; 
four sons, William Lee Thornton, 
Jr., Jessie Carroll Thornton, James 
Richard Thornton, and David Cole- 
man Thornton of Virginia ^ach; 
a daughter, Mrs. Diane Ihomt^ 
Huss of Sebna, Ala\ tm brofeers, 
Carroll Paiics, Jr., d Richmond 
and Warren TTKWnton of Blac*- 
stwie; a sister, Mrs. Eva Gr^ 
Brown of Riclunond; and ferM 
grMidchildren. _ 



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KAY DIANNE KENP^Y- K^t 

Dianne Kennedy, 17, who was kil- 
led in an automobile accident was 
biried llr Arlington National Cant* 
tery. 

She is survived by her U^tm 
Capt. John E. Kennedy, USN. and 
hes; ip^lr, Mrs. Evdyn E- Keo- 
W^y of Virgima Beadi; a sister 
Kris K€ni\e(^; and a brotlwr Mm 
E. K«ine^, Jr. 



MRS. eUJZABETH ABCmi 



Atlantio Fuel 
Oil Co. 

Call: 
QA 8-5000 

Dav or Night 

— serving the 
NINTH Largest City 
in the 
United States 

CL6^N 

PREMIUM 

H|#»|JG OIL 



What do these people mean 
to your children? 



■ If ' . ' fflT ^*' »'l "i«P i^ ' - l y 



Theae are phyrical education teachers. 
They p«rform an important service ia the 
education bf your boy or girl. 
They deliver di^^ends on America*! 
investment in tearninf - 

• b«Batu«.they direct education 
^iMbs that ^p j^r «Wd develop 
laradl^h a^ phyiial ^^i^ 

E»^ child needs to be Iwalthy and fit 

• to gt^ personal f ulffflment 

• tojmkke full \^ of iiis intellectual powers 

• to lefd a prpductive, r«!wMin8 M^«' 
AmerJ^'nMJat have yonng people who 
are ItHiD^ pf 1»dy and miMl 



• to muntain a ^Mdtta, aetf-disciprined 
aocdety 

• to preserve tha natlott! i^eurity. 

The future beloM9 ft? tte fit— to 
those vigorotu «^ft^ te live it and 
shape it. 

How About YOUR Sdiools? Do your 
children have the benefit of teachers wKo 
are well prepared in physical education? 
Do your schools provide for each child a 
daily period of instruction and 
participation in vigorous tctt^ties? You 
can help, see that they do. Write the 
Prraident's Council on Physical Fitness, 
Washington, D. C'lor information. 




Uok in en your children's pHyslcai education 
presram wiMn you vitn your school durina 
AMCWQAH eOUCATlON WEEK, Nov. J.u. 





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• RESIDENTIAIMLES 
• COAAMERCIAL & INVESTMENT PROPERTIES 
• RENTALS (Ye«rly and S^sonal) 

•• LAND DEVELOPING 
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• DEVELOParS AGENT 
• ALL TYPES Of FINAhCING 



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HILLTOP 



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produtas ■ "compact" 
flame for more comptett 
combustion. 




Extensive faboratory research 
and In-home testing proves ttiat 
oil burner efficiency can be liv 
creased by as much as 42% 
with the simple addition of a 
Texaco Jet Flame Booster. 

The unit consists of stabilizer 
tHi^ and ttie end eona. The 
Uad^ start the ak^^ 
[ pn a tvrtfffi^ patleni. The 
alf tHin mixes with the fuel oil 
to form a combustit)le mixture. 
Finally, the end cone shapes the 
air-oil mixture to form a com- 
pact swirling clean -burning 
flaijfte. 

Telephone now ... ask us 10 
show you how we can keep your 
home warm and comfortable at 
low cost 




Uxnd to « thi "national i^s- 



cioai i>ooiM..Ari eittmatta iiewiei aiicrpnnuiigB; or fov 



1^1 the VM. now has more 
llian 16,000 ntiques dealers, 
{and Biore flian a thousand 
A a wi mn hM every y^ur. 
"^^ <tae of &» largert and moat 
taOoffU ahowa ia the N. T. 
iABtfaipMa Wt beinc held at 
jttM dty'a 71» IrUlantiy Aimovy 
fnm October 11 tiira 1^ and 
leataring <A{ecto from all ov« 
0Mb wwld. Tlw oldMt show is 
l^robably the Eastern States 
jAntiqiMa Fair; sdieduled f<» 
pta 61st showing in White 
•IHalns. N. Y., from Nov«nber 
il5 ' ttini 20, and accenting 
Afloericaaa. k /" 

At thafi Aowa ^ni can 
tigmid a tpxaUr to a qMnt 
eld lecture posteard of Niagara 
Falla - or aa much aa $25,000 
tor m highboy kaown to have 
hmmtm^byoat td America's 
iHneat ootonial craftsmoi. 



Taxaeo Jot FImm loStttr 
CM b« roadily inttallod in 
most "gim-tji9%" torn oH 




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D.p. BONNEY COMPANY 

P.O. BOX 7027 
BACK BAY-VIRGINIA BEACH-#H. 426-5855 



\JPaoplt generally shop aa^jmus in tiw picture above. 



80i»: for thinp to live with and 
use, like cu{^boards and chairs^ 



oollectabl^, like napkin rinn^ 
pap«r wdghts, anuff bottl^ 
^oyt, doQs and ship models. 




Thea, too, at the Antiques 
Fairt you're likely to find 
something you've always want* 
ed without knowing it — per- 
haps ewB a 14th century stone 
figure fnxn 8iam like the one 
thiat attracted the pert moderi 



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Fishemien Now 
Motorized 



NEW YORK-Outboard Motor 

Program Example <rf Intematioa- 
al Cooperation tj'nited Nations, New 
Ym-k—The ambitkMU Isaac Walton 
can blame hit bi^ luck in rod 
reel or bait, but the Unred Na- 
tions Food ^nd Agrlcullun-I Or- 
ganization ^AO) Qilnia un out- 
board would help. Aad it doM. 

UnUl recCTtly, Ceylon had to 

import three-fourths of Ae fl^ it j 
ate, even though the cminty had 
«Mne 90,000 comrr^rciai fisheruiMi. 
hi his catamaran-^Kit flbiirglas? 
and dacs but two logs strapp^ 
together ami driven by a make- 
shift sail— a native fisherman was 
lucky to bring hone 15 pounds ot 
fish a day. ' 

Under FAQ's IVesddm From 
HiBigor Cin^>a^, KO naflve C^ts 
ha|e been ec^pped wlUi out- 
boards wMch permit the nsher- 
man to reads waters where daily 
catches d ISO pmmds are ii6t un- 
URBil llie r^ult is that tt^ way 
has been points fw Ceykm to 
re«A sdf-«ifficiaK7 b) Mie tf the 
most important eleno^ in its 
daily diet, accwdk^ to Utt Na- 
tional OUxens QammlBkm on In- 
ternational Cooperatioo. 

With Ceylm m an example. Uie 
FAO osmpaign has pushed ahead 
with the hdp dt four (Hiibovd 
motor mantrfachirers to supply 10 
oth« dewtoping cojntrics with 
outboards for their small fishing 
craft, that will pay for thenselvcs 
many times over. , i , 

' Headed by Robert Boijamin, 
Board Chairman of the United Na- 
ti(M» Association (rf the USA. the 
National Citizens' Commission was 
formed at the recpiest of President 
Johnson. It is lemling a national 
effort to use Intemati<mal Co<^)«'- 
ation Year to acquaint Uie Ameri- 
can pMpIe with' the vast network 
of little-known, continuing pro- 
grams by which the peoples d 
the world work togethw across 
national boundaries in the search 
f<H- peiK:e and a decott i^aKiard 
of living. . i V 






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Virginia Beach Thm . . » 




G«Be ferever are die days of stMa m the aeMa-fareat «( Vbtiaia Beach, flik |iietare af die^avdfi 
Hotel aad the steam ei«iae were tak« a few yean b^ore the Secoad W«rU War. Noi evea «w ^t 
rcnalas la teU when te old rallraad tracks wen «b Pactfic AveMie. Quite a few Beach resldeias re* 
memher sceaea )i^ tte Ms one. (phile hy B^ce). 





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88 8 FERTILIZER - RYE GRA& 
Phone 428-2331 - For Delivery 

VIRGINIA BEACH HAIIDWARE 

Baltic Avenue & Virginia Beach Blvd. 



fJiJ* Ford, iangfalff el Rear ^dmiral W^if. Fort of Prtocesa Anne 
Hflb, aad a seveath grader at Friends School, «<»^ I"^ <* 
book of her own chMwfaig) for designing the ^^^*^ ^<* ^ 
Aoaaal Friends SchoolBook Fair, to be held SawmMtar Z4. IWs 
aiiB«uBceni^ was made at the ntioolUy fbosfaMM meetfag attoided 
by the entire student body. Silk screen priats el the paster Were 
made by Mrs. Donald Jeffersoa, who ceannendsd .Uirda'i poster far 
appropriateaess of sabject matter, faaagfau Ulvc a es s , aad stapldly 
of design. Uada won second prtae hi the eoatest last year. 

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TMAUA - The Thalia Garden 
di^ nMt recently at the Italia 
Methodist church. Mrs. J, D. Mat- 
ttews, iBtaldeit, ojpoied ttie nuet- 
iag v^ a prayer. 

HMenes were Mrs. a J. Bla- 
«^ Mrs. R ,E. Dawsodaad Mm. 
I^midd PrytuWk, ^ • 

Mn. H. W. fkim, Jr. was ap* 
pofaited tiie new Juc^and Exhi- 
bits Chainian. 

Garden Hieniiy C^ahtnan, Mrs. 
E. K. Eakes. aaaounced a 'Bdn- 
deor Pn^ect" wmi laxierway to 
send gtfte to &e Easto^ l^tate 
Hos^. Cktfaing aM ratal gear 
is bamy needed. 

Mrs, W. C. Mo<M«, treMuro*. re- 
p(»1ed a d)^ !(r- 180.00 «iU be 
seat to the VirgUa B^nh Hos- 
^M to futfill the club's pie<^e for 
(heybtf. 

A I^t^resshre Lmchecffl will be 
held Novemijo' 10. Wkys wid 
Means chairman, Mrs. N. P/ 
Amato, urged all meaJbeeg to ^ 
th^ tickets. 

Mra. D. D. G<^ and Mrs. R. S. 
White i»«sented the program "An- 
tiquii^ of Psnnanent Flowers and 
'FYuits." Mrs. Goff said the most 
expensive item involved in this 
process is time. Ymir tihree needs 
are: turpentine, raw vntoa and 
a can of gM patait. 

The IChesopeStt Garden Club 
jwlged an4 awarded Uie ribbons: 
in the artistic class to M^. H. W. 
F«oles, red; aid libi. L. L. Kee 
and Mrs. R. S. White, yelbw. 

In tlie horticulture class, a bhie 
riAxm went to Mrs. Notes, and red 
to Ifrs. Graydni Early. 

iSr. and Mrs. George Kaas wen 
guests recently (tf Mr. and Mrs. 
A. E. S. Stq^ens at fhdr mmuner 
h<nne, "Pkuant Pdnt Plantatton." 
'Pfeasfot Pdni," built circa 1670. 
is kxstted on flie Japies Rivo* 
^Vcross from Jame^own Island 




Alfred ^Jbi^ieiisen m. sen <tf Mr. 
and Ifrs. JiinA CtarUtian Jorgoh 
sen of 3700 Domawood Drive, is 
among tiie tnAsaea at FlorUa 
SoOimn Cdkge, lUdceland. 



AimmS-MEDIIATISli 

i 

Do cUiias sad i9^t talk make 

fou doui^ ^u eta get anjr relief 
roffl arduitic aad MmoMiic pains? 
Qet m STANSACK tablets or }0 
n'ANBACiC powtes, ui« ts dkect- 
ad. If wa dd not |st t^f , lietam dw 
omiiea ^rtsad four puichaM ^ice 
wiU be lef unM. Stauack Compear. 
SaUAuiy.N.C 




MRS. THOMAS H. CAFFREY 



Sniles Stimulate Session 



VmcmiA BEAOH - More than 
100 smiUi^ cklbwwien oMivoied 
at ttfe Cavalier last week for the 
forty-ttiird annual fall meeting of 
the Tkiewater District, Vh-ginia 
FederatiMi of Women's Clut» 
wMch inctade 18 ^mior and 44 sen- 
ior dubs. 

CaBed to orda" at 10 a.m. by the 
jH-esidait, Mrs. Jo*h» T. KeDam, 
Jr., the jmuor tnd senk>r club- 
women aaawered the roll call and 
gwe rq»rts on a variety of their 
endeavors and planned activities. 

Mrs. Ahrah E. Riggins, |»«$ideiit 
of the Virginia Federatim (rf Worn- 
eij's Cli*s and facing the secoml 
year <rf i^r term of office, addres- 
sed the congregation on "The Sec- 
ond We." She beamed witti »)ride 
at the sea <rf faces in the Cavalier 
room as die recountai the accom- 
td^hmei^ of clubwomen during 
liie paet 75 years of sH^ice and 
she wged tlutm to '{dai m ttiat 
secMid mite'— to do extra things, 
and to use the combined influences 
of w«n^ wbo care to bring about 
the woifc ttiat still needs to be. 
done. 

iter i^rring addre» was fol- 
lowed by a stimulating taft by 
Mre. TTiomas H. Caiffrey, third vice 
orwident and jumw director <rf the 
Virginia Federation of Women's 
Clubs. 

Mrs. Crffrev, the former Trvocfs 
EttHid^ of Virginia BeacJi and 
now of lUdanond. asked flie tm- 
triisi^ qoMtim "Are (Mmmnrn 
NeeeMufy?" And wiOi hwnoroitt 
ins^ taito the vaiak pubHc bmge 
picture tt uBfltraet to the true 



worth at diiiwanen ani the wwk 
th^ do, she ga\% the toswer. 

"n^ perfect picture (rf v^iat a 
junior cltAwoman ^»»M be, 
Frmces e^red her^ to her 
audioice when she h^m her taBc 
bv introducing her molfaec. ibs. 
Olga Edwards, (who was sealed 
ii^^mpkiKHi^ in tiie i^ff oC' tiie 
roan) and ^e created her «^ 
VwiA in^iring h^ with (ssrii^ 
aboiit ol&ets and ti^n({ to undo*- 
stffiid tbeb* firoblems. ^ 

Frances <)ecried the f|KA,ftiA 
mo^ uniii(»nied pec^ Mric of 
clufaiwomcai as arnica t|B ^ii4«ra 
and gc^sinati. "It's ta|^rt«A tbat 
we be taken s^riou^'' Ae dedar- 
ed. "and when anyme as^ you if 
clubwomen are reatty necessary, 
you ten them what mi^rifk^ 
contrbt^ons votn* coirbined 0orts 
haw brought abo^" L^ Asm 
know that c'ldswomeii »e educstdl 
women wl» 'eel tt* resmooMM- 
^ty of tmnp. their Udei^'md J^r 
thne cre»itivebf m nursi^ jQiat 
make a better w(^Jd for eA oC te, 
^e went on. C^Ubmomei have heini 
necessarv, are vfiemaKrv, ind w^T 
'»'"»avs be ner^sMv. "Dnnt smfle 
^^j«i vm cdl n» a cliAwwmra.'* 
«*»« »id serloi^: tfien i^ a 
brii^ grin, sh** ccmciuM . . . *l>^ 
I wffl-ard with nr^V 

The nie^ing adiWffiwJ for Ipdi 
foRom't^ bv a n^atatf orwjraro by 
Ap nrnsb^ HWi adhnol d^w. 
aid the ^l^meon 
Wtow**» Orcl^ 
tef Brown, M 
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Vk9ini««MA ^iN, fliursday, Oddser 28^ 196S 

QpftMiielritf Honored 




HHI WTEPT TO VETS 

B| TWJIIAB A. MOOi^ 

• Dkveter. MvMm af War 
VctenM' CSite^ rwiwoii wealth 

4 VM#i^ 4ifi IM. 



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BUUAL iXPENSS 



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Dr. Uammri D. Kaln. SM Ladte R4, aecepte «■ mari aai oaa- 
gniriathia (ram Dr. A. M. 8MVl«laii. ilredar «f tlw Optometric 
W^tB^sn prafraBi. 

Dr. Ijte waa ghrca a oertifie^ af acUevamil fof U« work dlir- 
^ te Mb Aanwri Middle Optematric Ceagreaa wUil ivw iwid 
"^ — " OoHftar nifc te Utt. 



^fuis We^aesde^ At Bemb 





In coRqwtii^ a arktow's «oa>ine 
for Veterans Adtaoini^ration pur- 
pMes, the aoMNtfti paid Iqr her 
Ux JMl ddbts of ^ v^rm. ex- 
pcttm «C &^ M ^MJk, aod ex- 
paHM <tf ^ hirial IQ^ be de- 
dwdid. ta c^nectlMi wkk 9uruL, 
tiM wktow may a^ 4|ii^ tne 
(KMt (rf her roii»! trip id^ place 
of the v^an'i bi^al mi such 
cost wtU be couldir^ a pf .-t of 
ti» expaise of the wle^an't buH jl. 

Tbere ta no pfovi«w5 wherelqr 
tte ^(penses of ^afi^rtafion of 
an aAUt diiM accompanying the 
wkiow may be cmi^ed as a de- 
<hictlble burial txDei»e Only die 
cwnmL^tbe ffitatm^ may 
be CMislda^. 

In some Instances, widov>; myi 
be determined to be eligible for 
pensk)n if a complete listing of 
aO legitimate scpenses of \t»\. iO- 
neas ami burial are furnished to 
ttie VA. It is not necessary that 
such information be furnished at 
ibe time the widow's initial claim 
is filed. Quite onai. she does not 
p^ these expenses until some 
time after the burial d the vater- 
w. Pw-haps die expects to re- 
s^otive a rektiveuy smail ammmt of 
OEffttna^ial inairance with wf;ich 
die will pay these oqienses. Ai^ 
■jch imiounts whidi ^e pays out 
may be deduded from her total 
iBC(»iM for tile cal^af >^r in 
which she actuaDy pays than. Her 
bicome for the year ui which the 
v^ran (fiad nuiy be far over the 
BmMatto^. wA the lament of 
iS^iat AnkK^skt eq^ses may 
1^ no dl^ on hw e&Utionait 
Iv'tlMit year. Himever, U the 
^mm 4ka nftr tl» end of the 
yelr. and the wfafow pays the% 
li^iBiiile expemes tiia next cal- 
fss^ y«ar, thffl aa waooirt equal 
to tiw Mnooi^ ^M t^ be de- 
leted from her! total income tor 
tl» year followii^ the veteran's 
death, tiiereby may^.j^ eligi- 
ble for pedskm. * '" 

l^Mrice J. Hunger, n^ asw- 
date, vists Uw Alan D. Sheiiafd 
Civic Center, 19tb Street and Pa- 
cffic Avenue, on the second 'and 
foUEth Ibursdays of «iach month, 
brt««ai the bmirs oi 12i30 
and 4 p.fli. Vr 




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nS Wm*S LKTRl; "I MB 
folnff steady, or WM, until my 
girl cmght m« with a girl that 
dkln't have such a good nyfitM^ 
tion, if you know what I mean. 
She got mad and gave me my 
riqg bl^ I dQB*| bMmi bar 



lor gttUng mad. I was wroO- 
But. t have apologised. StUl, Aa 
^KMit tvM titt te »«. How can 
I get bar tedc?" 

Oim BEPLTt Th« fact that 
you were wrong and apologised 
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tM yM set (^ know yotL m«le 

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bettu- because we.maha an artof penamte, W« aae te IIn 
that our p«^ know aU the tech^u« ot moden wavbig. a^ 
wa sti^a p«s(«alUiti^ 

M4 LASKIN RD.. VIRGINIA BEACH PMm OA t-Sltl 

OUR NORFdtit LQCATieW 

7g(K) Graaby St., Ward* Corner — Ph. SS3-1819 



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it aofe^Uiei Mwr oi^ a lai4- 
ttds (pdi^ opo^&d by 

|ODir ksowld^ <rf aaiUng 
ii kiei^ a|4 ]^nitwr%. 

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BCttllMr St F^fM^St. Elmo? 
fit Andrew? 

fc^ThePeqilai"tathrta. 
ii»di ship in: The Sea Wotft 
myDickf Lord Jim? 

8. The ship in an opera by 
Wagner is: •'The Argof* 
fdrntlT' "The Flying patch- 

' 4. 'What firm outside of the 

feooitii^p industry expects t& 

htffidreds of thous^ocb of 

..ts this t$m 

i ,, Vpimg aailoiv vjy reppg- 

I 'l^ong John Silver" aa the 

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Trnkdn? lohn l^^s^^Kani? Bt 
Hefury Moiiail? 

L 8t Ebtio. t%e «ama may 
be a ooRiqrfioairf St. SIzaaattua 
(patzen aakit el Ha^pidttaii 
nUoit). ^ 

21 'The Faquor iMi tiie 
whaling lUp & m^e^k, « 
ao^ by HennMrBitti^Ue. 

1 'Tlw Flytollh^^te^in-" 
Wagnarbaaea IM^i^ip^b aa 
old beUef tiiit • |^^, ahip 
haunts t^/eeai rona^ titt Cape 
(^ Good Ho{>e. \ V 

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> 66 (mtietimnli'acmng 

toy ys^ ^^l(rh <;|^te 
e^pia]^ w^ uojIip j^wer on 
btrth'Wa^ andlffift tin|042 

value f<» $4.96^, 

lale aboul p^iilf ir {Robert 
JLouts StureiMoii, 

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WEDNESDAY 
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1S14 IWINGMEADOW ^ULEVARO. NORFOMC 
Jdutttan SM <M^ ^kHview A.ve 

IN JWiriMqsvxi «ttTH OUR mmf>^m^ 





In 1933 rite first wmg of riie. Norfolk Mus^m 
was completed. 

. . . Then H» D. Oliver \\s4 been serving Tide- 
water for 68 years . . ; 

Norfolk was growing cultui^ and economically into ^ 
a thriving metropolis. . . . The museum, long a project ' 
of Several cfvie groups, was finally completed in 1^1, 
with plans for later expansion. H. D. Olivw had thcsn 
^ served Norfolk for almost 70 years and had achievwl a 
" reputation for the finest in this needeckMwvice. 

Today. H. D. OUvef sUll provides the finest in burial 
and funeral sravicM, providing the very best. Two 
fine homes, one in Virginia Beadi, and an experJenc«i 
■ staff enable H. D. Oliver to handle every need with"care. 
Call on H. D. Oliver for tlie finest. 



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Harry D. and James ^. Quiver 

, mmuiem. wmiia much 14 

•21-73S9 42e-fi#e 



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(Editor's me: llUs ^ tbt sec- 
mi ^ nmim <tf «^:te m 
kMUli Md Bemes. 1° aiiieviait 
Mtes, otW Caceti of tht hmM 

By #. W. UABOft, FrMllat 
TMeii^ Apa. 4 H«i|ie BoUen 

Whetter flie hnm of ymt 
dreamt U trandMm^ taito rnUty 
or ioto a ni^tmare (fep«^ an 
the Iwild^. 

1I» ^eat I^^ in tii» wwld 
camMA save a }Mine hrona te 
^prtc^ and in^ieittlM (d a 
poor IniBdftr. 

Y(M can be cortidn ^ the {Od- 
er's reUid»i% if he Is a in«nber 
of tbe Tidewater AssociaUoi <d 
Uotm Bi^Jers, an rfBUate d 
tie Natimud AsiDciatk» d Wsam 
Builders. 

T1» NAHB, with tewfcjuarters 
in WaHiingtm, D. C, is comprised 
of 44,000 builders and assockto 
sucb as Dontgi^ ba^Eurs, tap- 
I {diors of bufl^ng m^eri^ an! 

r~ Tervtees. "" " 

I Eadi NAS biMff aabaeribes 

I " to a Code of Ethics, irfiidi wAdea 
I >a pledge that honesty wtt be Ui 
I piitt^ btistoen poUcy, as well 

\ as s^iog gods d hi^ standards 
d heaUi. safety, and sanitation 
in every home he builds. 
"Ee bei^its from a wealth of 
knowtodge dir^Uy appIicaUe to 
home building that the NAHB ob- 
taim and disseminates to its mem- 
bers. 

(hie d the most inqxMtant f mic- 
tions of the national amocki^ % 
the researiA awl teeing a new 
materials and met}K}ds d cof^ 
structii^ housM. At the NAHB 
Research Laboratmy in Rockville, 
Md., and in r^earch houses built 
^ pertedically throuj^t. ti&e United 
States these innovations are test- 
ed lincfer severe laboratory ami 
field conditions ami famOy usage. 
. NAHB oHlcers work ou^aiUly 
with Federal, state, and ctmanu- 
^~ ni^ d&aak m an effort to obtam 
acceptance of fte latest and nnost 
efficient laml planning and home 
' buflding methods. NAHB speciid- 
^^ ists travel extensively to condkict 
sduwls and aemiiuli'ar'ttr^e^ 
builder members awsfare of die 
' ' newest technkpies in the business. 
The Natid^ Hwaing Center in 
^Washington, iX C.. the headquar- 
' ters of NAHsSiiJbe focal point 
of aU activltie&^aftectiag the bontK 
^,^ building indusft]^— ~f 
\ During your Initial cmtact with 



NOtXS 

TM h to QOfttfy Oe pubHa M»t 
the witer^Md. tn%g as Mrana 
Ifia's win wltMn tm <byt'i^» 
piMtoMoo sf fas Mike aa^ t^ 
Oie Vii^inia ^te aic^AmVc Be^p^ 

SC^ntzti Board km a Uoam to 
beer and «^ fw oS mi m 
premttes coMunp^m. 
JASOSS F. TXrOM. 
T-A Mama Mia's 
I 2218 Ationtic Ave, 
Va. Beadi, V«. 

10-2»-U 



• LEGAL NOT^K 



• LiQALNOnCM 



IB the aedc's offk^ of the Qi^ 
cutt Court of the City of Virgtala 
Beach oo the Z7th day of October. 
196S. 
STATE HIGHWAY OOMMSSICM- 

gR OF VIRGINIA, 
Comi^ainank 

v. V 
m CBANOERY 
LOU^ miE MORGAN, C. U. 

M0IW3AN, >JAOMI MORGAW. 

and GLAaENCE MORGAN, 

m tt-^Mck Road 

ni Mm nmMog ipouaaa. V i«y. 
next of Im. teirs at law, de> 
scendo^ <tf, and all othi^ per- 
9m» barving 10 kita^st in ttie re- 
mains of ENOCri MORGAN, 
BESaS MORGAN, ami of any 
other persMB buried in tl» pA- 
vate cenaetey known as "Itor- 
gan Cemetery."^ tocated near 
Mwgan's Lane. Virgtaia B^ch. 
Virginia, the names of «^ch 
persons beii^ unknown, and are 
iMreby pmceed^ against as 
"Partiea Unknown," 



the i^iQder ydu are cwddeps^^ 
ask him for the nanoes and ad- 
• dresses of several people \»^ 
are living in homes he built. Visit 
these people, examhie their homes, 
' and ask them tar their oiunion 
of /the buildCT. You will gain ta- 
sights that (Hdy <xme from the 
experioice d being a buyer. 

If you have the I4ea that you 
couW save a k>t of nMn^ by be- 
ing your own contractor, forget it 
immediately. 

The technical knowledge re- 
quired far the^ job is far greater 
than Ok average person is capable 
of obtaining within a few mcMiths. 
T%e liiikiM' wHl be giving you 
the b«iefit of years of CTperience, 
the const^ctnn of maqy homes, 
and famfliarity with tocal subcon- 
y tractors. 

Any financial losses he suffers 
can be absorbs! in the building 
of, other homes. With orfly one 
h(wne to build, you would be un- 
able to abswb sudi a loss. Po&c 
judgement in the selection of one 
subcontractor alone could cause 
such a loss. 

25tli ANNIYERSAI^Y 

BAYSltJE - Tie Women.s Club 
d Ch^sapeae Beach celebrated 
its twei^-f^ awversary rwwirtly 
^t the Lalw Wr^ BMor Hotel 
with a kmchewi. the president, 
Mrs. Coton Powws, preseited Mrs. 
Grace H»t»9 'widi a diater 
m^nb^ scroll and Mrs. Hafrell 
in turn presented scnrils to chaito 
members. m% tewb Caus^^ 
club founder: Mrs. E.E. Ho)m. 
Mrs. Ernest Hines. Mrs. Richard 
Hines and litoa. Hotense Parker- 
son, Mrs. Harrell served as tiie 
first vice presWeat of thccclub. 
* Mrs. John Kellam. presidait of 
Tidewater District Federation of 
Wcanens Clubs was one of thie 
gue^ of Iwnor. 

Sidney Kellam, well known poU- 
ical figvffe in Vvgi^ B^ch was 
gi«^ speaker. He spdK on the 
fantastic growth d bxmer Prin- 
cess Anne Qhu^, now merged 
with the cay of Vi^ima B^ch. 

According to Kdlam,' the City 
of Virginia Beacii is 50 miles long 
and has 28 mite d oc«ui front 
"No ^ h» a larger sboreHae 
than we have, nor do^ myfm 
Mve more opportunity than our 
city, to 'proftt tim towitf." ^ 
urged ^A individual ciUzen to 
be as court«>us to toimste as pos- 
si>le. '*How we act toward tlwm 
may be fheir imprfKsmm of Vir- 
^11 



Oi^r Of PobllcatlM 

tbe <*>ject <rf this suit is fo- tte 
complainant to obtain permission 
from the Circuit Court of the City 
d Virginia Beach to disinter, re- 
mow and reinta" wi* due caie 
and decency tiie remtuns of Enoch 
Mm-gjffl. Bessie Morgon, and any 
otiier pawns bwied in tte ixivate 
cemetery known as the '^Mtn-gan 
Cwpetery." tocatwl near Mortal's 
hme, Virginia Beadi. \^rgiiua. 
said c«netery being shown on 
Sieet 503-15 of the plans lot State 
H^ay Route 44. Project 0044- 
134-101, R-W 261. a copy of which 
plan sheet is attached (0 the pet^- 
tton fikd Uj this cause. ^" 

The sbove parties are her^ 
notffied that the State Highway 
CotsMnissiooer of Virginia will at 
ii» Wii ^ d N<^anber, 1S65, 
at &:» a. m., w as soon thereafter 
a$ oams^ may be heard, mov4 
tint Jtf^ of the Circuit Court of 
the Cty of Virginia Beadi, at the 
{giiiHwme tNin^lkr m order 




peimftting the resnoval ol said re- 
mains and the reintemiait 0^ the 
same in a siiitabk repository. 

ASkiavit having be» made that 
the names and addresses of fhe 
surviving ^uses, if any, next of 
kin, bsirs at law, descauiants^ of , 
and ^1 other persons having an 
inta:e^ in ttie remains of the per- 
sons buried in saki private ceme- 
tery, except- the dsfendants above 
nfoned, are unknown, after due 
diligrace on the part d the oim- 
plainant to ascertain who they may 
be aod ia wbM County or Corpora- 
tion they or any of diem may re- 
side, all without e^cct; it is (M- 
DERED that the above named per- 
sons who are or may bs interested 
in ihe ajbiKi matter of this cause 
sfpear wi^in toi days after pub- 
lication of Ms order and do what 
is necessary to protect tiieir in- 
t&resls. 

And it is FURTHER ORDERED 
that this order be pidilished for 
icvr successive weeks in the "Vir- 
gnia Be^ Sm," a newspaper 
pij^ished in the City d Virginia 
fSl^Bcbi, Vir^a, and that a ctqiy 



d this order be posted on the bul- 
letin board of tiie Circuit Cburt d 
the C^y of Virgpa B^h, Vir- 
ginia. 
A Copy— Tlste: 

JC»JN V. WmmiSSS, Clerk 
By: Mvy M. White, D.C. 
Kdlam aoid Kellcon, p. q. 
Board pf TVade Building 
Norfolk, Vii^inia 

10-21Mt 



N«{^Virtfri« 

vroomiA 

I^«GUSON 
3 Grown Circb 
ItoWEvU)^ New Yiwk 
VQ»MA M, 
^ Pran^ 9Nft V 
QduMii i^t^, Od^achi 

iom c. shkhem) 

Orand JuoctiMi, (^rado 

KATm^MNs aas^nQQU) nbim 

mm F^ New Itodco 

WAKV P. BAR^«I 

317MiS|«A 

yir yifijf i B^icAi, Vk^irii 
and im aiff^^ ^Kuso, K ai^, 
wmA d tak, heirs at law, ^ 
acfiiinitii d, and all other ps- 
aem tevlig an intere^ in ^re- 
main flf MMW^ARET GASKM. 
Sy^AH M. WOCtf^XN^i. 

GTOaG E wm LAt®, smm 

and SARAH LiOCD^ mi d my 
dbur peciona bw^ ip the |Nrb- 
vate c^iM»7 komn u "0be^ 
brd't C^sn^i^," loaded to 
Undea 4Mdge, V^ula Beai^ 

sMM b^ anfcvmi, miA are 
iMreby pnx»Bded i^ainat as 
"Pwties Uidmown." 

Defemkuits, 

Order Of PvUieeMMi 
The object of this swt is for the 
cfMnplaiaant to obtain pem^on 
f ran the CvaOi Ociurt (^ the Qty 
ol Viiigiiua BmA to dii^oter, re- 
move and reinter with due ewe 
and dec^Ky the remains d Mar- 
garet GasUns, Sarah M. Wood- 
house, George Ree Land, Sbiitti 
Si^ot!, Bennett Land, and Sardi 
Land, and wiy oth«- persons Itwried 
ai die portkm of tlw private ceme- 
tery kDGdro as ttie 'ISbepboxl's 
Cemetery," located in umdon 
Bri<^e, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
said portkm of said conetery being 
shown on Sheet 502-18 of tte {dans 
for State Hi^ay Route 44, Pro- 
ject 0044-134-101. R/W 201. a cony 
d i^iidi plan sheet is attached to' 
ibe petition filed. in Uiis cause. 
' The rfwve parties are hsrd^ 
notified that the State H^^ay 
C(»nmissioner of Viiiginia will on 
the 30th day of Nove^ar, 1965; 
rt 9:00 a. m., or as soon thereafter 
as cowisel may be heard, move 
the Judge of die Circuit Oxirt of 
the City of Vh^inia Beadi, at the 
CourthMise therecrf, for an order 
permitting the removal of said re- 
mains mi the reinterment of the 
same in a suitable repository, 

A^davit having been made tiiat 
the names and addresses of tiie 
surviving spouses, if any, next of 
kin. hei» it Jflni.. descecdants d, 
and all other persons having an in- 
terest, in the remains of the per- 
sons buried in said portion of tte 
private cemetery, except the <te- 
'■"nd^nts r>hrtiro r'"^<¥\. arein*- 
known, afto* due diligence oa IJbe 
part of the complainant 10 aicet 
tain who they may be and in what 
County or Corporation they or. any 
cf them may reside, all without 
effed: it is ORDERED that the 
above named persons who are or 
may be interested in the sifeject 
matter of this caus9 appear within 
ten days after publicatioh of this 
order and io what is necessary to 
protect their Interests. 

And it is FURTHMl ORDERED 
that tills order be published for 
four successive weeks, in the "Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun," a ne^^-scaTer 
piiblishcd in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and that a copy 
-tf this order be posted on Va bul- 
letin board <rf the Circuit Court <jf 
the dty of Virginia Beach,, Vir- 
ginia. 

A Copy— T^e; 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Kellam and Kellam, p. q. 
Board of Track Buildoig 
NwfoHt, Virginia 

10-28-4t 



FMiJR. MAaD«> KC^P 
UttARD Ktue, WAUSR 

PRMSCE MOORE, FRAJflC lAB. 
aUi. WIMA CRAJ^blN awl 

imAdt^'Btmwn^ burtod 
m ^ hAmb mti^iKy known 
as the "Mitt ^mom" «» 
l^^fvUl^ Vbrgi* mmA, VIr. 
^aia, the wmm ^«^ persons 
exc^ ^oit nanwd above beb^ 
uite»n anAin lMilQP.|irB9eded 



• L^AL NOnCK I • LWMtKfftflS I V lrj^nl|^Baa<h SyN, Thuri#y^ O^^ 28, I W 




vqtqoo^ 

1^ the Clerk's (Mice of the Cir- 
ct^ Court (rf the Croy of Virginia 
Be«:h on Uie 27th ds^ <tf Octooer, 



STATE IPGHWAY COBfllQSSION- 

ER OF VIRGINIA, 
CMAjfdaii^ . 

V. -^ 
LEMUEL C. SHEPHERD, JR. 
LeetoB Rirrest 
W«ieBten, Virginia 
f^tm ^p>BEm) BI¥)OKE 
517 Qray*m Pprt ' 

^artnMD* 3_ 

#lf6HH(Rf 

Let #etsr's f9nn{|la sto| ii 

Zemo speeds soothii^ relief to ex- 
^raally cauM. Itdiiqg d ocana, 
minor ra^Hs, skin irritatioBs, i^op- 
poisonousTfeect bitei. DHKOtttizes^ 
nerve ending. Kills millioos of sur- 
ftKi«:gertnL Aids healing. "De-iteh" 
rid^wMi anc^U^dd or Ointment. 
QUtt'MiaC o^yoorttmc^ bidet 



■Ae 4^ (rf tWs a^ ^ for the 
rntnrlflMifnt te oMau ^gmoimtm 
nam Me Qk^ Oouri el *i City 
d V'vpmM tea^ to ikUm. re- 
fl^yM ami um^ witk <iHi ewe 
Md dKejKy the reoai^ ef' David 
siintt. Mm? Bb^ Hpurietta 
^funm, Rd>e(»» S. Ferbei. Hm« 
Smith ViiJim, Prodip} Dhuel Ful- 
kr. ttaaad Kemp. Mcbard Sem|), 
mms Wtm> V^(*<vl leltoii, 
PilB^ |tewe> ^>^ VKm, Wilhs 
iMdito Md Otitti fkaakSn, and 
any ^tf frn^M hmM to ttie 
j^^n ^tBi0Sf kaewn n the 
Mttv Otmimj^ UMT Kanfisville. 
Vir^ia Be&^. "^in^nia, said 
cem^ery bei^ shown w St^ei 
SOl-13 of tile Pkui for Rmite 44, 
Project 0M4-134-101, RW m, a copy 
.of wbidi Plan Sbe^ is attached to 
tile BUI of QmBlBi9lL filed in Uiis 
cMoe. 

Hie tkim paities an faeieby 
notkM that toe State HifM^y 
fommiflndww of Viii^nia vM on 
ttie 30th ds^ d Nqbonber, VBBS, 
aA 9:00 a. m., or as soon ti^eatfter 
as counsd may bf Imrd, mm% 
tile Judge of the 6n^ Couit of 
tile City of ViiPgHOrfteach, at tiie 
Courthouse tiiereof, for aa Ctatte- 
permitting tiie removal of said re- 
mains and the rdntomMiA of the 
same in a nutabk r^«iitory. 

Affidavit haVii^ been ma<k tiiat 
the addresses d Sarah F. Harris, 
Hennan W. FrwUin, Maria E. 
Butts, WiUiam Forbes and Susan 
BeltM) ore imknown, ad the 
ratsaes an cbd^h«»ea of the sirviv- 
ii^ speuces, if a^, nott of kia, 
heirs at tew, descoidants of, ubA 
all otiier perswis having m interest 
in the remains of tire perams 
buried in the cemetery above men- 
tioned, except the d^endants nam- 
ed in te captwn h&red, are un- 
Imam, ato».diM dilligence upon 
the part d tiie complainant to as- 
ceKain w^ they may be and in 
vAflt TQcmSy or Cwpor^imi ttiey 
or ^y of them may re«le, all 
w^ut effect; it is ORDERED 
that the above named parties and 
any (^M* persons who are or may 
be interred in tiie subjM mat- 
Iff of flui cwse afipear«^|bki ta 
diQ^ atuff y ffl tfMW jfu n (k tius uroar 
mk 4o wtat is i^(»^ary to pro-' 
tect tb«ff mtor^s. 

And it is FURlfiBR ORDERED 
that this onkr be piAlii^ for 
four saicce^ive weeks in tie "Vir- 
ginia Beach &in," a n^iwspapeat 
pidsli^ed in tiie City of Virginia 
Beech, Virginia, and that a copy 
o^^^his ordta be po^ed <»i tiie Iwt 
tetin board of ttie Circuit Court of 
the City d Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia. ^ 
A Copy— Teste 
JOHN V. FEMTRESS, Oerk 
By: Mia7 M. White, D.C 
K^^n and Kelkon, p. q. 
Board of Trade BuOding ' 
Norfoh, Viri^a 

10-2Mt 



Ykmti BMdi, VirgWa4 

RAimOLPH 3. MdKtNaiS. SR. 

SiAft ^atismre ^reet ,' 

Norfolk, Vtar^qb; 

ALMA pons 

WO Marib«^ Street 

norUOL, Virfbila; 
and the survtvbig spm^acs, tf 

any. next of kin., hei» at law, de- 
tcendairts ef, mil tOl d^ per- 
KMM havfaig an tnterat 'n the 
rnnatai of WILUAM I. GOD 
fREY, LOVffi ANNIE CrOD- 
PBBY, OSCAR anno: 0<«>. 
rtSY, ARTHUR R. McKlU^ 
ZnS, BENNY F. McK®BnE, 
ua d my etiiw paraois bunea 
in tiie poftioB of LONDON" 
BRIDGE BAPTIST CHUHCH 
CEMETERY. VfciJtaia Beach. 
Virginia, ^Uk* lies witiiin tne 
ri^-of-way d State ffi^iway 
Route 44, tiw namea of wtuen 
persMis eic&pi tiirae njmi-<t 
above bdng unkiuwn, and are 
ber^ proceeded again^ ar 
"Parij e s ^ Jri mpw a." — — — 



D^endaats. 
Oiier ef PabNeaUeii 

Tlie object of ttiis suit is for tiw 
CQmplakiant to obtain pemiission 
from the Cin^t Court d tiie City 
d Virguia Beadi to dii^^er. re- 
move Ind reiser witii due cue 
and dectticy tiie roni^ d Wil- 
li«n L. Goitxy, Lovie Amiie God< 
frey, Oscar Ann» Goitrey, Artiwr 
R. McKoade and Benny F. Mc- 
Kfflzie, and any otber pwsisis teir- 
ied withta tiie pMHon of ttie Loor 
don Bridfe Aiptist 0nurch Cone- 
ta7 whk^ ia iuiliided In tiie ri^t 
of way of Stale ffl^way Route 44, 
Project 0044-134-101, Rw 201, s^ 
por^ of eemrtery b^ dwwn 
en Sieet S02-18 d ti^ Plans Ux 
said project; a copy ol wbkh Plio 
Sheet is attached to tiie Bill of 
Compliant filed in tids cause. 

Tlie djove parties are n»eby 
notified Aat tiie State Hii^i^r 
CommisaonK^ of Virginia will on 
Qie 30tii day of Nobember, 1965, 
at 9:00 a. RL, or as soon thereafter 



^ ymHei> CVwiiarrial t^Mrict s 
^ 3) flil 4 ^ Itemit to «r«t 
#4 bOiMi^ it foot by 4« toot 

m miM» PM^ ttmm 7i9 
^ aon or leas ott ^ lait skle 
d Nwtiian^ton Boulevard, a depti 
of mt ^ ateS ^ Sei^em 
pnptrtr tee (Mrlob an# Soutiv 
vn Rrdboad right of way). A 
coi^l^cd (tetany of 831 feet more 
M> tois aloi^ the EaMem proper- 
ty Hne. ftiyiAle Bmdi^. 

m. Apf^cation d E. C. Wonapk 
for a dian^ d zonbig from Iim- 
tted Conm^ial District I (C-L l) 
to G«eral InckutHiil District l ( M- 
I 1) on certain property frimUnR 
a.S4 feet «i tiie NorQi side of 
likarthnapton Boulevard, a depth 
of 771.81 feet akmg Uie Astern 
^pertv line (oroperty now or for- 
merly Edgar Herrta«K a widtn ot 
009,93 feet ahwig tiie Nw^em prop- 
&iy lire, 'and a comWaed rteoth 
d 106O.» feet aloni? tW Western 
prroerty line. Bayside Bohwgh. 

IV. Application of Mtltpro Tnror- 
perated by Kellam awl Kellati, At- 
tc^mys, tor a change of zoning 
mm RMaagice SuBSfBan IMricl 
4 (R-S 4) to General C«nroerci»l 



% LiSAL Moncw 



pistrict 1 (C-G 1) d c«1ajn !»op. 
«ty fttmting 200 feet on ti^ Soubi 
sk)e of Store Drive beginning at 
a point 332.81 feet Ea^ of (I««h 
wdl Road, a deptii of 180 feet 
akmg tiie Eastern and Western 
fgopaiy line, and a wkkh ot 200 
feet along «» Soutiiem property 
lllie. Bayside Bonm^. 

V. AppUcaUwi d Lance Realty 
Company, Incorpcrt^ed, for a Use 
Pemdt to qierate a us^ c»r 
sales on c«iata prop«ty frontuig 
130 feet on tiie S<wtii side ol Vir- 
^nia Beach Boulevard oeginning 
at a noint ll28.1il feet West ot 
Wkchduck Road, a depth of 200 
feet along ^e Ea^ra and West- 
em property line, and a wiou) ot 
130 feet along Uie StHitiioti prop- 
erty line. Bayside B(»tiu^. 

VI. Application of Horace A. 
Culpei^;)^ and William A. McPher- 
son f«r a Use Permk to operate a 
gaadine supply station on certa'n 



as counsd mw h^ h*^'*' »rH»v* | property fwmfing 204.1» feet on the 



VIRGINIA: 

In tiie Clerk's office of tiie Gr- 
cuit Owrt of Uie City of Vir^nla 
Beach on tiie 27tii day of (^t^b&r. 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION- 
ER OF VIRGINIA, 
Onnplainant 

V. 

VXROOi ^. (^AFFEE 
107 Sk)i^'im:faduck Road 
Virginia Beadi, Virginia; 
ANNIE M^HBATH 
123 Soutii Witchduck Road 
Vii^inia Beadi. Virginia; 
FANNIE I^OTH aikl 

EajJAH mxym 

123 South WitdKkick Road 

Virginia B^ich, Virginia; 

ELIZAB^M JACKSON and 

MILTOS JACI^N 

119 SouUi Witchduck Road, 

Virynia Be^B, Virginia; 

S.ARAH F. H.\RRiS. 

IffiRMAN W.' FRANKLIN, 

MARIA E. BUTTS, 

WILLIAM F(SRSES, 

SUSAN BH^tON, 
and if they y dead, th«j; suryw- 
ing ^xwses, teirs at l^W* n@ct 
d k'inv descei^aat& d, and ^1 

1 otter po-sons Jtaviag an intei^ 
ip the r«nains d 

DAVOD mam, mary emm, 

sMrm 




VIRGINU: 

In the Clerk's c^ice of the Cir- 
cuit Court of tiie City of Virginia 
Beach on the 27tii «^ of Octoba-. 

vm. . 

STATE HIGHWAY OOMM^IDM- 
ER of VaiQ:tfaA, 
C«npbun«* 

V. 

GEORGE BROWN, JOE BdUa. 
DEN and MARVIN TOWE. 
TRUSTEES OF LONDON 
BRIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH, 
c/o George Brown 
2460 P«^r Road 
Virnfmia ieadi, Virginia: 

J(^ b. GOtTREY 

41$ 23rd Street 

VkjWa Be«A, Virginia; 

N. B, GODf^Y, JR. 

Gnat NMk Road 

Vir^aia Bea^. Virginia; 

WILLIAM b. GODFREY 

First Oolonial Roa^ 

Virgiaia. Be^h, Vlr^a; 

A. 0. GODFRi^ 

GrecA Neck Road 

Vterfnla Be«A. VkriNa; 

liOIS. F. C. CAH'ER 

(^t Nedc Ro^ 

Virginia Beach. Virginia; 

MRS. ROY JACKSON 

413 23rd Street 

Virginia Beach, Virginia; 

MARGARET BURGESS 

2S66 Virginia Beach Bmilevarrt 

Virginia Beach, ^rgiiria; 

MARY E. WARD 

^Irt^treet 

Virgwi^ B»a(^ Vffgmla: 

IitNWCKDD I . BfcKEiaE 

eoai^ ^^ 
Virginia B(|fch, Vn^inia: 
WILLIAM t. McKENZlE 
S916 Curlew Wve 
Nn^olk. Virgiiya: 
BENJi^IN L. McKENZIE 

m ^ Q^m Sua 



the .hidge of ttie Oradt Gomt of 
the City d Virginia oodcti, ai, u^ 
Courthouse thtt^, fur an Order 
poinitting the removal of said re- 
mains and the rejntenncsit d the 
same In a si^talde c^naltory or 
repoatttHies. 

Affidavit having been ma<fe that 
ttie nam^ anl adifa^SE^ d tiK 
surviving spoi^. U apy, next <^ 
kin, heirs at law, desc^ants of, 
and aU dher persons having an 
mtovst in the remains d the per- 
sons buried in tiie por^m of the 
cemetery above mentioned, except 
tiie defenctenta named in the cap- 
tion hered s^e wtymovn. ^ter due 
diUgenoe t^tm the part d the com- 
plainant to »c«taia who tiiey may 
be and in what Cminty w C^por- 
ation they or any of them may re- 
dde. «y witbout tMe(A; it is OR* 
mSI^D ttiat tile alWe nanwd par- 
ties and my oti»r poisons who are 
(H* may be int«^a^ ui the wdy 
ject matte- of this cause appear 
within tra days aft«- pubrication of 
tills Order and do what is hecra- 
aary to prded tiieir iirta«sts. 

And H is FURTtSat 0!U>ERBD 
ttiat tills Order be published for 
four aiccessive weeks intije "Va-- 
glnia Be£«h ^m," a newqjap^ 
INi>li^d in flie City ofVij^faila 
Beadi. Virginia, an^ tiiat a: co^ 
of tills ord^ be p<»te^ on the bul- 
letin Tboard of ttie Circuit Court of 
tile aty of Virginia Beach, Vfr- 
ginia. 

AQipy— Teste: 

J0K9 V. FENTRESS, Oeric 

By: Mary M White, D.C. 
KeSma and Kellam, p. q. 
Board d Trade Building 
Norfolk, Virgtaia * 

l»28-4t 



mmcE 

Virginia: 

Hie tegular meeting d tiie Coun- 
dl of tiie City of Vkginia Reach 
will be heW in tiie Circuit Court 
(Ml Bfoodi^, Nbvemb«- ft, 1965 at 
* o'ckick p.m. at which tinie per- 
sons wUr be heard tor and agaliBt 
the foUowttig pre^p(»ed chains of 
Hming; use pernuts, etc.: 

1 Ai^aMn of Oty of Norfolk 
by Jdm C. Ls^Ws, Attorney for 
a dkamtinoance, ckwure. and 
abanik»mait of a portun of the 

V^^> ivee^ 6^ t^ Vic^ 
^y^- Beach '^ NorfotK Cit^ Urn 

(^l^aMwell Avemie ffMi^ tl?e Vir- 
^Beadi rf^ftoA^ Oly iinp 
Ea^wifrd^ to* ite twro- 

AswaUft. tout the Vir 

andNo^(^.lf^^ 

Ea^ardly to its t^p^ 




North sWe of Provklence Roal be- 
ginntaig at a point ^.23 feet West 
of Woodstock Road, a dfcptn ot 
244.65 feet ak>n« the We^ra prop- 
er^ line, a width d 20O feet along 
the Nwtto-n property Um, an3" a 
deptii (rf 200 feet along thk East- 
ern iMt^ierty line. B^{sville Bor- 
ough. 

VII. AppUcatim d Horace A. 
Culpepper and William A. Mcl^er- 
son for a chanee of zoning from 
Bfs^aoee Suburban District 3 (R- 
S 3) ^ (seneral Comoesrcial Dis- 
trict 1 (C-G 1> of certain pronerty 
froigia« 20i99 feet on tiie N'orih 
skie d Providence Road tiet^innins 
^ a point 454.23 feet West ut 
Wooditock Road, o dectii of 244.65 
feet ah»g flie Westam ' property 
line, a idAh <^ 200 feet aking Uie 
iNbrthfflTi pronerty Um. and a 
deptii of MO fe^ along the East- 
em (Ht^serty line. Konpsville Bor- 

01^ 

vni. Af>nlk:ation of .Bd-Aire 
MotM^ Inoorpor^d f(x a Use 
Permit to operate a used cRr sales 
on c«1ahi oropeitv tocateo'^ t!ic 
Soutiiwest intersection 61 Virginia 
Beadi B(Hilevard ami Matt Lane, 
fronting 200 fe^ on tbe South side 
of Vh-ginia Beach BoiSevard, iront- 
hw( ISO feet on tt<e West »d^ e|f 
Matt Lane, a widtii of 200 fi°.et 
ak»% the Soutiiem ixtiperty linr, 
and a depth ctf ISO f e^ along Uie 
Weston property line. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

IX. AoolicaUon of PhilUos P*-- 
troleum Company by.J. Peter Hol- 
land III, AttMTiev for a diange 
of zoning frwn Resldaice Subur- 
ban, Dii^d 4 (R-S 4 J to Ben^ral 
Cfflnmercial Distinct 3 (C-G 3> 
and a Use Permit to c^mfe a 
gasoline supply station mi Lots M 
and 13 of Wratmoreland Estate:^. 
S^oitog 150 feet OT tiie West side 
of R««aiiont Road, a*^ depUi ot 110 
feet alo^ the No-tb^ti and South- 
em prop«^ lines, and a wUth 
of ,190 feet along the Eastern prop- 
«rty line. Lynnhavei Borou^. 

X. A^lication of Tliomas N. 
Wood t<3f a diange bf »ming from 
Resldaice Stdiurban Dustru^ 3 CR- 
S 3) to Multiple Family Residence 
District (R-M) d certain property 
located at the NorttevMit IMsrsec- 
tioja of Eqr^ Avenue, ^d' SkXitl}- 
ers BoiMm^ frontii^ S3S.7 Icet 
m ^ liiillll ^ of Sqifiem Bn^ 
l^vard. fn^iw 2^ ft(i|t on fi^ 
Vf&t si(te of ^f^a /^venue. A 
comSiaed' dstan^e <^ S04.7 ie<|t 
along tiie Western property line, 
a combii|Ed 'distance of '662.7 tee^ 
^Igi^ tiws I^orth|ni p||Merty Une, 
C<y^|iii^g Tacf^. j^nnfmvea 



1& foot ri^ d 

bmag unlpmpeAj ki thp 

Farm area^, (MiM #- 

le CwnmissMm). Bay- 

d P^phtree Cor- 
l^ete^l^nand IH,* 







Boroiip. 

■^ ^l^l^on 'of Peti-oleum 

Si^me^&amM^ (^^land Lay- 

toi, ^^raey for a cl^qge ot 70iv 

ing from l^u^Con^ciai Di|» 

trict J ((?-t Vxo (aSftral Copl" 

merdi Wifekt 3 K^is 3) and a 

ir«l' FiWTii|ta eperal^ a gasolin| 

oa, Qomn pr®!«:ty frout- 

^ m on tiifS^ side 

^adi l^pvard ^ 

4^, m^^ «»»« 




<M> le« EMt of Londin Bnd^ 
CreA. a dej>tb d Ttts -m i¥m 
ttie W^«Ti ,|ffop«ty line, a wfltti 
of SOe.'^ fe^ almg the Swthov 
merty Une, md >» depth oti 
ISiM f^ alMi flie Easton [^^ 

Xa. Apiie^loci d Jdrt^MD 
Prt^wmal Inrt^bition IneOrporatp 
ed hy TtcmM C. Broyiw. Aifcl^ 
n^ fv a UM Feraatt to op«*a«e 
a iwivrte mkid m c«rtata prop- 
erty froitog S47.7 feet on M\> 
NWh side of Oriole Drive b«^ 
Hj fjg i^ a p<Mit €77.27 1^ North 
of LaAin Rfwd (around OiToic 
Drive), fitevliig a depft d W tcet 
i^Mig the WMt^ti properiv line, 
a combined dMnK% of 251.» te^ 
akmg tiie i^rthera iMWpwtv Hne, 
1^ a combined dtstaMe d W » 
foet al«3g the Eastern T»t>oeity 
line. CoirtainiiK? 3.14 acres. Lyrnv- 
h»m Boioii^. 

XIII. A||*icatkm of Midway to- 
veetroeiit Oni|>an y by ^^toi^ 
Xaytffli, AtUlCiiW for a chAigi d 
j«^ frao RceldeM^e Diqile^ 
TSS& 1 '^K^ 1^ ^ Se»rai 
Oimsiiftial Iristrid 3 (C-G 3) and 
a V4 feniA to opertit a gaso- 
Ifaie iwpply statton on certain prop- 
erty froirting 230 feet on tiie West 
sk!e d South Lymhavei Road. .<i 
deptii (tf S41 feet mwe or lea alwig 
ttie Soatiiem i»operty Itae, and a 
^xinA>M diatanoe of m teel 
along ttie ^fortilem and Western 
property Une (London Bridge 
Credc). Lymhaven Qcvou^. 

XIV. AppUcatkm d Virginia 

Eledric and Power Company tor 

a diange of anh^ from Ltawed 

Coirentf^ial Distrid 1 (C-L 1) to 

General Commercial Dteti^ct 1 tC- 

G 1) and a Use P&mi tor wt- 

side itorage on certein pn^wrty 

frodting 548 feet on tile West side 

of First Cokmial Road be^mtng 

at a pbhit 1070 feet more or tess 

Soi^ of LaaUn Road, a depth d 

500 feet almg the Nortiwra and 

Soutiwjti prqwty Itae, and a 

wldtti of 545 feet along Oie Western 

propoty line. Containhig S.7 acres. 

Lynitfiaven BmxMgh. 

XV. Ap^lM^kMi d Shdl Oil Ccwi- 
pany by Kellam and Kdlmn. At- 
tom^s, for a Use Pwmtt to q?er- 
ate a gasoline msppty ^itkm on 
c«lain px^iwty located at the 
Nwtiiea^ taterMdion of Plsoa 
Trail and &)^ Roswnw* Road, 
frwiting 201.22 feet Ai Ae Ea^ 
^de of Sdufii RoMsnont Road, 
fronting 245.12 feet on Oie North 
^de of l^aza TVail, frotfingHO 
feet on tiie West tfde of Wavefly 
Drive, and frwiting 224.15 feet «i 
the Soutii side of Victory Drive. 
Lvnnhavai Borou^. 

XVI. Application of SheU Oil 
Cwnpany by Kellam and luUam, 
Attorneys, for a Use PermH to 00- 
^-ate a gasoline supply rt^on oa 
certain prqp^ty' tocated at the 
S(Krthwei^ int^wdion of &>uUi 
Lym^ven Road imd Silina Drive, 
fronhig 185 fe^ on the West side 
of Smith Lynnhavoi lto%d, fronting 
177.37 fe^ on the Soiul side of 
SiUna Drive, a depth ot 175 fee? 
along the We^ra property lliw, 
and a widtii of 1T?.37 feet atong 
the Soutiiem property toff. Lynn- 
havwi Bcnwi^. 

XVII. Applic^on of J. D. Mur- 
(i^ ^ a change d zoning trwi 
Resuience Suburban District 3 (R- 
S*3) to Limited Commercial Dis- 
trict 1 iOh l> oH owtaio pwjjjjerty 
located on the West end of Poynei- 
haste, a ounbined distance ot 
etas feet akng tiw Northern, 
property line, a cBstance of 508.40 
foet along tiM W^rn property 
line, a distance of 599.$ teet along 
$e Souti^n {HToperty une, and a 
combhfeiJ ,«fo*ance ot 315.74 feet 
aM^the Eastern {Mroperty line. 
Omtaiiui^ 5 acres flBore or iesF, 
Lynnhaven l^roui^ 

XVni. Ai^aUon of North Bay 
DevekipnTMot C«i»ratiOQ for a Use 
Permit to erect two 16 foot by 12 
foot biUboanfe <»i certain property 
OT tiie Sou^A side of SaniS{ri(^ 
%ad. (km ago to be kicaf*^ me 
quarter mile West of Saa^lTJIu^er 
Read, the other sign to bs locat^ 
ti)ree<|uarters d a mUe West of 
SftOEykkUer Ro^. Princes Anoe 
Boroui^. 

XK. A^lic^on of George »il- 
stoad for a change of Kpini trcm 
Reskienc^ Duohx ptstrid 1 (R-D 
1) to Multiole^aniBjr Reaifeac-^ 
Disti-wt (B-M) and a Use P«jrniit 
to cor^triict 60 apartment units oi| 
certoim propery fronting 4S5 fei^t 
4^ the SouOi side of Gutm H«ai 
brive, beginning at a point 212 
feet rawe or less East of Oceaoa 
Bwlevard, a deptii ot 230 leet 
more m less along the Western 
property Une, a width of 387 feet 
nioQi Cf l^s along the Soathem 
property Ime. a depb of SZ^^eet 
rowe or less along the Easitfh 
property line. Containing 3 acri^ 
nxire or l^s. Princess Anne Bor- 

XX. Apjrfteatwn of T. Roy Jar- 

%$^ ^^ IflNwias C. Bro^leg, At- 
tend lor 1 etoige of zonit^ froilA 
One>Family Refiideoce DuKriot (R* 




1) i» lOtipic Fnrir 
iy9tri(« (^} tf 

ftoBlfav M HH OB M V<[* 0m 
d Padfic AvemNi be0ada$ M • 
pmnt ffi feet rforth d Mb Stnel 
(1MnM>. • deptt C'iA letl 
Mtam the Norttifv mi k^hen 
pfCfierty Ita& nd a «Mtti d m 
iMt Oam «e Wc^an l^np«^ 
lim. Vbigiihi Bmm^ Wmi^. 

%XI A|^d(^|ikii ol OHfi lim- 
ited for a Ute P«irit y «Brtn«t 
a SO unit mdd on cflriiia fi'opS'- 
ty locatod d tiM Ncflipipl M«^ 
secKMi d Padfie Mi^ itTtsm 
Stred frodfag M0 Mt awe or 
leas m the W«it siae>l Pacific 
Avmie, fronting ISO feit nm or 
»««s. on the i^Nlh s<*i ^ W^ 
Stred a combtaed ^taM d 290 
feet rfong the North«« •wperty 
line, and a width of S» ^ a^ong 
tbe Western prwerty U^. Vir- 
ginia Beach BcMrouf^ 

XXII. ApoUcation ol Un.'S. 3. 
Ancbrwin im a ehanra of zMimg 

to Moteiat^ Dl^kA (M) and 
a Use PemA ^ coBStrud % 7 unit 
motd OT oer^fa prop^ W^ted 
at tiie# Soutiieait l»teweti» of 
Pacific Avemie and frth Sbreet, 
fronting 140 feet on tiie F^st die 
of Pactfic Avame, frontimj 87.3 
feet on tiie Soutii S3e-1ff 2f7Ui 
SMil^ A w^tii d 140 fe«* akng 
tiie EMtem fffop«ty luie. Md a 
deptii of 67.5 feet akmg Oie Souttv 
em property line iWh Street). 
Yk^a BraiA BwtMi^. 
'xxm. AppUca(tkm of W. B. S. 
Grandy f<w a dia^e ol siiiii* 
from One-Family Residence Dis- 
trict (R-1) to Muklple Family R«a- 
dence IMstrict (R-3) and a Uee 
I^rmit to conatrod 7J nwteiei* 
muts on cfftafai prt^»«ty fronting 
VS&M feet on ttie Nwtti "S3fe of 
Hillop Road, b^rfiming at a pdvi 
380 feet West of Pwific Avefwe. 
A amJamed distam»'d 288.5 T«t 
1^ the Western pn^o^ ^. a 
condoned (Uatance d 378 IS^ flMre 
or less almg tite NorttMm ^tvpee* 
ty line, wid a combin«J ^Kstanee 
of ^.72 feet alone tiie %mu^n 
pitperty Itae. VIrginta Beadi Bw- 
oufdi. 

' XXiV. Applteation of Sotiad 
ShcH-M Assets Lanited tor a diaiii^ 
of mning from R^aO ftiwiesa Dis- 
tr^ (B-1) to Motet-Hotel V^tmA 
(M-H) and a Ito ^aitti^ to con- 
^ru(^ 64 untt tsidA m eut^ 
iwopoty Joeatad ^ tt« talpr:^ 
tkm of Atimtte Avenue a nd Ge& - 
«ral Duslli (BtRiivv^ ffoefiig 
28?.% fed <m tte #Mt Mn of M- 
lantic Avoiue. fronftb^ 95J ^ 
on tile East ^ of General BooUi 
Boulevard, and a condttaed di»> 
t«k» of 1«7.3 feet akne tbe South- 
em prop^ty Itae. (Said pafieel 
beine triangulv m diape.) 
JOHN V. FENTRESS. G^ Qtist 
By: Margaret M. Hood. D.C. 



NnT»ri TO TWE/PtflBJC 

NOTKE IS HERl^V ^«N 

that pursuant to S»Ktat» 9-1^ 
28-128 and 28-127 of ttMi Qxte d 
Vhrgmla the Commiscnin d Gam 
and Inland Fisheri^ oil October 
Ifi. 196S adonted ttie tdtowing 
diange in its Regul^UM. 

Amended RegulatiOT 7 (a) to 
read as follows: 

7 (a) It shall be imlawM to taittt 
with a dog «■ to have In, p(»s««pm 
a strung bow, or a gun wfa^ iS 
nKA M^oac^ mA cased at dm- 
ra^tied, in tiie Natkwai ^m^ 
and on CmnmissOT owii^ 1%^ 
Kcept during tiw per^ ^wn 
authorized, s^sms iqre ta jAeet 
for hunti^ ot tiiese ar^ (v ^ 
permit issued by tht IgMpAaiM. 

Tliig d^>Jl become iJM^rf Kb- 
vember 1$; 1985. " 

CCXtfMISSlON (Mr ^E A!4D 

n^^AND Ti^mmi 

E. C. N^l», Ckaiii^ 

NOTICE OF PUBUC WEARING 

tbe Virginia Beach, Zomng 
Board d AJipeals ^iU cooduet • 
Ribflc Heaiins 00 1fH>w> No* 
v^dser 1. WH, at 9 fJpPta fba 
Muokapal Court Buflvtg at City 
^pS, i^incess Anne Stabo^, Vlr^ 
Kinia l^ach. Virginia. Hie foUow* 
ing i^pllcatwns trill appefir on 
the i^enda. 

Case I. Abaci Gw <;H||fas iwiesi 
a variance of ) feet Irom reqalrtd 
6 feet to 4 feet on f!& sat, back 
k Lot 13. BQt. U. Section % d 
Cape Henry. Lynnhaven Bprouih. 

Case a Clari^'Mehai V8n>. 
requ^t a variance of 1, toot 
from required 8 feet to 5 teeti An 
botii sides of Lot 21 and 2 jeet 
frooi mqjiired, 8 feet to 4, ff^ on 
west side of' Lot 30. Blk. 5. Sec- 
tion 14. P. A.'?laza. P. A. ^ough. 

Case m. S. H.'i%iri!» ilji^ 
a variance of M ftiWM^ 
30 fiitt ta mim^.%, rear eC Lot 
77 ft ^ o^%Sictia|.B, C^Uer 

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Amiqm Talimmi Omnges Hands 




fUn. Bern*' Kay lyoai (rt^) " cJUzen of Denmark and the wife 
ef Commander Kenneth H. Lyws. presents an antique piece ti 
amber, from the beachea of Denmark, to Mr^ Wyanetta Macon 
(Wl) wife of Commander Benjamin H. Macon. The Danish helrlpom 
«^ich Mrs. LyoiK found on the beach when Ae iwM tidrteea yeart 
old served as her good tuck charm during fier husband's latest tour 
ef duty. The taHs:nan was passed along daring the formal r«c«n»tloa 
to Commaadn- and Mrs. Macon at tlw B*eeiy Pirfnt Offlcera Club. 
Commander Macon relieved Commander Lyons as Commander 
Carrier Antlsubmarhie Ah- Group FIftySfat /artter this month. 

<Offletal US, Ndvy photo) 



LEAGUE RESULTS 



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*tea!ns remain unbeaten in Midget 
"A" divBion as the seaswi enters 
ti)e thM two^ weeks. 

T!)e Virghira BeoA Mariners 
won their fifth vfctorj of the sea- 
109 to Diviacn "A" witii i S-7 
rout of the Plaza CoHs. 

T)» R«ns from the Beach also 
r^nained mnJefeated by beating 
the Thowbreds 20-13. The Rams 
have a tie <n tlwir record and are 
secdod in the stoidlap. 

Tlw Ki^ Court team won its 
first gane of ibe ^son after four 
stra^ k»MS t^ defeats^ tte 
OMi^iake Omtfse* ^• 

Hie yrt||«r Hmka debited 
the Woodstock Raim in Mklget 
"B""«Hiq>etit:on by a score d 14- 

The Plaza Chai^ers d^eated 
Ck^wUirase IM in "B" division 
play and are now tied for second 
|d^ A the divisional ratings. 

The Grewfffidh llgers ^^iped 
ttte KempsviUe Cardinals 41-0 iii 
a noo-tei^ne contest. 

b 10^ e^t^nan play the 
ItemisviUe Eagles roll^ over th<; 
Larkspur Larks &4. 

Hie Virginia ^«3i Trojans woi 
in a ti^ d^enslve duel with Uie 
Baylidce Raiders by a score' of 



The PlaM Red DevUs 
the Kinp Court Vikings 2»-19. 

Ln the Aragona-P«nbroke eight- 
man league, tte Kings routed the 
Pcn'.es 25-7 Old tlw Colts defeated 
the QAras 2(W. ^ 

Tht Packers stopped te C««- 
Uers 144J. 

In a tough battle the Panthers 
won over the Rjyals 7^0. 

In the Internr^ate Le^^ue, the 
Keiqisville Fakxms ronained un- 
biaten when they defeated the up- 
set minded Aragqjia Vikix^ 7-6. 
The Fskxm are 64 In* the a^ttm 
and the only undefeated team in 
ttK Ii^nnediate Lei^ue. It was 
the second kiss f<u- ^ Vikings. 

The Oceana Bears ran into a 
hot Plaza Redskin team and came 
away wift a 124 victory. 

Tlie Greenwich Wermediates 
diow^ a powertiouse when tlwy 
blasted the Thalia team 51-0. 

The Kings Gi^ teeon dde^ed 
the Woodstock Mms 14-7. 

Action in ttie j|anior league saw 
the Aragfflia (3oJte ridk up victwy 
number 5i» with a 2^0 wm over 
Greenwich. 

TTw Plaza Eagles hit Ae win 
column for the first time this sea- 
son wiUi a 15-0 victory over Tljalia. 




Bum ANMoiMiciiirri 



Mr. and Mrs. Jwry Wayiw Sni- 
der announce the biitt ctf their 
second child, first swi, Schoyier 
Wayne, on Oct. 2 to Lei^ Mano- 
rial H(Mpit|I. .Mrs. Snido" is the 
fonoer Miss Phyllis Lewis, daugh- 
ter of Mr arkT Mrs. J. G. Lewis 
of Chesapeake. Mr. Snida* h the 
son of Mr. ami Mrs. Ctevid L. 

SnUa* <tf Lextogton. N.C. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Bunn Ir. 
of Virginia Beach announcs {he 
birth <rf tl^ir third child, fir^ 
dau^to*, Theresa Elizab^h, <m 
Ort. »« In Leieh Memorial HosdI- 
tal. Mrs. Bunn is the forma- Migs 
Elwabeth Ethel Kovacs, da"i?hter 
o^ Mr and Mr*. Charles Kovacs 

of Virginia Beach. 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. Rob«^ D. Wilfon 
Jr. 'annmjnce the birth of a dauffh- 
tw, J«»pifCT Sue (Ml Octo*>er 19 
at tile General Ho<n^ital of Vir- 
pfiila "Beach; TOTfs. WITsoii "^sTHe 



Vir^iia BMch, aanoinoe ttie bbtii 
or tinir firrt dilU. a son. Mn 
&niud, on Oct. 6 to the U.S. Naval 
Ifoapital. Pottenoidh. Mre. Pvod 
is the fwmer Miss Caroi Evc^ 
Nye, dwi^iter of Col. and Un. 
D. B. Nye of Kihnamock. Lt. Pa. 
rod Is tfie aoD of Mrs. Ethd Parod 
WalMn of Rodfc'ord, lU, and the 
late EvM- C. Parod. 



Wed 50 Years 



Qd. and Mre. Paul D. Straguid 
aimounce the birth d their first 
dilld. a dai«bter, (^mthia Ann, on 
Oct. 1 to the U.S. Naval Hosplta' 
Portsmouth. Mrs. Stragand is tii- 
^imer Mias S^iaron Lorraine 0- 
Iwibrand, dau0>ter dl Cn^dr, md 
Mrs. rt. E. EUeilrand of Vii^inia 
Beach. Opl Stragand is the r^n e' 
Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Stragaj.d of 
Durham, N.C. 



former Miss Rob»ta Sua RoM(HI 

<rf C3jarlottesviIl«r^ -^^-^ 

o; ' • • 

Mr. mA Ifrs. Donald Robert 
Trumlle of Virginia Beach an- 
nounce tlM birth of thdr firrt 
child, a daughter. Audrev Shep- 
p«d. on Oct. 17 in Norfolk G«^ 
era! n»DttaI. Mrs. IVundle is ttie 
former Miss Elizabeth Herb«t 
Pender, dau^ter of Mr. an d Mr* . 
William C. Pender, <rf \**Trife 
Beach. Mr. Trund'e Is t^e son d 
the late Mr. and Mrs. Aur<vJ Gra- 
ham Trundle of Atlanta, C!a. 



Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ray AdMr 
annoimce tiie Wrth (rf thdr firat 
chlU, a dai^Mer, Sharon Kay, <» 
Oet. 10 to Norfolk General Va^ 
tal. Mrs. AiMey is the former Miss 
Darlene Bryan, darter (rf Mrs. 
Clara Bryan of Norfolk Md the 
late ftesh Bryan. Mr. Ashley is the 
son (tf Mr. and Mrs. Itoace Pory 
AaWey of Noifett. 



Mr. m& Mrs. Russell L. h-ey 
announce ttie birth of their second 
(Aild, firet dauditer, Kamala 
Raye, m Oct. 14 to Norfolk G«>- 
eral Hosoital. Mrs. Ivey 's the 
former Miss Nancv Hanke, dai»»t»- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rave Hardee 
of Chiefland, Fla. Mr. Ivey is the 
wsa (rf Mrs. George Ivev of M(»- 
toe. Ga., and the late Mr. Ivey. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Ray 
Jr. announce the birth of th«r first 
child, a sxfii, Fredwick Oiamher- 
iflin TH. on Oct. 19 in D»Pftal 
Hospital. Mrs. Ray Is tte former 
Miss Julia Andrews Worth, daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Venadl^ 
Worth Jr. of Raleigh, N.C. Mr. 
Rav is the s(Mi of Capt. Frederick 
C. Ray, Ua^ fret.), and Mrs. lUqr 

Lt. Jbta D. Parod, Mectical 
Corps, USNR. and Mrs. Parod of 



Mr. fflid Un. Sanley Letmard Jr. 
announce the birtfi of their fourth 
(AUd, first (iau^^r, Anne CarroB, 
(Ml Sept. 30 in the General Hospital 
of VirgWa Bfeach. Mrs. Leonaid is 
the fewer Miss Vema Bnyvrai, 
daughter of Mr. and BIrs. George 
S. Brown of Oceana. Mr. Leonard 
is the 8(m (rf Mr. and Mrs. Stanley 
Leonard of Pwtatxxith. 





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Women Voters 



VIRGTOIA BEa(3H— "nie open- 
ing of the monthly meetings of 
the Day Unit of the Virginiaj 
Beach brant* c< the Norfolk-Vir- 
ginia Beadi League of W<3men 
Voters was l^ receirfly at Ead 
em Shore Chatel with Mrs. tbtaa- 
as Deason, (jainnan, pre^<Hi^ 

Mrs. R. M. Engl*. Norfolk unit 
fiscal (Jiairman, preserifced tiie few 
mato topics of the lecture <fisci»- 
stonal program, which were 'The 
Deveki{»nent of Human Capital 
Throu^ Educati<Hi df tiie 80 
States"; "The Abilitv and Effort 
to Finance Public Scdxwls"; and 
"The »ate Tax« and PiAlk: 
&*ool Revenues." 

the over-all sales tax for Vir- 
^a was disdissed as the I^i^ue 
will lat^ aead a recoinmenlatior| 
on that point to tiie Geiwral As- 
senMy to Richmond. 

Mrs. John Cile, nwribfflrship 
(^nnan, announced ^ nevr 
maribers. They are Mrs. lUissell 

B. Davis, Mre. diaries Fulter, 
Mrs..Roger Gray, -Mrs. Jweph 
Ldaer, Mre. Laura T^fcer, and 
Mrs. J. W. Vtoer. Jfiss Orville 
Hanwood was a gue^. 

The Day Iteit meets' ev«7 
fourth Tuesday at Eastern Shore 
Oiapel from 10 a.m. to noonl: 
and tiie Night Unit every/ikul 
Ihuiaday ni^ at nwmben himies 
at 8 pjn./ I 

Mrs. Richard Van Tflburg to 
tfie nif^ (jiaifman, Mrs. Roliert! 

C. Nuabmm of NorfoAc is tiie gen-) 
^al cifidrman, and Mrs. John M. 
Co(^an Jr. is vke diaini»n. 



Lt. Jota B. Hancock. USN, and 
Mrs. Hancodt announce ttie birtii 
(rf their first cbiW, a son, Jofai 
Wedev. Oct. 11 to DePauI Hospi- 
tal. Mrs. Hancock 'is tiie former 
Miss Cecelia Wikai, daughter of 
Mrs. J. R. Moore and tiie late T. 
H. Wilson. U. Hancock is tiie sdn 
(rf Mr. ami Mrs. F. L, Hancock of 



m. Md Mr*. Louis D. Walters, Ule4ai«'reiideBts of Pungo and 
fetiaer Piiteas Anne County, wcve hoaered witii a family dinner 
party aad recepMon m theh- GoUen Weddti^ Anniveraary last Sun- 
day, at the hame of their M»lB4aw aad daoghter, Mr. and Mrs. 
Wtfter L. Taykw oi 216 N. Lyi^uven Road. Their otha- two daugh- 
ter, Mm. J. J. Wttte^bwg <rf KaUua, HawaU. aad Mrs. Philip R. 
JflOM of Ft. Lewis. WatridBgtOB, were not aUe to be |»eseiit. but 
the fraaddaoghters (daughters ef Mr. and Mrs. Taylor), Mrs. W. 
ItevM Barlaw aad Mrs. Foster J. BoltOB of Virginia Beach, were' 
present witti the greatf raodsons, Kevin and Gary Bariow and Kerry 
BdioB. 

Mn. Walters was the former LOUe Jaaies di Princess Aoiie County. 



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KEEP KIDS HAPPY. 
WHEIfSICK 



NEW YORK. N. Y. (WMNS) ^ 
Witii tiie sniffle season almost 
upon us. ywmgrters may have 
to be kept home fi-om school and 
offlfined to bed for a few days. 
Here are some tips ta help ke^ 
juntor happy and motiier's harves 
totact: 

• If medicine is prewacibod, eO- 
list tiie child's help to keeping 
track of wtei its due. Have him 
make a chart! with, a box soire, 
tiiat bidicates the schedule oi med- 
ication. L^ hfo man the almn 
clock. wWch serves as a c^mtod- 
er. This Wnd of involvement mav 
make him le^ resistant to medi- 
cation. 

• Ke^ his room neat and at- 
tractive, and agato oilist his help. 
Dressed in pajnnas, robe, and 
slippers, he mii^t arrange items 
on a bridfie table keot witlSn 
reach (rf his bed. If liquids are 
nrescribed, a themios of luice, a 
bottle (rf soda pop with opener, 
clean paper cuos. a oile of paper 
naoldns, could be keot on the 
table, a waRtenaoer ba«l:et neor 
it. He can th«i helo himself in- 
st^ (rf calline mcrf^er whene/<!r 
he wants a chink. The same table 
can hold a sdection of books, pen- 
cils, paper, a pair of sciss(»'3, two 
or three games, a deck of cards, 
a radto. CokslRg bo(dEs and cray- 
ons are helpful for a young ^lUd. 

• Motiier miitht set aside sevei^ 
al times a ddy for nlayfiig with 
the skddtog or readtog to hbn. 
9ie miidit haw a small supply (A 
inexpoisdve "mirprises" — gunes, 
jMzdes, panerbaeks — on bind to 
give hbn from thne to time. 





OMWW THE (L\NDiDAtES 



Mills I 



GODWIN, 




MILLS E. 

GODWIN.JR- 



ELECTIVE 
OFFICES 



LEGISLATIVE 
EXPERIENCE 



APPOINTIVE 
EXPERIENCE 
^ IN 
GOVERNMENT 



POLITICAL 
OUTLOOK 



UttfCsmiit GomtMr tliiM 1S62. Mmw- 
b«r of tht State SwMto af Virginia 
for iO n»n (19S219S2); MMiiMr «f 
tiM Viriinia Hottta af Dalaptaa tar 4 
jaan (1948-1952). 



IMM m lanwa ii tba Saaatt, 

bar af tiw Saaata Conwiitlaaa aa iFI- 
Mnca: Coartt.af imtica; WMfara: 
CoantiM, CWaa wtfi Taum*; and CIM- 
naa af (tennittM aa Fiik aad 



naeatiaa to 1954 awl 1»9: Paat 
Ckairman, Vtrgirit Momac Rivar 
Conuninian; HA Vtca-Chainnaa, Vir- 
iinia Conmrittiaii aa ContitutioMi 
fiovaraaiwtf; Hmm laaaibar, Vtrfinia 
Mviaaiy Laritlathia Caaadi and Ga«- 
arner't Buatirt Adviiory Committaa; 
Mamliar a( Capital Ranovatiea Cam- 
mission, 1962-64. 




Wlia QaMa la pmid af Virflnia'a 

Kst Ikaritaia and prasant protparity. 
I ia a nan wba plana akaad. Hia 
campaifn ia baaad aa a towid, laal- 
htie Pronam tar Prorata ta moM 
tnriinia nrrnrd la a»ary arat. Milla 
fioSwia affara Viriinia atlalnaMa 
laala, wfcieh ba frill cany aat in 
Ma adminiatratkHi. 



FRED C 

POLLARD 



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MOMYf 



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COa^lM. 




POLLARD 




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KOHIKI V 

BUTTON 



ELECTIVE 
OFFICES 



Mambar of tha VIrilnIa Itoaaa af Data- 
gataa tor 16 ywrs (19S0-1966); Oaan 
of iba Riebmond dala^tiaa aad &fc- 
at'a laidinf «Dta-|attar. 



LEGISLATIVE 
EXPERIENCE 



APPOINTIVE ^ 
EXPERIENCE 
/ IN 
GOVERNMENT 



POLITICAL 
OUTLOOK 



ELECTIVE 
OFFICES 



LEGISLATIVE 
EXPERIENCE 



APPOINTIVE 

EXPERIENCE IN 

GOVERNMENT 



POLITICAL* 
OUTLOOK 



Cliairmin, Canmiittao an Offieart and 
Officas at tha l^pHol; RanUnf aNm- 
bar, Apotopriatians and Caoaial Laws 
(^Rifflitiaa: Mambar, Cammittaaa on 
Edocation and Coofta of JatHca; Ori- 
giaatar af plan udar artildi malarity 
of Virginia la«fs btaa baan raniMd 
and fflodarnind la paat taa yaanr 



Mambar, Exaoitiw OoMmittaa, Jamaa* 
town Faandatian; Mambar, Capital 
Ranowation Cemmtaaloa, 1962-64; 
Viea-Cbairman, Viriinta Adviaoiy Lag- 
tsiatiaa Council Sri»-Committaa wbieb 
draftad naw IMfermCaMaareial 

Edocatiaa. vkn. 



Frad foltaid talta what to right aba«t 
tba Stita ba lomK tba tramandeaa 
incraata in acbaal land eollaga aa- 
panditwraa; tba tact that «a rank 
ind la t ba aaMon in nta of grw itb 
In parsonaf incaaia and taWHt in 
fata (rf onamplaynnnt. Rad Poltard 
waajw ta accalatita tliia gnat lacard 
af pngran* 



KQBEKX Y. 

Eormtf % mu% \ of VirglBia fsr. 4 



yaara (1962-19^; Mantar af ba 
State Sanata af Vii^ata tar 16 Mara 
(1946-1961). 



/ Past Chairman, Sanata 0>mmltlna of 
Walfara; Mombar ef Sanata Commit- 
tatt on Finanea; Ganaral Laws; Pri«- 
iiagas and EtacUont; and Courtiaa, 
Citias and Towns. 



Mambar and Past Onirmsn, Virginta 
Advisoiy Latfslatifa Council; Formar 
mambar ^ (>immission on Public 
Education and Commission on Poto- 
mac Rivar; Orltfnal manbar of Un 
Virginia Nreio Board. 



Robart Builaa te aroad af Iha Bia»i 
naa af WitfatoranAr aaceaiataa 
Dsmocntle aJ i JMiaUMU . Citing 
tba Stato'a ttm rt3l%|Br law and 
ontar in tboM fait-iMnS« timaa, 
ha faals "aa «ata ta Um nattao 
baa shewn grariar prograsa thm Vir- 
gial^ awd wa aau ta biap ft that 



HOLTON 



Nana. DalMrf tadca In 
Roanoka aa a RapuMlcan 
lominaa and aam m a 
]ta-in candldata far twa 
Hoasa of Datagataa. 



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Linwood Holton tabas tha 
nagativa appiaach. Ha 
lilws statistics which ai« 
anfavoraUa to Virginia, 
and ignoraa tboaa which 
show Viiginia as a laadat 
among tna^Mas^ Ha af- 
fara no ceftnmetiva pra- 
■ram. but saw ba ta a 
^'wild-spandibg young 
back," aagar to call a 
aaacial sassion aiqr tima 
nara ta any monay to 



CAIMHAN 



IMaatad In cow- 
last for Virginta Hoaaa ^ 
Satacatet ta 1963. 



VIncant Caltahan likas to 
call paopta aamaa. Ha 
lltos phraaaa Ilka "Caa> 
alM Clar from Dismd 
Ssmnm." Ita ralithos tha 
■afama, aw aa pi ng— aad 
antraa— ganaializattow. 
Ma anjaia paatas, Uha 
accasiiig tha DanMNnte 
af mawag taa tast and 
c tea lUH. aO ia 



ding taa i 
aamaaea. 



WARRINER 






Dorteh Warrinar had la 
ba tafcm to lasli hr Ma 
owB gubamaiorlal candl- 
data tar Ms irraspanttbl* 
attacks this summar aw 
tta IntHrity af tta 



idant ^ oao of tho ^Ma'a 
InmMrt instit«U0BS>«l 
higher taaming. 



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MfllsE. y FredG. # RobertY. 

GODWIN, .. / POLLARD / BUTTON 

foiGovmior / f or U. GqTonior / for Attwmey General 



^TlWdoGMitas |.W«lMnOoiwell 

Stats Can^fnManaser Stale CMnpaIgn Coordinator 

CiaaWH • POUAXD a tUTTON CAMPMGN i«MEX)UARTBtS 

■ itoomSTO* RichnxmdHc^ lttclMW»d,Vlr^rta • B»na««-19l» 

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